​​CORE+ Approved Courses

Below is the list of approved CORE+ Course through Wave 9.



C1 Outcome: 

Students will use scientific inquiry to interpret data, solve problems, or draw conclusions, in disciplines such as, but not limited to, Anatomy, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Physics, and Physiology. 


BIOL102 – Introduction to the Biological Sciences 

BIOL201 – Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology 

CHEM111 – Basic Chemistry 

CHEM130 – General Chemistry I 

CSCI191 – Visual Basic Programming 

CSCI192 – Introductory Java Programming 

ESOH240 – Energy for a Sustainable Future 

FORS201 – Forensic Science 

GEOL120 – Introduction to Geology 

PHYS100 – Astronomy 

PHYS150 – Conceptual Physics 

PHYS250 – General Physics I/Lecture 




C2 Outcome: 

Students will use methods in mathematics, statistics, or logic to interpret data, solve problems, and draw conclusions, in College Algebra, Pre-Calculus, Trigonometry, Calculus, Statistics, and Formal/Symbolic Logic. MATH 110 or its equivalent is prerequisite for courses in this Outcome. 


MATH130 – Practical Perspectives in Math 

MATH132 – Applied Mathematical Analysis 

MATH133 – Applied Calculus 

MATH138 – College Algebra 

MATH139 – Trigonometry 

MATH140 – Precalculus 

MATH141 – Calculus I 

MATH205 – Mathematics for Early Childhood Teachers I – Passed UC 4-30-18 (retroactive fall 2017) 

MATH215 – Mathematics for Middle School Teachers and Intervention Specialists I – Passed UC 4-30-18 (retroactive fall 2017) 

MATH221 - Integrated Statistical Analysis 

MATH223 – Applied Statistics and Data Analysis 




C3 Outcome: 

Students will apply relevant terms, concepts, and histories to critically analyze political, social, religious, philosophical, or economical systems, in disciplines such as, but not limited to, Communication, Economics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. 


ANTH210 – Cultural Anthropology 

BLMC280 – Linguistics and English Grammar 

CJUS220 – Introduction to Criminological Theory
ECON199 – Introduction to Economic Thinking 

ECON200 – Principles of Macroeconomics 

GERN241 – The Psychology of Aging 

GERN242 – The Sociology of Aging 

HIST101 – Introduction to History 

HIST110 – History of the United States to 1865 

HIST111 – History of the United States since 1865 

HIST120 – Selected Themes in the History of Civilization 

HIST150 – The Ascent of Civilization to 476 A.D. 

HIST151 – Global History, C. 500 B.C. to C. 1780 A.D. 

HIST152 – Global History, 1780 to present 

HIST220 – European Civilization from 476-1648 

HIST221 – European Civilization since 1648 

HIST242 – World War II 

HIST248 – Film and History 

HIST260 – The History of Women in America 

HUMN100 – Approaches to the Humanities 

PBAD205 – Introduction to Public Administration 

PHIL220 – Ethical Issues in the Modern World 

PHIL221 – Health Care Ethics 

PHIL224 – Ethics and Technology 

PHIL226 – Business Ethics 

PHIL228 – Ethics and Education 

PHIL230 – Sports Ethics 

PHIL233 – Social and Political Thought 

PHIL240 – Media Ethics 

PLAW230 – International and Comparative Law 

POLS100 – Introduction to Political Science 

POLS110 – American Politics 

POLS111 – State and Local Politics 

PSYC100 – General Psychology 

SOCI220 – Contemporary Social Problems 

SOCI225 – Juvenile Delinquency 



O1 Outcome: 

Students will demonstrate oral communication skills for a variety of workplaces and disciplines, in courses such as, but not limited to, COMM 110 or 211. 


COMM110 – Principles of Speech 

COMM211 – Argumentation and Debate 

THEA150 – Acting I 



O2 Outcome: 

Students will evaluate information for reliability and legitimacy, and demonstrate rhetorical skills in written texts for academic and professional environments, in courses such as, but not limited to, ENGL 202, 272, 282, 302, 305, and 306. ENGL 104, 145, and 106, or their equivalents, are prerequisite for courses in this Outcome. 


