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…Bethel has a high reputation for scholastic achievement. As long as I am able, I will continue to support my alma mater.
Jacqui-Ann Doig, R.N., ’07

Hutchinson Articulation Agreement

Hutchinson Community College students who complete the following Competencies and Distribution requirements are presumed to satisfy the Bethel College competency and distribution general education requirements.

Competencies: Twelve hours

  • Writing: A grade of “B” or better in:
    • EN 102 English Composition II
  • Oral: A grade of “C” or better in one of the following:
    • SH 101 Public Speaking
    • SH 210 Interpersonal Communication
  • Mathematics: A grade of “C” or better in one of the following:
    • MA 105 Intermediate Algebra
    • MA 106 College Algebra

Distribution: Twenty-seven hours

  • Arts and Humanities: Nine hours from two different departments selected from the courses below:
    • AR 101 Art Appreciation
    • AR 102 Art History: Modern
    • AR 103 History of American Art
    • AR 104 Art History: Paleolithic-Medieval
    • AR 105 Art History: Renaissance-Modern
    • Art studio courses including drawing, painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, photography, or jewelry
    • EN 201 Introduction to Literature
    • EN 202 British Literature I
    • EN 203 British Literature II
    • EN 204 American Literature I
    • EN 205 American Literature II
    • EN 206 Contemporary Literature
    • EN 207 Introduction to Shakespeare
    • MU 101 Music Appreciation
    • Music ensembles: orchestra, band, choirs, jazz, etc.
    • MU 208 History of Art Music of Western World
    • PL 101 Introduction to Philosophy
    • PL 103 Introductory Logic
    • PL 104 Ethics
    • RE 101 New Testament Literature
    • RE 102 Old Testament Literature
    • RE 106 Introduction to World Religions
    • TH 115 Theater Appreciation
  • Science and Mathematics: Nine hours from two different departments selected from the courses below:
    • BI 101 General Biology
    • BI 102 Ecology of Environmental Problems
    • BI 104 Biology I
    • BI 105 Biology II
    • BI 112 General Microbiology
    • CH 101 General Chemistry
    • CH 105 Chemistry I
    • CH 106 Chemistry II
    • MA 110 Calculus
    • MA 111 Analytic Geometry with Calculus I
    • PY 101 Descriptive Astronomy
    • PY 103 Physical Geology
    • PY 110 Physical Science
    • PY 112 General Physics I
    • PY 113 General Physics II
  • Social Sciences: Nine hours from two different departments selected from the courses below:
    • EC 100 Macroeconomics
    • HI 101 American History: 1492-1865
    • HI 102 American History: 1865 to Present
    • HI 103 World History to 1600
    • HI 104 World History since 1600
    • PE 105 Personal and Community Health
    • PS 100 General Psychology
    • SO 100 Fundamentals of Sociology
    • SO 111 Cultural Anthropology

Core Requirements

All students who seek to earn a degree from Bethel College are required to complete a course that satisfies the Cross Cultural Learning requirement, a course that satisfies the Peace, Justice and Conflict requirement and attend Convocation. Additionally all seniors are required to take the Bethel College course BRL 457 Basic Issues of Faith and Life.

Foreign Language Requirements

Foreign language requirements are viewed as graduation requirements and not as general education. Eight hours of foreign language must be completed to earn the Bachelor of Arts degree.