North Central College - Naperville, IL

ACR Courses

Updated Spring 2012 for 2012-13 academic year

Below you will find a listing of general education courses at North Central College that meet All-College Requirements (ACR) in three categories: Religion and Ethics; Intercultural Seminar; and Leadership, Ethics, and Values Seminar. Identified below are permanent courses that will meet the requirements for all offerings followed by a list of courses that only meet the requirements when the topic is appropriate.

Go to the Core Requirements page to find which courses fulfill the core components of North Central's general education requirements. You can jump to a specific ACR by selecting Religion and Ethics; Intercultural; or Leadership, Ethics, and Values.

Religion and Ethics ACR, may be completed within the core or ACR seminars:

GWS 230 Gender in the Judeo-Christian Tradition (same as REL 230)
GWS 235 Sexuality and Christianity (same as REL 235)
GWS 350 Gender and World Religions (same as REL 350)
HOI 102 History of Ideas I: Greek and Hebrew Thought
HOI 103 History of Ideas II: Roman and Christian Thought
HOI 201 History of Ideas III: Medieval and Renaissance Thought
HTB 310 Death and Dying (same as REL 310)
PHL 100 Introduction to Philosophy
PHL 110 Ethics
PHL 260 Ancient and Medieval Philosophy
PHL 360 Philosophy of Religion (same as REL 360)
REL 100 Introduction to Religion
REL 110 Introduction to Bible
REL 115 Christian Ethics
REL 125 Religious Ethics
REL 210 Old Testament
REL 215 The Evolution of God
REL 220 New Testament
REL 222 Violence, War, and Peace in the Bible
REL 225 Urban Ethics and Religion
REL 230 Gender in the Judeo-Christian Tradition (same as GWS 230)
REL 235 Sexuality and Christianity (same as GWS 235)
REL 240 Religion in the United States
REL 245 Religion and Film
REL 255 The Religions of India
REL 260 The Religions of China
REL 265 The Religions of Japan
REL 270 Judaism
REL 280 Islam and the Middle East
REL 310 Death and Dying (same as HTB 310)
REL 315 Buddhism
REL 325 Jesus and the Buddha in Dialogue
REL 330 Contemporary Christian Theologies
REL 350 Gender and World Religions (Same as GWS 350)
REL 355 The Historical Jesus
REL 360 Philosophy of Religion (same as PHL 360)
Individual sections of the following courses may be designated in the course schedule as meeting the requirement:
HOI 202 History of Ideas IV
HOI 203 History of Ideas V
PHL 290 Philosophic Inquiry
PHL 490 Philosophic Problems

Intercultural Seminar ACR: must be taken at North Central College and from a different discipline than the Leadership, Ethics, and Values Seminar.

BIO 300 Human Sexuality: A Clash of Values (same as GWS 301)
ECN 324 International Political Economy (same as PSC 324)
ENG 330 Multicultural Literature of North America
ENG 340 Global Films
ENG 380 Global Literature
ENG 390 Sacred Texts as Literature
GLS 362 D-Term Study Abroad
GLS 363 Seminar in Costa Rica (study abroad program in Costa Rica)
GLS 365 Topics in International Studies
GLS 367 Modern Britain (study abroad program in London)
GLS 387 Seminar in China and Japan (study abroad program in China and Japan)
GLS 492 Seminar in Global Studies
GWS 301 Human Sexuality: A Clash of Values (same as BIO 300)
GWS 350 Gender and World Relgions (same as REL 350)
GWS 390 Intercultural Seminar in Gender and Women's Studies
HPE 360 Sport in Society (same as SOA 360)
HST 330 East Asian Thought
HST 348 The Age of Discovery: Europe 1300-1700
HST 370 Seminar in Global History
HST 385 The World Wars of the 20th Century
LEV 350 Ethnic and Religious Conflict Resolution
MCL 390 Topics in Language and Culture
MUS 380 Ethnomusicology
PHL 361 Science & Religion: Conflict or Dialogue? (Same as REL 361)
PSC 324 International Political Economy (same as ECN 324)
PSY 310 Cultural Psychology (same as SOA 310)
REL 315 Buddhism
REL 325 Jesus and the Buddha in Dialogue
REL 345 Religion, Ritual, and Symbol (Same as SOA 345)
REL 350 Gender and World Religions (same as GWS 350)
REL 361 Science & Religion: Conflict or Dialogue? (Same as PHL 361)
REL 375 Topics in Religious Ethics
SOA 310 Cultural Psychology (same as PSY 310)
SOA 345 Religion, Ritual, and Symbol(same as REL 345)
SOA 360 Sport in Society (same as HPE 360)
SOA 363 Mexico and Its Neighbors (Same as HST 363)
SOA 421 Indigenous Peoples and the State
SPC 317 Intercultural Communication
THE 363 Classical Asian Theatre
USS 300 Urban and Suburban Studies
Individual sections of the following courses may be designated in the course schedule as meeting the requirement:
IDS 460 Seminar
IDS 490 Seminar

Leadership, Ethics, and Values Seminar ACR: must be taken at North Central College and from a different discipline than the Intercultural Seminar ACR.

ACC 470 Auditing and Attestation
BCM 465 Advanced Topics in Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Microbiology
BIO 405 Animal Behavior
BIO 416 Environmental Biology
BIO 430 Developmental Genetics
BUS 378 Sales and Sales Management
CSC 495 Capstone Seminar
EDN 411 Teacher Leadership in the Learning Environment
EDN 475 History and Philosophy of Education
ENG 460 Seminar in Special Topics
ENV 300 Modern Environmental Issues
FIN 370 Wealth Management
FRN 338 Vichy France
GWS 312 Women and American Politics (same as PSC 312)
GWS 395 Leadership, Ethics, and Values Seminar in GWS
HST 392 Holocaust (same as HTB 392)
HST 470 Capstone Seminar
HTB 392 Holocaust (same as HST 392)
HTB 490 Leadership, Ethics, and Values in Sport and Fitness
LEV 301 Servant Leadership
LEV 325 Leadership and Place (Same as USS 325)
LEV 390 Seminar on Leadership Theory
PHL 344 Religion and the Political Order (same as REL 344)
PSC 312 Women and American Politics (same as GWS 312)
PSC 313 Politics of Race, Gender, and Class
PSC 336 Civil Rights, Liberties, and Justice
PSY 330 Community Psychology
REL 344 Religion and the Political Order (same as PHL 344)
REL 355 The Historical Jesus
SCI 432 Science: Fact or Fiction
SOA 380 Social Class in American Society
THE 450 Senior Musical
USS 325 Leadership and Place (Same as LEV 325)
Individual sections of the following courses may be designated in the course schedule as meeting the requirement:
IDS 460 Seminar
IDS 490 Seminar