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University of North Dakota
Grand Forks, North Dakota
Institution Liaison: Ryan Zerr

University of North Dakota Passport Block

The Passport Block listed here is for general information only. Students must see the institution's website http://und.edu/ for access to the official block.

The Passport Block at UND aligns closely with the institution’s general education program – Essential Studies. Only Essential Studies courses are used as part of UND’s Passport Block, and all such courses are regularly reviewed for their continued general education status by a faculty committee. An annual program-level assessment process is used to guide faculty development efforts related to Essential Studies, and thus Passport Block, courses, as well as to inform possible revisions to the Essential Studies Program.

Students must take COMM 110 to meet the Passport Learning Outcome of Oral Communication; or any course approved for Essential Studies Oral Communication on the list below:

Oral Communication
Courses in Oral Communication
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ChE 412 Plant Design II: Process Project Engineering
ChE 413 Plant Design II: Preliminary Process Project Engineering
COMM 110 Fundamentals of Public Speaking
EE 481 Senior Design II
GEOL 356 Geoscience Lectures
GEOL 421 Seminar I
GEOL 421 Seminar II
PtrE 484 Research Design
RHS 200 Helping Skills in Community Service

Learning Opportunities in Oral Communication
Required
    

Students must take ENGL 110 and ENGL 130 to meet the Passport Learning Outcomes of Written Communication; OR English 110 and any Essential Studies Advanced Communication course; OR English 130 and any Essential Studies Advanced Communication course.

Written Communication
Courses in Written Communication
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ENGL 110 College Composition I
ENGL 130 Composition II: Writing for Public Audiences
ANTH 480 Anthropology Senior Capstone
ART 498 Seminar in Art & Design Capstone
ATSC 492 Senior Project
AVIT 485 Aviation Senior Capstone
BIOL 480 Senior Capstone Seminar
BIOL 481 Fisheries and Wildlife Senior Capstone
BIOL 489 Senior Honors Thesis
ChE 411 Plant Design I: Process Design and Economics
CHEM 492 Senior Research
CE 301 & 302 Civil Engineering Lab I and Civil Engineering Lab II
COMM 410 Research Methods in Communication
CS 492 Senior Project I
CS 493 Senior Project II
CJ 401 Administration of Criminal Justice Systems
EE 480 Senior Design I
ENGL 271 Reading and Writing about Texts
ENGL 308 The Art of Writing Nonfiction
ENGL 408 Writing for Digital Environments
SMED 343 Organizational Administration of Athletic Training
GEOG 454 Conservation and Sustainable Use of Natural Resources
GeoE 484 Geological Engineering Design
GEOL 420 Geology Capstone
HIST 325 American West
HIST 440 Research Capstone
HON 489 Senior Honors Thesis
HUM 408 Writing Across Disciplines
HUM 283 Integrated Source Analysis
IS 360 Oral Traditions in American Indian Cultures
KIN 491 Senior Capstone
LANG 380 Global Gateways
MATH 488 Senior Capstone
ME 480 Mechanical Engineering Seminar
MLS 490 Financial and Quality Management of the Clinical Laboratory
MUSC 441 Methods and Materials for Middle and Secondary School Music
MUSC 490 Seminar in Music
NURS 474 Professional Development II
N&D 345 Community Nutrition
OT 458 Qualitative Research Methods for OT
PE 485 Petroleum Engineering Senior Design
PHIL 480 Public Philosophy
PT 405 & 514 Professional Communication and Behavior & Case Management I
POLS 495 Senior Colloquium in Political Science and Public Administration
PSYC 433 Psychology of Learning
PSYC 460 Advanced Social Psychology
RHS 493 Senior Capstone Seminar
RELS 480 Religion Capstone
SW 442 Social Policy
SOC 306 Social Change
T&L 489 Senior Capstone: Responsive Teaching
THEA 424 History of the Theatre: 17th Century to the Present

Students must take at least one course from the list below to meet the Passport Learning Outcomes of Quantitative Literacy.

