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What are your classes?

You will need to take the following classes along with your other scheduled general education classes to make a complete schedule.

Downtown Phoenix

Downtown Phoenix campus spring classes

Spring classesDescription
ASU 121
Emerging Leaders II
Designed to help students learn how to think critically and manage a project from inception to completion. Through course discussions and assignments, students examine connections between their work in other courses and ASU 121.
CHS 100
Foundations of Health and Well-Being

Class for Health Solutions students that addresses the knowledge, attitudes and behaviors associated with various health dimensions. Also, explores interprofessionalism and current issues in health and well-being.
COM 225
Public Speaking
Class for CISA and Public Service students for verbal and nonverbal communication in platform speaking. Discussion and practice in vocal and physical delivery and in purposeful organization and development of public communication.
SOC 101
Introductory Sociology
Class for CONHI students that covers the fundamentals of sociology, organization of human groups and society, processes of interaction, and social change. 
PSY 101
Introduction to Psychology
Class for CONHI and Health Solutions students that covers major areas of theory and research in psychology. Requires participation in department-sponsored research or an educationally equivalent alternative activity. 

Downtown Phoenix campus fall classes

Fall classesDescription
ASU 120
Emerging Leaders I
Designed to help students learn how to think critically and manage a project from inception to completion. Through course discussions and assignments, students examine connections between their work in other courses and ASU 120.
COM 100
Introduction to Human Communication
Class for CISA students. Topics-oriented introduction to basic theories, dimensions, and concepts of human communicative interaction and behavior.
CRJ 100
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Class for Public Service students that examines the history and current practice of the criminal justice system. Roles of law enforcement agencies, courts and correctional agencies.
PSY 101
Introduction to Psychology
Class for CONHI and Health Solutions students that covers major areas of theory and research in psychology. Requires participation in department-sponsored research or an educationally equivalent alternative activity. .
SOC 101
Introductory Sociology
Class for CONHI students that covers the fundamentals of sociology, organization of human groups and society, processes of interaction, and social change. 
UNI 110
Critical Reading and Thinking
Class that prepares students to be successful in college-level academics and helps them improve their critical reading and critical thinking skills. 

Polytechnic

Polytechnic campus spring classes

Spring classesDescription
ASU 121
Emerging Leaders II
Designed to help students learn how to think critically and manage a project from inception to completion. Through course discussions and assignments, students examine connections between their work in other courses and ASU 121.
TBDClass to be determined by your college or advisor.

Polytechnic campus fall classes

Fall classesDescription
ASU 120
Emerging Leaders I
Designed to help students learn how to think critically and manage a project from inception to completion. Through course discussions and assignments, students examine connections between their work in other courses and ASU 120.
UNI 110
Critical Reading and Thinking

Class that prepares students to be successful in college-level academics and helps them improve their critical reading and critical thinking skills. 

Tempe

Tempe campus spring classes

Spring classesDescription
ASU 121
Emerging Leaders II
Designed to help students learn how to think critically and manage a project from inception to completion. Through course discussions and assignments, students examine connections between their work in other courses and ASU 121.
PHI 103
Principals of Sound Reasoning
Class examines fallacies, validity, and soundness of arguments. May include syllogistic, elementary symbolic, inductive logic, and scientific method.
TWC 214
Special Topics
Class about "Telling Stories with Data."

Tempe campus fall classes

Fall classesDescription
ASU 120
Emerging Leaders I
Designed to help students learn how to think critically and manage a project from inception to completion. Through course discussions and assignments, students examine connections between their work in other courses and ASU 120.
COM 100
Introduction to Human Communication
Topics-oriented introduction to basic theories, dimensions, and concepts of human communicative interaction and behavior.
POS 110
American Government and Politics
Major institutions of modern government and processes of individual and group political activity, with emphasis on the American experience.
UNI 110
Critical Reading and Thinking
Class that prepares students to be successful in college-level academics and helps them improve their critical reading and critical thinking skills. 

West

West campus spring classes

Spring classesDescription
ASU 121
Emerging Leaders II
Designed to help students learn how to think critically and manage a project from inception to completion. Through course discussions and assignments, students examine connections between their work in other courses and ASU 121.
ARS 102
Art Renaissance to Modernism
History of Western art from the Renaissance to 20th-century modernism.
ENG 101
First-Year Composition
Class depending on placement.
ENG 102
First-Year Composition
Critical reading and writing; emphasizes strategies of academic discourse.
SOC 101
Introductory Sociology
Class for CONHI and Health Solutions students that covers the fundamentals of sociology, organization of human groups and society, processes of interaction, and social change. 
SWU 171
Introduction to Social Work
Class for Public Service students that examines the descriptive and historical perspectives of social problems, social justice issues and society's response to them. 

West campus fall classes

Fall classesDescription
ASU 120
Emerging Leaders I
Designed to help students learn how to think critically and manage a project from inception to completion. Through course discussions and assignments, students examine connections between their work in other courses and ASU 120.
CRJ 100
Introduction to Criminal Justice
Class for Public Service students that examines the history and current practice of the criminal justice system. Roles of law enforcement agencies, courts and correctional agencies.
ENG 101
First-Year Composition
Class depending on placement.
PSY 101
Introduction to Psychology
Class covers major areas of theory and research in psychology. Requires participation in department-sponsored research or an educationally equivalent alternative activity. 
UNI 110
Critical Reading and Thinking
Class that prepares students to be successful in college-level academics and helps them improve their critical reading and critical thinking skills. 
WAC 101
Introduction to Academic Writing
Class depending on placement.