Staffordshire - Keele University

English Composition (C1)
English composition (C2)
Speech (SP)
Mathematics (MA)
  • MAT-10039:  Calculus I
  • MAT-10040:  Algebra II
  • MAT-10041:  Calculus II
Western Civilization (WC)
  • HIS-10033:  Anglo-Saxon England
  • HIS-10037:  Local History:  Medieval and Early Modern Periods
Non-Western Civilization (NW)
Fine Arts (FA)
  • ENG-10029:  Playing Parts:  Studying Drama and Poetry
  • FIL-10001:  Reading Film*
  • FIL-10002:  Approaches to Film
  • MUS-10033:  Twentieth-Century Musics
  • MUS-10034:  Introduction to Composition
Human Values - Literature (HL)
  • AMS-10025:  Starting Out:  An Introduction to American Literature
  • AMS-10027:  Transatlantic Gothic:  Studies in Nineteenth-Century English and American Literature
  • ENG-10022:  Poetry Through Practice
  • ENG-10023:  Fiction Through Practice
  • ENG-10026:  Reading Literature
  • ENG-10027:  Becoming a Critic
  • ENG-10028:  Telling Tales:  An Introduction to Narrative Fiction
  • FIL-10001:  Reading Film*
Human Values - Philosophical (HP)
  • PHI-10011:  How to Think
  • PHI-10013:  Moral Philosophy
  • PIR-10045:  Justice, Authority and Power*
Cultural Diversity (CD)
  • AMS-10024:  New York, New York:  An Introduction to American Culture
Social Forces (SF)
  • ECO-10019:  Households, Firms and Government
  • ECO-10025:  The British and Global Economy
  • ESC-10033:  Geology:  Rocks - Up Close
  • ESC-10034:  Geology:  Time & Space
  • ESC-10035:  Geographical Skills
  • ESC-10041:  People and the Environment*
  • GEG-10013:  Human Geographies
  • HIS-10026:  History, Media, Memory:  The Presentation of the Pasat in Contemporary Culture
  • HIS-10029:  Modern History
  • MDS-10010:  Understanding Culture
  • MDS-10018:  Mediated World
  • PIR-10038:  Why Politics Matters
  • PIR-10039:  Debates in American Politics
  • PIR-10041:  Introduction to International Relations
  • PIR-10043:  The Changing World:  A History of International Relations Since 1945
  • PIR-10045:  Justice, Authority and Power*
  • PIR-10046:  British Politics Since 1945
  • PIR-10047:  The Politics of Sustainability
  • PIR-10055:  Modern Democracies
  • PIR-10058:  Introduction to Global Political Economy
  • PIR-10060:  Securing Global Order
  • PSY-20012:  Developmental and Social Psychology
  • PSY-10017:  Cognitive Psychology
  • PSY-10018:  Individuals in Society
  • PSY-10022:  Psychology and Community Action
  • SOC-10009:  Social Inequalities in the Contemporary World
  • SOC10012:  Researching British Society
Fundamental Concepts in Sciences (FS)
  • CHE-10044:  Introductory Environmental Chemistry
  • CHE-10047:  Chemical Concepts and Structure
  • CHE-10048:  Practical and Professional Chemistry 
    Skills I
  • CHE-10049:  Practical & Professional Chemistry 
    Skills II
  • CHE-10050:  Chemical Properties and Reactions
  • CSC-10029:  Fundamentals of Computing
  • ESC-10036:  Geology:  Planet Earth
  • ESC-10037:  Geology:  Rocks, Mineral and Fossils
  • ESC-10039:  Fundamentals of Physical Geography
  • ESC-10041:  People and the Environment*
  • LSC-10027:  Metabolism:  Major Metabolic Pathways
  • LSC-10031:  Cell and Molecular Biology
  • LSC-10032:  Genetics and Evolution
  • LSC-10033:  Ecology and Environment
  • LSC-10034:  Natures Tools:  Proteins and Enzymes
  • LSC-10036:  Cells and Organelles:  Biochemical Aspects of Cell Biology
  • LSC-10037:  Diversity of Life
  • LSC-10038:   Information and Inheritance
  • LSC-10039:  Human Physiology and Pathology 
  • PHY-10022:  Mechanics, Gravity and Relativity
  • PHY-10024:  Nature of Matter
Science & Technology in the Contemporary World (TS)
NO General Education Credit

 *  May only be used to satisfy one general education category requirement

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.