Quantitative Literacy
Courses in Quantitative Literacy
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ATSC 110 Meteorolgy I
ATSC 120 Severe & Hazardous Weather
AVIT 468 ATC: Non-Radar Procedures
BIOL 333 Population Biology
ChE 431 Chemical Engineering Lab IV
CHEM 121 General Chemistry I
CHEM 122 General Chemistry II
CHEM 221 Fundamentals of Chemistry
ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics
GEOG 121 Global Physical Environment
GEOG 134 Introduction to Global Climate
MATH 103 College Algebra
MATH 105 Trigonometry
MATH 115 Introduction to Mathematical Thought
MATH 146 Applied Calculus I
MATH 321 Applied Statistical Methods
PHIL 221 Symbolic Logic
PHYS 110 Introductory Astronomy
PHYS 130 Natural Science - Physics
PHYS 211 College Physics I
PSYC 241 Introduction to Statistics
PHE 102 Epidemiology in Public Health
SOC 326 Sociological Statistics

Students must take two courses from the following departments, one of which must include a lab component, to meet the Passport Learning Outcomes of Natural Sciences. The two courses must come from different departments: -Atmospheric Sciences -Biology -Chemistry -Geology -Physics

Natural Sciences
Courses in Natural Sciences
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ATSC 110 & 110L Meteorology I (with lab)
ATSC 120 Severe and Hazardous Weather
BIOL 111 & 111L Concepts of Biology (with lab)
BIOL 150 & 150L General Biology I (with lab)
BIOL 151 & 151L General Biology II (with lab)
BIOL 333 Population Biology
CHEM 115 & 115L Introductory Chemistry (with lab)
CHEM 116 & 116L Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry (with lab)
CHEM 121 & 121L General Chemistry I (with lab)
CHEM 122 & 122L General Chemistry II (with lab)
CHEM 221 & 221L Fundamentals of Chemistry-Concepts (with lab)
GEOL 101&101L Introduction to Geology (with lab)
GEOL 102 The Earth Through Time
GEOL 103 Introduction to Environmental Issues
GEOL 111 Views of Earth and Planets
GEOL 205 Surviving on Planet Earth
PHYS 110 & 110L Introductory Astronomy (with lab)
PHYS 130 Natural Science - Physics (includes lab)
PHYS 161 Introductory College Physics I (includes lab)
PHYS 211 College Physics I (includes lab)

Students must take one course from the Human Cultures list below and also one course from the Diversity, Culture, or Intercultural Knowledge & Skills list to meet the Passport Learning Outcomes of Human Cultures.

Human Cultures
Courses in Human Cultures
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 100 Introduction to Anthropology
ANTH 171 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 172 Introduction to Archaeology
ANTH 200 World Prehistory
ANTH 371 Cultural Dynamics
ANTH 377 North American Archaeology
ANTH 379 Culture Area Studies
CSD 425 Language, Multiculturalism and Communication Disorders
ENGL 228 Diversity and Global Literatures
GEOG 151 Human Geography
GEOG 161 World Regional Geography
HON 382 Exploring Global Diversity Through the Social Sciences
HUM 225 Advanced Integrated Social Science
WGS 225 The Study of Women
HON 102 Inquiry in the Social Sciences
HON 272 Social Science Colloquium On US Diversity
HON 372 Advanced Social Science Colloquium on US Diversity
HUM 224 Integrated Social Science Inquiry
IS 121 Introduction to American Indian Studies
IS 395 Ethnohistory of North America
RHS 250 Contemporary Issues in Rehabilitation
SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 250 Diversity in American Society
WGS 200 Introduction to Gender Studies

