​​​​​​CORE+ Approved Courses

Below is the list of approved CORE+ Courses through Wave 25​.



C1 Outcome: 

Students will use scientific inquiry to interpret data, solve problems, or draw conclusions.

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 
CSCI194 – Introductory Python Programming 
ESOH240 – Energy for a Sustainable Future 
FORS201 – Forensic Science 
GEOL120 – Introduction to Geology 
PHYS100 – Astronomy PHYS150 – Conceptual Physics 
PHYS250 – General Physics I/Lecture 
PHYS252 – Calculus-Based Physics I 
PHYS260 – Physics for the Health Sciences​




C2 Outcome: 

Students will use methods in mathematics, statistics, or logic to interpret data, solve problems, and draw conclusions. 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.


ANTH210 – Cultural Anthropology 

BLMC280 – Linguistics and English Grammar 

CJUS220 – Introduction to Criminological Theory 

COMM170 – Media Literacy 

COMM200 – Sport Communication 

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 

POLS100 – Introduction to Political Science 

POLS110 – American Politics 

POLS111 – State and Local Politics 

PSYC100 – General Psychology 

RELI103 – Pop Culture and Religion: Methods and Theories in the Study of Religion 

SOCI220 – Contemporary Social Problems 

SOCI225 – Juvenile Delinquency



O1 Outcome: 

Students will demonstrate oral communication skills for a variety of workplaces and disciplines.

​​COMM110 – Principles of Speech
COMM150 – Introduction to Communication
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.​ ENGL 104, 145, and 106, or their equivalents, are prerequisite for courses in this Outcome. 


COMM251 – Newswriting – Passed UC 11-5-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a student who entered the institution under the 2017 Undergraduate Catalog wishes to use this class for the O2 outcome)

ENGL201 – Introduction to Public and Professional Writing

​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.


ART205 – Introduction to Digital Design
BIOL 250 – The Art of Microscopy
COMM 280 – Social and Digital Media
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/or languages to apply and integrate these multicultural perspectives for interaction in a diverse world. 


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. 


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)
EDUC 211 – Evaluating Human Impact on the Environment through Children’s and Early Adolescent Literature
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.


ANHS 215 (Previously HHP215) – Community and School Health Education​
BIOL293 – Biology and Society
CJUS101 – Introduction to Criminal Justice

COMM216 – Interpersonal Communication 

ECON201 – Principles of Microeconomics 

GERN200 – The Aging Process
HHP 215 -  Community and School Health Education (Renamed/Renumber in the same meeting from HHP 315 - Comprehensive School Health Education)

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.


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.​


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
ENGL205 – Introduction to Literature (Previously named ENGL150 – 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 

MUSC270 – Survey of American Musical Theatre

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 

ANHS 484 (Previously HHP484) – Research in Health and Human Performance 

​ANHS 485 (Previously HHP485) – Experiential Learning in Health and Human Performance​

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

BIOL331L – General Ecology

BIOL331L – Ecology Lab

BIOL360 – Field Experience Practicum

BIOL412L – Microbiology Lab

BIOL415 – Field Biology
BIOL422 – Independent Research​​

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) 

CHEM480 – Internship in Chemistry – Passed UC 11-5-18 (Office of the Registrar must be notified if a student who entered the institution under the 2017 Undergraduate Catalog 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
COMM 440 Organizational Communication

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 

HHP484- Research in Health and Human Performance 

HHP485 – Experiential Learning in Health and Human Performance 

JAPN240 – Experiences in Japanese 

JAPN499 – Study/Internship Japan

MATH330 – Mathematical Modeling 

MRKT499 – Marketing Internship
MTCC414 – Parasitology

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)
MTMH412 – Urinalysis: Lab
MTMH414 – Hematology and Hemostasis: Lab
MTMH416 – Microbiology: Lab
MTMH420 – Immunohematology: Lab
MTON 420 – Immunology Laboratory
MTON469 – Clinical Hematology Practicum
MTON470 – Blood Bank Practicum
MTON471 – Medical Chemistry Practicum
NMED485 – Clinical Nuclear Medicine I

NURS299 – Foundations of Nursing Practice ​

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 

ANHS 100 (Previously HHP100) – Wellness: Strategies for Life​

ART195 – Topics in Arts
ART395 – Topics in the History of Art
CJUS111 – Self Defense/ Stress Management
COMM312 – Small Group Communication
CSCI152 – Presentation Graphics
CSCI155 – Spreadsheet Design
CSCI157 – Database Applications
FNCE200 – Personal Finance

HEPR150 – Introduction to Health Professions 

HHP100 – Wellness: Strategies for Life 

MUSC190 – Concert-Chorale (choir) 

MUSC191 – Concert Band 

MUSC192 – Orchestra ​

MUSC 199 – Wind Ensemble​

MUSC250 – Topics in Music 

THEA210 - Theatre Practicum