London - AIFS
Richmond: The American International University in London

English Composition (C1)
English composition (C2)
  • COM 304 Research and Writing Methods
  • ENG 215 Principles of Academic Research
  • SSC 304 Research and Writing Methods
Speech (SP)
Mathematics (MA)
  • MTH 114 Calculus with Analytical Geometry I
  • MTH 115 Basic Calculus with Applications
  • MTH 118 Probability and Statistics I
Western Civilization (WC)
  • HST 101 World Cultural History I
  • HST 102 World Cultural History II
Non-Western Civilization (NW)
  • HST 102 World Cultural History II
  • HST/PLT 324 Politics of the Middle East
  • HST 338 Modern Japan: 19th-20th Centuries
  • PLT 324 Politics of the Middle East
  • PLT 382 Politics of Sub-Saharan Africa
  • PLT 384 Modern China
Fine Arts (FA)
  • ARH 349 British Art and Architecture
  • ARH 351 Museums and Galleries of London: The Cultures of Display
  • ARH 352 Art in Context
  • ARH 354 The Renaissance: New Perspectives
  • THR 320 World Theatre
Human Values - Literature (HL)
  • LIT 280 Literary Studies
  • LIT 341 Postcolonial Women's Writing
Human Values - Philosophical (HP)
  • PHL 203 Introduction to Philosophy
  • RLG 300 Comparative World Religions
Cultural Diversity (CD)
  • PLT 331 Ethnicity and Identity
Social Forces (SF)
  • ECN 210 Introduction to Microeconomics
  • ECN 211 Introduction to Macroeconomics
  • HIS 319 Cultures of Imperial Power
  • INR 306 Human Rights
  • PLT 150 Introduction to Politics and Government
  • PLT 331 Ethnicity and Identity
  • PLT 348 Gender, Politics, and International Relations
  • PSY 151 Introduction to Psychology I
  • SCL 150 Introduction to Sociology
  • SCL 210 Gender and Culture
  • SCL 301 Modern Britain
  • SCL 305 Minority and Ethnic Relations
Fundamental Concepts in Sciences (FS)
  • BIO 113 Biology
  • CHM 113 Chemistry
Science & Technology in the Contemporary World (TS)
  • ENV 111 Our Physical World: An Indroduction to Geoscience
  • ENV 113 Energy: A Global Perspective
NO General Education Credit
  • ENG 370 Creative Writing Towards a Collection-No C2 credit
  • INR 203  Introduction to International Relations-No NW Credit
  • LIT 324 Travel Writing-No C2 Credit
  • LIT/THR 337 & 338 Shakespeare and His World I and II-No HL Credit

 

If a course that you are interested in taking is not listed above, please provide a detailed course description and syllabus (if available) to Dr. Kelly McConnaughay for general education credit evaluation. You may e-mail the information to Dr. McConnaughay at kdm@bradley.edu or bring it to Bradley Hall 226.

Please note that approved general education credit courses may not be offered by programs of study every semester.