Academic Programs Grid

Use this grid to determine 1 or 2 courses that are specific to a major or of study. Fill your schedule with LC's or classes that interest you.

If you are interested in... ...Then consider these courses for fall semester.
Art Consider 1-2 of the following courses:
ARTS  101: Intro to Studio
ARTS 110: Intro to Visual Studies
ARTS  120: Drawing
Athletic Training HHPA 184: Prevention and Care of Athletic Injury (requires instructor consent, consult your advisor)
HHPA 250: Prevention and Control of Disease
PSYC 101: Survey of Psychology
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology BIOL 210 and 210L*: Principles of Biology and Lab (lab required) and/or CHEM 210 and 210L*: General Chemistry and Lab (lab required)
Take both of these courses if you have a strong science background. If you are not confident in your science background and analytical skills, consider taking either MATH 170*: Calculus (depending on placement)
Biology BIOL 210 and 210L*: Principles of Biology and Lab (lab required) and/or CHEM 210 and 210L*: General Chemistry and Lab (lab required)
Take both of these courses if you have a strong science background. If you are not confident in your science background and analytical skills, consider taking either MATH 150: Precalculus*`
Business (Accounting, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing) BNSS 250: Contemporary Business (Note that this course may not be applied to a mjor within the Business Department. It may be used toward the Management or Sport Management minors.)
ECON 210*: Principles of Economics
MATH  140: Introduction to Statistics
MATH 160*: Finite Math with Calculus or MATH 170*: Calculus I, especially if interested in graduate study.
Chemistry CHEM 210 and 210L*: General Chemistry and Lab (lab required)
MATH 150*: Pre-Calculus or MATH 170: Calculus I or MATH 175:
Calculus II
Communication Arts Consider 1-2 of the following courses:
TCCA 130: Interpersonal Communication
TCCA 140: Public Speaking
TCCA 230: Intercultural Communication: Global Perspectives
Computer Science COMP 121: Intro to the Internet  and WWW
COMP 160 and 160L: Intro to Programming: Functions and Lab MATH  170*: Calculus I
Economics ECON 210*: Principles of Economics
MATH 160*: Finite Math with Calculus or MATH 170: Calculus I (preferred)
Education EDUC 150: Foundations of Education
MATH 135: Math for Elementary Teachers I
Electronic Arts Consider 1-2 of the following courses:
ARTS  101: Intro to Studio
ARTS  120: Drawing
COMP 121: Intro to the Internet  and WWW
COMP 160 and 160L: Intro to Programming: Functions and Lb
MSCM 150: Living in a Media World
Environmental Studies Policy Focus
ENVS 201 and 201L: Environmental Science and Lab (lab required)
Science Focus
ENVS 201 and 201L: Environmental Science and Lab (lab required)
BIOL 210 and 210L*: Principles of Biology and Lab (lab required) or
CHEM 210 and 210L*: General Chemistry and Lab (lab required)
Human Performance: Exercise Science BIOL 210 and 210L*: Principles of Biology and Lab (lab required) or
CHEM 210 and 210L*: General Chemistry and Lab (lab required)
MATH  150*: Pre-Calculus or MATH  170*: Calculus I
HHPA 183: Seminar in Health and Human Movement
HHPA  280: Nutrition
PSYC 101: Intro to Psychology
Human Performance: Physical Activity and Fitness Studies HHPA 183: Seminar in Health and Human Movement
PSYC 101: Intro to Psychology
Human Performance: Physical Education EDUC 150: Foundations of Education
HHPA 183: Seminar in Health and Human Movement
Francophone and African Studies French Language courses* (depending on placement)
German Studies GLGR 101*: Elementary German I or appropriate German language course (depending on placement)
HIST 122: History of World Civilizations I
POLS 210: International Politics
TCCA 130: Intercultural Communication: Global Perspectives
Global Languages (French, German, Japanese, and Spanish) First-year students who intend to continue a language begun in high school must refer to the placement information on page 23. Beginners register in language courses numbered 101.*
Health Education HHPA 180: Personal Health Promotion
HHPA 242: Human Sexuality
HHPA 250: Prevention and Control of Disease
HHPA  280: Nutrition
History Consider 1-2 of the following courses:
HIST 122: History of World Civilizations I
HIST 124: East Asia before  1800
HIST 150: Survey of US History
HIST 152: Environmental History of the US
Intercultural Communication Consider 1-2 of the following courses:
TCCA 130: Interpersonal Communication
TCCA 230: Intercultural Communication: Global Perspectives
ANTH 111: Cultural Anthropology
International Relations POLS 210: International Politics
ECON 210*: Principles of Economics
Latin American/Latino Studies GLSP 101* or appropriate Spanish language course (depending on placement)
Literature and Creative Writing INQS 125: Inquiry Seminar
ENGL 200: Intro to Creative Writing
Mass Communication MSCM 111: Journalism Practices or
MSCM 112: Electronic Media Practices
MSCM 150: Living in a Media World
Mathematics MATH 170*: Calculus I or
MATH  175*: Calculus II
Students who have completed the equivalent of MATH 175 should consult with the mathematics department to determine the appropriate course.
Music MUSC 110 or 117: Concert band or concert choir
MUSC 140: Beginning Keyboard Skills
MUSC 203: Applied Lessons (Voice and Instruments)
MUSC 210: Musicianship I
Nursing  (Pre-Nursing Program) BIOL 210 and 210L* or CHEM 210 and 210L*
Consider 1-2 of the following courses: INQS 125: Inquiry Seminar
HHPA  280: Nutrition
MATH  140: Introduction to Statistics
PSYC 155: Lifespan Development Psychology For possible educational plans: www.linfield.edu/advising/pre-professional-programs/ pre-nursing/stay-on-track.html
Philosophy PHIL 150: Fundamentals of Philosophy
PHIL 180: Moral Problems
PHIL 230: Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 245: Aesthetics (for students with a background and interest in art)
Physics and Applied Physics PHYS 210 and 210L: Intro to Mechanics and Lab (lab required)
MATH  170*: Calculus I
Political Science POLS  201: American 
Politics POLS 210: International Politics
POLS 220: Great Political Thinkers
Pre-Engineering PHYS 210 and 210L: Intro to Mechanics and Lab (lab required)
MATH  170*: Calculus I
CHEM 210 and 210L*: General Chemistry and Lab (lab required)
(Consult your advisor about taking PHYS 210 and CHEM 210 simultaneously.)
Pre-Law 1-2 courses in potential major/minor interest area
1-2 courses to fulfill the Linfield Curriculum
Pre-Medical/Pre-Dental/ Pre-Vet BIOL 210 and 210L*: Principles of Biology and Lab (lab required) or
CHEM 210 and 210L*: General Chemistry and Lab (lab required) Only enroll in both BIOL and CHEM if you have a strong science background – consult your advisor.
MATH  170*: Calculus I
Pre-Physical Therapy BIOL 210 and 210L*: Principles of Biology and Lab (lab required) or
CHEM 210 and 210L*: General Chemistry and Lab (lab required)
MATH  170*: Calculus I
Psychology PSYC 101: Survey of Psychology
Religious Studies RELS 110: Approaches to Religion
Sociology and Anthropology Consider 1-2 of the following courses:
ANTH 111: Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 112: Archaeology and World Pre-History
SOCL 101: Fundamentals of Sociology Any other 200-level course offered by the department.
Theatre Arts THTR 162: Fundamentals of Theatre Design and Drawing (offered fall semester only. Prospective majors and minors should enroll in this course.)
THTR 181: Acting