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G.E. SUBSTITUTIONS AND WAIVERS

Depending on the student’s declared major, certain G.E. requirements allow for prescribed substitutions. A complete

listing appears below.

Course:

Major:

Substitution:

Old Testament Survey II

ALL

IBEX367 History of Ancient Israel

New Testament Survey I

ALL

IBEX377 The Life of Christ

Essentials of Music & Art

Biblical Studies

MU333 Worship & Songs of the Church

Music

MU295 Music & Art for Musicians

Essentials of World History I & II

ALL*

Pass World History Competency Exam &

3 units of Upper Division History

Essentials of Philosophy

LS Teacher Ed.

P321 Philosophies of Education

Music Ed.

P321 Philosophies of Education

Audio Tech.

BCW367 Ethics

KPE

KPE303 History & Philosophy of P.E.

Bus. Admin.

BUS330 Business Ethics

Biblical Studies**

BCW363 Apologetics

Spoken Communication

Biblical Studies

BMN310 Message Preparation for Women

Biblical Studies

BMN370 Sermon Preparation & Delivery

Bus. Admin.

MGT330 Business Communications

Crit. Thinking & Quant. Analysis

Bus. Admin.

BUS310 Statistics for Business

CIS

Waived per former TMU catalog

LS Teacher Ed.

MA201, 202 Mathematics for Elementary

School Teachers

KPE

KPE405 Statistical Analysis

ALL

MA101 Algebra & Trigonometry, MA121

Calculus I, or MA262 Statistics

Essentials of Biology

Bio. & Phys. Science LS151 & 151L Organismic Biology

KPE

LS321 Anatomy and LS322 Physiology

U.S. Government

Waived for non-U.S. citizens and non-

resident aliens***

*Students who wish to pursue a Single Subject Teaching Credential in Social Studies must take the regular world history sequence.

**Some Biblical Studies emphases require Apologetics; other Biblical Studies emphases allow for a substitution option.

***U.S. Citizens (regardless of current country of residence) and resident aliens are NOT exempt from the POL220 U.S. Government

requirement.

Oxford, AMBEX, CCCU co-op programs, etc. that fulfill a Worldview/Skills Set course preserve their substitutions

as outlined in previous TMU catalogs or articulation agreements.