Diversity, Culture, or Intercultural Knowledge and Skills
Courses in Diversity, Culture, or Intercultural Knowledge and Skills
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
AVIT 372 Global Perspectives in Aviation History
CHIN 101 First Year Chinese I
CHIN 201 Second Year Chinese I
CLAS 101 First Year Latin I
CLAS 201 Second Year Latin I
FREN 101 First Year French I
FREN 201 Second Year Frend I
GERM 101 First Year German I
GERM 201 Second Year German I
GERM 206 Germany in a Global World
GERM 306 Contextualizing Culture: Introduction to German Studies
HIST 101 Western Civilizations I
HIST 102 Western Civilizatons II
HIST 230 History of Modern Science
HON 381 Exploring Global Diversity Through the Humanities
HON 382 Exploring Global Diversity Through the Social Sciences
HUM 225 Advanced Integrated Social Science
IS 385 Sustainable Communities
MUSC 203 Music and Culture
NORW 101 First Year Norwegian I
NORW 201 Second Year Norwegian I
N&D 335 World Food Patterns
PHIL 383 Asian Philosophy
POLS 225 Comparative Politics
PHE 103 Introduction to Global Health
RELS 101 Religions of the West
RELS 102 Religions of Asia
RELS 203 World Religions
RELS 245 Death and Dying
RELS 250 East and West in Religion
RELS 305 Mysticism
RELS 315 Daoism and Confucianism
RELS 320 Hinduism
RELS 380 Buddhism
SPAN 101 First Year Spanish I
SPAN 201 Second Year Spanish I
COMM 102 Communication and the Human Community
Counseling 250 Dialogue on US Diversity
ENGL 229 Diversity in US Literature
ENGL 365 Black American Writers
ENGL 367 American Indian Literature
GEOG 262 Geography of North America I
HIST 103 United States to 1877
HIST 104 United States Since 1877
HIST 332 Women in American History to 1865
HIST 333 Women in American History since 1865
HIST 371 African-American History Since 1877
PHIL 355 Social & Political Philosophy

Students must complete two Essential Studies courses that either address the Thinking & Reasoning or the Critical Inquiry & Analysis learning goal, one of which must be an Essential Studies Humanities course.

Critical Thinking - Humanities
Courses in Critical Thinking - Humanities
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ART 110 Introduction to the Visual Arts
ART 210 History of Art 1
ART 211 History of Art II
A&S 252 Introduction to Canadian Studies
COMM 300 Communication and Society
ENGL 225 Introduction to Film
ENGL 227 Introduction to Literature and Culture
ENGL 315 Shakespeare
ENGL 357 Women Writers and Readers
FREN 101 First Year French I
FREN 102 Second Year French II
FREN 202 Second Year French II
GERM 101 First Year German I
GERM 102 Second Year German II
GERM 202 Second Year German II
HON 291 Colloquium in The Humanities
HON 391 Advanced Colloquium in The Humanities
HUM 101 Introduction to Humanities I
HUM 102 Introduction to Humanities II
HUM 212 Integrated Cultural Experience
HUM 300 Knowledge, Truth and Reality
NORW 101 First Year Norwegian I
NORW 102 First Year Norwegian II
NORW 202 Second Year Norwegian II
PHIL 101 Introduction to Philosophy
PHIL 110 Introduction to Logic
PHIL 120 Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 130 Introduction to Political Philosophy
PHIL 250 Ethics in Engineering and Sciences
PHIL 251 Ethics in Health Care
PHIL 252 Ethics in Business and Public Administration
PHIL 300 Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 301 Medieval Philosophy
PHIL 302 Renaissance and Enlightenment
PHIL 303 Kant and the Nineteenth Century
PHIL 312 American Philosophy
PHIL 400 Philosophy of Language
PHIL 415 Philosophy of Mind
PHIL 420 Philosophy of Human Nature
PHIL 420 Epistemology
PHIL 425 Metaethics
PHIL 430 Philosophy of Science and Technology
PHIL 451 Citizenship and Political Partcipation
RELS 100 Introduction to Religious Inquiry
RELS 120 Religion in America
RELS 216 Women and Religion
RELS 221 Jewish Scripture/Old Testament
RELS 231 Christian Scripture/New Testament
RELS 300 Jesus in Gospel and History
RELS 301 Life and Religion of Paul
RELS 309 Atheism, Theism and Secularism
RELS 321 Prophets and Prophecy
RELS 334 Judaism
RELS 423 Psychology of Religion
RELS 431 Religious Violence
SPAN 102 First Year Spanish II
SPAN 202 Second Year Spanish II
CLAS 102 First Year Latin II
CLAS 202 Second Year Latin II
CHIN 101 First Year Chinese I
CHIN 102 First Year Chinese II
CHIN 202 Second Year Chinese II

