Course Table

Use the table below to look up your courses and see how they count towards your Gonzaga degree. 

Your courses fulfill one or more of the following requirements: University Core, Major/Minor requirements, and/or elective/other.  You will see the applicable check mark underneath the requirement(s) your course fulfills.  For course descriptions and degree/major requirements, visit www.gonzaga.edu/catalogues.

Courses Core Major/Minor   Elective/Other                 
BIOL/PHYS 104 with Lab - Scientific Inquiry
BIOL 105 & 105L √      √  
BUSN 111       √     
CHEM 101 & 101L     √  
COMM 100
COMM 184       √    
CPSC 121       √    
ECON 200
ECON 201, 202     √     
Any EDSE       √     
EDTE 101       √     
ENGL 101, 102, or 105      
ENSC 191 √      √     
ENVS (any)       √    
Any ARAB, CHIN, FREN, GERM, GREK, ITAL, JPNE, LATN, or SPAN       √   √ 
HIST 101, 102, 112, 201, 202 √      √    
HONS 190, ENGL 101H, PHIL 101H √      *
INMD 101     √
ITEC 102 or CPSC 211         √ 
JOUR 110     √
MATHb (100 or above) √ (103 and Up)     √ √ (Math 100)
MUSC 161, 171, 175, 246, & 249 √      √     
Any other MUSC        √ `
NURS 100       √   
PHIL 101      
PHYS 103, 103L √      √     
Any POLS, PSYC, SOCI, and ECON 200 or CRIM 101 √      √
THEA 100, 111, 122, 424 √      √     
THEA 120, 124, 125, 132       √ `
UNIV 115 or UNIV 104      
VART 101, 112, 115, 141, & 190 √      √  
WGST 202     √ √  
Any 193: Freshman Seminar  

Special Notes:

b   Engineers, Mathematics, Chemistry, Human Physiology, Nursing, and some social science majors will take Mathematics in their first semester.  Other students may be placed in a mathematics course first semester, while others may not.  MATH 100 is considered remedial math, and is a prep course for future math requirements only.  It does not meet the University Core requirement.  MATH 103 and up courses do fulfill the University Math requirement. 

*  Required courses for Honors Program students. These courses are program specific and open to program students only.

`  One-credit activity courses (MUSC, THEA, EDPE) are optional.  You may have opted into one of these in the initial registration survey.  You may also add/drop these during Schedule Change Times.  These courses do count toward graduation.