ENGL202 – Writing and Literature 

ENGL272 – Introduction to Technical Communication 

ENGL282 – Introduction to Writing for the Sciences 

ENGL292 – Advanced Writing – Passed UC 3-12-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the O2 outcome) 

ENGL295 – E-Rhetoric and Writing – Passed UC 3-12-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the O2 outcome) 

ENGL296 – E-Literature and Writing – Passed UC 3-12-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the O2 outcome) 

ENGL302 – Advanced Writing 

ENGL305 – E-Rhetoric and Writing 

ENGL306 – E-Literature and Writing 



O3 Outcome: 

Students will demonstrate competency in broadly applicable current technologies, in courses such as, but not limited to, CSCI 148, 149, 150, or 190. 


ART205 – Introduction to Digital Design 

CSCI148 – Educational Technology 

CSCI149 – Computer Concepts for Business 

CSCI150 – Digital Literacy for the Liberal Arts 

CSCI190 – Digital Literacy for the Sciences 



R1 Outcome: 

Students will identify the similarities and differences among individuals, groups, societies, and/orlanguages to apply and integrate these multicultural perspectives for interaction in a diverse world, in disciplines such as, but not limited to, History of Art, Dance, Film, Music, or Theater; Languages; Ethics; History; Literature; Philosophy; Religion; or Ethnic or Gender Studies. 


BLMC156 – American Sign Language (ASL) I 

BLMC160 – Deaf Culture in the United States 

BLMC220 – Introduction to Culture: Bridging Differences 

BLMC240 – Introduction to International Studies 

BLMC255 – American Sign Language (ASL) II 

COMM218 – Intercultural Communication 

EDUC151 – Ethnicity 

FREN125 – Elementary French I 

FREN130 – Elementary French II 

GEND200 – Introduction to Gender Studies 

GERM120 – Elementary German I 
GERM121 – Elementary German II 

GERN210 – Gender and Aging 

JAPN120 – First-Year Japanese I 

JAPN121 – First-Year Japanese II 

JAPN220 – Second-Year Japanese I 

JAPN221 – Second-Year Japanese II 

RELI200 – Religions of India and Tibet 

RELI201 – Religions of China and Japan 

RELI220 – The Islamic Tradition 

SOCI250 – Human Diversity in America 

SPAN120 – Elementary Spanish I 

SPAN121 – Elementary Spanish II 

SPAN150 – Spanish for Professionals 

SPAN220 – Intermediate Spanish I 

SPAN221 – Intermediate Spanish II 



R2 Outcome: 

Students will evaluate relationships between humans and the natural world and demonstrate responsible stewardship of natural resources in disciplines such as, but not limited to, Biology, Chemistry, and Environmental Science, or in disciplines such as, but not limited to, Economics, Political Science, and Sociology. 


BIOL100- An Integrated Approach to the Sciences 

BIOL180 – Oceanus 

BIOL236 – Natural History and Conservation – Passed UC 4-3-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the R2 outcome) 

ESOH100 – Environment and Society 

GEOG101 – Economic Geography 

GEOG200 – Human Geography 

GEOL205 –Surficial Earth Systems 

PHIL235 – Environmental/Animal Ethics 



R3 Outcome: 

Students will apply principles of value and civic duty in a wide range of settings, including their relationship to local and global communities and the social, political, and cultural issues therein, in disciplines such as, but not limited to, Communication, Economics, Political Science, Psychology, and Sociology. 


