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Cloud County Articulation Agreement

Cloud County 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 passing grade in CM 101 English Composition I
    • AND a grade of “B” or better in CM 102 English Composition II
  • Oral: A grade of “C” or better in:
    • CM 115 Public Speaking
  • Mathematics: A grade of “C” or better in one of the following:
    • MA 110 Intermediate Algebra
    • MA 111 College Algebra

Distribution: Twenty-seven hours

  • Arts and Humanities: Nine hours from two different departments selected from the courses below:
    • AR 100 Art Appreciation
    • Art studio courses including drawing, painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, photography, stained glass, or jewelry and metal smithing
    • AR 180 Survey of Art History I: Ancient to Medieval
    • AR 182 Survey of Art History: Medieval to Post Modern
    • CM 121 Introduction to Literature
    • CM 122 American Literature I
    • CM 123 American Literature II
    • CM 124 World Literature and the Human Experience
    • CM 126 Bible as Literature
    • CM 140 Introduction to Theater
    • CM 148 American Cinema Appreciation
    • HU 201 Humanities I
    • HU 202 Humanities II
    • MU 100 Music Appreciation
    • Music ensembles: orchestra, band, choirs, jazz, etc.
    • MU 102 World Music
    • PH 100 Introduction to Philosophy
    • PH 101 Introduction to Critical Thinking
    • RE 102 Contemporary Christian Thought
    • RE 103 Religion in Contemporary America
    • RE 104 World Religions
  • Science and Mathematics: Nine hours from two different departments selected from the courses below:
    • MA 120 Analytic Geometry and Calculus I
    • SC 101 General Biology
    • SC 103 Physical Science
    • SC 104 Geology
    • SC 105 General Astronomy
    • SC 110 Principles of Biology
    • SC 111 Microbiology
    • SC 129 Introduction to Chemistry
    • SC 130 General Chemistry
    • SC 131 Chemistry I
    • SC 140 College Physics I
    • SC 141 College Physics II
    • SC 142 University Physics I
    • SC 143 University Physics II
    • SC 199 General Zoology
  • Social Sciences: Nine hours from two different departments selected from the courses below:
    • EC 101 Economics I (macro)
    • PE 134 Personal and Community Health
    • SS 101 General Psychology
    • SS 107 Human Sexuality
    • SS 120 Western Civilization I
    • SS 121 Western Civilization II
    • SS 122 US History I
    • SS 123 US History II
    • SS 125 Introduction to Cultural Anthropology
    • SS 130 Introduction to Sociology

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.

About Bethel

As the first Mennonite college founded in North America, Bethel College celebrates a tradition of progressive Christian liberal arts education, diversity within community, and lifelong learning.