Critical Thinking
Courses in Critical Thinking
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ANTH 170 Introduction to Biological Anthropology
ANTH 270 Introduction to Forensic Anthropology
ANTH 480 Senior Seminar
ART 100 Introduction to Sculpture
ART 112 Basic Design
ART 120 Introduction to Drawing and Color Materials
ART 130 Drawing I
ART 151 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 230 Drawing II
ART 250 Ceramics I
ART 260 Color Photography
ART 498 Art & Design Capstone
ATSC 110 Meteorology I
ATSC 120 Severe and Hazardous Weather
ATSC 492 Senior Project
AVIT 468 ATC: Non-Radar Procedures
BADM 101 Introduction to Business
BIOL 111 Concepts of Biology
BIOL 150 General Biology I
BIOL 151 General Biology II
BIOL 333 Population Biology
CE 482 Civil Engineering Design
CE 483 Civil Engineering Design
CHE 340 Professional Integrity in Engineering
CHE 431 Chemical Engineering Lab I
CHEM 115 Introductory Chemistry
CHEM 115 L Introductory Chemistry Lab
CHEM 116 Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry
CHEM 116 L Introduction to Organic and Biochemistry Lab
CHEM 121 General Chemistry
CHEM 121L General Chemistry I Lab
CHEM 122 General Chemistry II
CHEM 122 L General Chemistry Lab II
CHEM 221 Fundamentals of Chem-Concepts
CHEM 221 L Fundamentals of Chemistry Lab
CHEM 492 Senior Research
CJ 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 401 Administration of Criminal Justice Systems
COMM 300 Communication and Society
CSCI 120 Computer Programming I
CSCI 130 Introduction Scientific Programming
CSCI 160 Computer Science I
CSCI 290 Cyber-Security and Information Assurance
CSCI 435 Forman Languages and Automation
CSCI 492 Senior Project I
CSCI 493 Senior Project II
CSD 461 Senior Seminar in Communication Disorders
ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 210 Introduction to Business and Economics Statistics
EE 480 Senior Design I
ENGR 460 Engineering Economy
ENTR 101 Introduction to Entrepreneurship
ESSP 200 Sustainability Science
FA 150 Introduction to Fine Arts
GEOG 121 Global Physical Environment
GEOG 121 L Global Physical Environment
GEOG 134 Introduction to Global Climate
GEOG 134 L Introduction to Global Climate Lab
GEOG 454 Conservation of Resources
GEOL 101 Introduction to Geology
GEOL 101L Introduction to Geology Lab
GEOL 102 The Earth Through Time
GEOL 103 Introduction to Environmental Issues
GEOL 111 Views of Earth and Planets
GEOL 205 Surviving on Planet Earth
HIST 440 Research
HON 292 Colloquium in Social Science
HON 293 Colloquium in The Sciences
HON 392 Colloquium in Social Sciences
HON 393 Colloquium in The Sciences
HUM 270 Integrated Studies Life Science
HUM 271 Integrated Studies General Science
HUM 271L Integrated Studies General Science Lab
HUM 408 Writing Across Disciplines
IDS 495 Service and Citizenship
IS 410 Identity in Native North America
MATH 103 College Algebra
MATH 105 Trigonometry
MATH 115 Introduction to Mathematical Thought
MATH 146 Applied Calculus I
MATH 165 Calculus I
MATH 166 Calculus II
MATH 321 Applied Statistical Methods
MATH 488 Senior Capstone
ME 370 Engineering Disasters and Ethics
ME 480 Mechanical Engineering Seminar
MLS 490 Financial and Quality of Clinical Lab
MUSC 100 Introduction to Understanding of Music
MUSC 101 Fundamentals of Music
MUSC 180 Introduction to Music Therapy
MUSC 260 Concert Choir
MUSC 263 Varsity Bards Men's Chorus
MUSC 264 Women's Chorus
MUSC 270 Wind Ensemble
MUSC 271 University Band
MUSC 272 Marching/Athletic Band
MUSC 273 Instrumental Jazz Ensemble
MUSC 275 University Chamber Orchestra
MUSC 441 Methods and Materials for Middle and Secondary School
N&D 240 Fundamentals of Nutrition
N&D 441 Advanced Nutrition
OT 458 Qualitative Research Methods Occupational Therapy
PHE 102 Epidemiology in Public Health
PHIL 480 Public Philosophy
PHYS 110 Introductory Astronomy
PHYS 110L Introductory Astronomy Lab
PHYS 130 Natural Science Physics
PHYS 161 Introductory College Physics I
PHYS 211 and 211L College Physics I
PHYS 415 Undergrad Research Experience
POLS 115 American Government I
POLS 116 State and Local Government
POLS 220 International Politics
POLS 495 Senior Colloquium
PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 241 Introduction to Statistics
PSYC 250 Developmental Psychology
PSYC 270 Abnormal Psychology
PT 402 Professional Communication and Behavior
PTRE 485 Senior Design I
RTS 201 Recreation and Society
RTS 421 Research and Evaluation Methods
SOC 115 Social Problems
SOC 253 Juvenile Delinquency
SOC 326 Sociological Statistics
SOC 340 Sociology of Gender and Sex Role
SOC 361 Social Psychology
SOC 475 Sociology Capstone
SWK 483 Field Instruction II
SWK 484 Field Instruction Seminar II
T&L 252 Child Development
T&L 489 Senior Capstone: Responsive Teaching
TECH 322 Fundamentals of Photography
TECH 499 Senior Capstone
THEA 110 Introduction to Theatre Arts
THEA 161 Acting I
THEA 270 Stagecraft