CJUS101 – Introduction to Criminal Justice 

COMM216 – Interpersonal Communication 

ECON201 – Principles of Microeconomics 

GERN200 – The Aging Process 

HIST234 – Introduction to Museum Studies – Passed UC 4-30-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the R3 outcome) 

PLAW100 – Introduction to Law 

POLS202 – Comparative Politics 

POLS203 – International Relations 

SOWK101 – Introduction to Social Work 

SOWK170 – Topics in Social Work 



E1 Outcome: 

Students will evaluate questions of meaning, faith, and vocation in light of enduring religious and philosophical texts and traditions, in courses such as, but not limited to, RELI 101, 102, 235, 240, or PHIL 100, 210, or 270. 


PHIL100 – Introduction to Philosophy 

PHIL210 – Philosophy of Religion 

PHIL270 – Existentialism 

RELI101 – Introduction to Religion 

RELI102 – The Jewish and Christian Traditions 

RELI235 – The Old Testament 

RELI240 – The New Testament 



E2 Outcome: 

Students will articulate and defend aesthetic arguments or craft expressive work within larger historical or modern contexts, in disciplines such as, but not limited to, History of Art, Dance, Film, Music, or Theater; or Literature. 


ART100 – Art Appreciation 

ART110 – 2D Visual Fundamentals 

ART111 – 3D Design in Crafts 

ART210 – Introduction to Drawing 

ART211 – Drawing: Media and Concepts 

ART213 – Film Photography 

ART216 – Digital Photography 

ART220 – History of Art 1 

ART221 – History of Art II 

ART225 – Watercolor and Works on Paper 

ART226 – Sculpture 

ART227 – Ceramics 

ART228 – Printmaking 

ART229 – Painting 

COMM180 – Introduction to Digital Media 

COMM270 – Film and Society 

ENGL 150 – Literature Appreciation 

ENGL208 – Creative Writing 

ENGL235 – Topics in Literature 

ENGL298 – Social Dimensions of Language 

MUSC220 – Rock Music Styles 

MUSC233 – Survey of Jazz 

MUSC234 – Music Appreciation 

PHIL225 – Beauty and Value 

THEA100 – Introduction to Theatre 

THEA102 – Introduction of Theatre Design 

THEA110 – Stage Technology 

THEA230 – Creative Drama 



E3: CORE Elective:

Students will demonstrate the disposition of UF graduates to pursue meaningful lives and productive careers by completing any additional three-semester-hour 100- or 200-level CORE-approved course from the 11 CORE Outcomes listed above. U1 and U2 cannot be used as electives. 



U1 Outcome 

Students will engage in reflective summative study in a capstone course, and/or engage in on- or off-campus experiential learning (undergraduate research, service learning, internships, study abroad), for three to six semester hours of coursework. 


ACCT499 – Accounting Internship 

ANSC133 – Practical Animal Handling I: Equine 

ANSC134 - Practical Animal Handling II: Food Animals 

ANSC351L - Beef Production and Management/Lab 

ANSC352L - Dairy Production and Management/Lab 

ANSC353L - Sheep Production and Management/Lab 

ANSC354L - Swine Production and Management/Lab 

ANSC355L - Horse Production and Management/Lab 

ANSC470 – Research in Animal Science 

ANSC480 – Internship 

ANTH499 - Anthropological Research 

ART 495 – Professional Practices in Art 

BIOL360 – Field Experience Practicum 

BIOL415 – Field Biology 

BIOL422 – Special Investigations 

BIOL498 – Senior Biology Seminar 

BLMC270 – Cross-Cultural Communication 

BLMC330 – International Living/Study/Internship 

BLMC480 – Practicum/Fieldwork in TESOL 

BLMC495 – Senior TESOL Capstone Project 

BUAD 201 – Leadership and Development: Professional Development – Passed UC 4-30-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the U1 outcome) 

BUAD 301 – Leadership and Development: Community Engagement – Passed UC 4-30-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the U1 outcome) 

BUAD 401 – Leadership and Development: Leadership Capstone– Passed UC 4-30-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the U1 outcome) 

CHEM499 – Supervised Research 

CJUS 490 – Internship in Criminal Justice – Passed UC 4-30-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the U1 outcome) 

