Why am I taking these courses?

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 the Course Catalogue

Courses Core Major/Minor Elective/Other
BIOL/CHEM/PHYS 104 with Lab - Scientific Inquiry
X    
BIOL 105 & 105L
X X  
BIOL 190    
BUSN 111   X  
BUSN 190    
CHEM 101 & 101L X X  
COMM 100 X    
COMM   X  
CPSC 121   X  
ECON 200 X    
ECON 201, 202   X  
Any EDSE   X  
EDTE 101, 201 X X  
ENGL 101, 102, 105, 106, 202, 204, 205, 230, and/or 240
X    
ENSC 191 & 191L
X X  
Any ENVS   X  
Any ARAB, FREN, GERM, GREK, ITAL, JPNE, LATN, or SPAN
  X X
HIST 101, 102, 112, 201, 202
X X  
HONS 190, ENGL 101 sections 23 & 24, PHIL 101H
X   X**
INMD 101   X  
ITEC 
    X
JOUR 110
  X  
MATH* (100 or above)
X
(103 & up)
X X
(Math 100)
MUSC 140, 149, 152, 161, 171, 175, 246, & 249
X X  
Any other MUSC     X***
NURS 100
  X  
PHIL 101 X    
PHYS 103, 103L X X  
Any POLS, PSYC, SOCI, & ECON 200 or CRIM 101
X X  
THEA 111, 122, 132, 200, 424
X X  
THEA 120, 124, 125, 132
    X***
UNIV 115 
    X
VART 101, 112, 115, 141, & 190
X X  
WGST 202
X X X
WGST 205
  X X
Any Subject Course Number 193: Freshman Seminar (ie THEA 193, PHIL 193, COMM 193, etc)
X    

Special Notes:

* Engineers, Mathematics, Chemistry, Human Physiology, Nursing, Business and some social science majors will take Mathematics in their first semester.  Most students in these fields will take the ALEKS online assessment to place them in the appropriate math course first semester.  Students entering Gonzaga with math credit, or majoring in Business, will not take ALEKS for math placement, and will instead be placed based on academic records and transcripts. 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.