Students must take at least one course from the list below to meet the Passport Learning Outcomes of Creative Expression.

Creative Expression
Courses in Creative Expression
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
ART 100 Introduction to Sculpture
ART 112 Basic Design
ART 120 Introduction to Drawing and Color Materials
ART 130 Drawing I
ART 151 Introduction to Ceramics
ART 230 Drawing II
ART 250 Ceramics: Handbuilding
ART 260 Color Photography
ENGL 226 Introduction to Creative Writing
ENGL 235 The Art of Filmmaking
ENGL 308 The Art of Writing Non-Fiction
FA 150 Introduction to Fine Arts
HUM 212 Integrated Cultural Experience
MUSC 100 Introduction to the Understanding of Music
MUSC 101 Fundamentals of Music
MUSC 200 Music in America
MUSC 260 Concert Choir
MUSC 263 Varsity Bards Men's Chorus
MUSC 264 Women's Chorus
MUSC 270 Wind Ensemble
MUSC 271 University Band
MUSC 272 Marching/Athletic Band
MUSC 273 Instrumental Jazz Ensemble
MUSC 275 University Chamber Orchestra
TECH 322 Fundamentals of Photography
THEA 110 Introduction to Theatre Arts
THEA 161 Acting I
THEA 270 Stagecraft
UNIV 110B First Year Seminar (Fine Arts)
UNIV 115B First Year Research (Fine Arts)


TEAMWORK AND VALUE SYSTEMS

Students must take one course from the Teamwork list and one course from the Value Systems list to meet the Passport Learning Outcomes for Teamwork and Value Systems.