COMM308 - Media Effects 

COMM410 – Senior Assessment 

COMM428 – Communication Arts Internship 

CSCI480 – Software Engineering 

CSCI496 – Information Assurance Capstone 

CSCI497 – Capstone Project 

CSCI498 – Internship in Computer Science 

DMSE425 – Clinical Education I 

DMSG420 – Clinical Education 

DMSV425 – Clinical Education I 

EDUC418 – Capstone Seminar for Middle Childhood, Adolescent/Young Adult, Multi-Age 

EDUC478 – Career Professionalism for Early Childhood 

ENGL480 – Practicum/Fieldwork in English 

ENGL492 – Capstone Seminar in English 

ESOH315 - Environmental Sampling and Field Analytical Methods 

ESOH490 - Internship in Environmental, Safety, and Occupational Health Management 

ESOH496- Environmental, Safety, or Occupational Health Research 

EQST421- Advanced Horse Training III 

EQST422 – Advanced Horse Training IV 

EQST423 - Advanced English Riding and Training II 

EQST424 – Advanced English Riding and Training III 

EQST480 – Internship 

FORS490 - Internship in Forensic Science 

GERN400 – Internship 

GERN425 – Gerontology Ethics 

HCMG450 – Integrated Concepts in Healthcare Management 

HIST496 – Senior Seminar 

HPE484- Research in Health and Human Performance 

HPE485 – Experiential Learning in Health and Human Performance 

JAPN240 – Experiences in Japanese 

JAPN499 – Study/Internship Japan 

MRKT499 – Marketing Internship 

MTCC461 – Laboratory Operations I – Passed UC 4-30-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the U1 outcome) 

MTCC462 – Laboratory Operations II– Passed UC 4-30-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the U1 outcome) 

MTCC463 – Laboratory Operations III– Passed UC 4-30-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the U1 outcome) 

MTON 468 – Clinical Laboratory Practicum 

MTON469 – Clinical Hematology Practicum 

NMED485 – Clinical Nuclear Medicine I 

NURS299 – Foundations of Nursing Practice 

PECT475 – Clinical PET/CT I 

PHAR391 – Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience I 

PHAR392 – Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience II 

PHAR406 – Directed Research in Pharmacy 

PHAR491 – Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience III 

PHAR492 – Introduction to Pharmacy Practice Experience IV 

PHIL492 – Capstone Course 

PHTH543 – Introduction to Physical Therapy Practice – Passed UC 4-30-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a fall 2017 entering student wishes to use this class for the U1 outcome) 

PLAW420 – Legal Research and Writing 

POLS495 – Seminar in Political Science CORE+ approved courses – through Wave 9 
PVET490 – Clinic Internship 

PSYC428 – Senior Capstone Seminar 

RELI390 – Travel Seminar in Religious Studies 

SOWK310 – Field Placement I 

SPAN499 - Study/Internship in a Spanish-Speaking Country 

SPED 485 – Capstone Seminar for Intervention Specialists 

THEA409 – Professional Internship 

THEA490 – Individual Study 

THEA495 – Theatre Seminar 

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U2 Outcome 

And, for no more than three semester hours, students will: 

• perform or create original expressive work, OR 

• articulate models promoting lifelong learning and wellbeing, OR 

• complete an additional CORE Elective (e.g. E3) 


ADDC100 – Alcohol and Other Drugs: The Fundamentals 

ADDC200 – Approaches to Addiction Treatment 

ART195 – Topics in Arts 

ART395 – Topics in the History of Art 

CJUS111 – Self Defense/ Stress Management 

COMM312 – Small Group Communication 

FNCE200 – Personal Finance 

HEPR150 – Introduction to Health Professions 

HPE100 – Wellness: Strategies for Life 

MUSC190 – Concert-Chorale (choir) 

MUSC191 – Concert Band 

MUSC192 – Orchestra 

MUSC250 – Topics in Music 

THEA210 - Theatre Practicum ​​