Teamwork
Courses in Teamwork
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
MUSC 260 Concert Choir
MUSC 263 Varsity Bards Men's Chorus
MUSC 264 Women's Chorus
MUSC 270 Wind Ensemble
MUSC 271 University Band
MUSC 272 Marching/Athletic Band
MUSC 273 Instrumental Jazz Ensemble
MUSC 275 University Chamber Orchestra
THEA 110 Introduction to Theatre Arts
THEA 161 Acting I
THEA 270 Stagecraft

Value Systems
Courses in Value Systems
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
CHE 340 Professional Integrity in Engineering
HUM 300 Knowledge, Truth, and Reality
ME 370 Engineering Disasters and Ethics
PHIL 101 Introduction to Political Philosophy
PHIL 120 Introduction to Ethics
PHIL 130 Introduction to Political Philosophy
PHIL 250 Ethics in Engineering and Science
PHIL 251 Ethics in Health Care
PHIL 252 Ethics in Business and Public Administration
PHIL 253 Environmental Ethics
PHIL 300 Ancient Philosophy
PHIL 301 Medieval Philosophy
PHIL 302 Renaissance and Enlightenment
PHIL 303 Kant and the Nineteenth Century
PHIL 312 American Philosophy
PHIL 355 Social and Political Philosophy
PHIL 360 Feminist Philosophy
PHIL 383 Asian Philosophy
PHIL 425 Metaethics - Is Ethics Possible?
PHIL 451 Citizenship and Political Participation
RELS 100 Introduction to Religious Inquiry
RELS 101 Religions of the West
RELS 102 Religions of Asia
RELS 120 Religion in America
RELS 203 World Religions
RELS 216 Women and Religion
RELS 221 Jewish Scripture/Old Testament
RELS 231 Christian Scripture/New Testament
RELS 245 Death and Dying
RELS 250 East and West in Religion
RELS 309 Atheism, Theism, and Secularism
RELS 315 Daoism and Confucianism
RELS 320 Hinduism
RELS 334 Judaism
RELS 380 Buddhism
RELS 410 Asian Religions in the United States

Students must complete two courses from different departments to complete the Passport Learning Outcome of Human Society and the Individual.

Human Society and the Individual
Courses in Human Society and the Individual
Required Course Prefix Course Number Course Title
IS 121 Introduction to Indian Studies
IS 151 White Images of Native Americans
IS 171 Hollywood Indians
IS 181 Native North America to 1600
IS 201 History of the Sioux
IS 203 History of the Chippewa
IS 207 The History Three Affiliated Tribes
IS 221 North American Indians before 1815
IS 222 North American Indians since 1815
IS 311 Health & American Indian Cultures
IS 346 American Indian Women
IS 350 Native American Languages
IS 360 Oral Tradition in American Indian Cultures
IS 385 American Indian Economic Development
IS 395 Ethnohistory of North America
IS 410 Identity in Natural North America
CJ 201 Introduction to Criminal Justice
CJ 401 Administration of Criminal Justice Systems
ECON 201 Principles of Microeconomics
ECON 202 Principles of Macroeconomics
ECON 210 Introduction Business & Economic Statistics
GEOG 121 Global Physical Environment
GEOG 134 Introduction to Global Climate
GEOG 151 Human Geography
GEOG 161 World Regional Geography
GEOG 262 Geography of North America I
GEOG 454 Conservation of Resources
HIST 101 Western Civilization I
HIST 102 Western Civilization II
HIST 103 United States to 1877
HIST 104 United States since 1877
HIST 105 World Civilizations I
HIST 106 World Civilizations II
HIST 220 History of North Dakota
HIST 230 History of Modern Science
HIST 325 The American West to 1890
HIST 332 Women American History to 1865
HIST 333 Women in American History since 1865
HIST 371 African-American History since 1877
HIST 440 Research
POLS 115 American Government I
POLS 116 State and Local Government
POLS 220 International Politics
POLS 225 Comparative Politics
POLS 318 American Political Thought
PSYC 111 Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 241 Introduction to Statistics
PSYC 250 Developmental Psychology
PSYC 270 Abnormal Psychology
PSYC 405 History/Systems of Psychology
PSYC 421 Diversity Psychology
PSYC 433 Psychology of Learning
PSYC 460 Advanced Social Psychology
SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology
SOC 115 Social Problems
SOC 250 Diversity in American Society
SOC 253 Juvenile Delinquency
SOC 306 Social Change
SOC 326 Sociological Statistics
SOC 340 Sociology of Gender and Sex Role
SOC 361 Social Psychology
SOC 475 Sociology Capstone



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