- AE 4800 - Aerospace Engineering Project
- BLS 3050 - Intro Adults w/Disabilities-HCDI
- CCE 4850 - CCE Senior Design ProjectPS
- CS 4910 - Soft Sys Dev II: Impl, Test
- ECE 4820 - Elect/Computer Engrg Desgn II
- ECON 3190 - Environmental EconPS
- EDMM 4910 - Multidisciplinary Sr Proposal
- ENGL 3050 - Prof Writing: Work & Culture
- ENGL 3060 - Rhetoric, Writing, & Amer Cult
- ENGL 4090 - Writing in the Sciences
- ENVS 4150 - Environmental LawPS
- ES 3950 - School And SocietyDI
- FCS 4120 - Family PolicyPS
- FIN 3010 - Financial Coaching
- GEOS 4350 - Sedimentation & Stratigraphy
- HNRS 3301 - Jazz, Blues, & Harlem RenaissDI
- HNRS 4300 - Civil Rights and JazzDI
- HSV 4780 - U.S. Health Policy
- IEE 4190 - IEE Senior Design
- ME 4800 - Mech Engr Proj
- NUR 4310 - Community Based NursingPS
- PADM 3000 - Foundations of Nonprofit MgtDI
- PH 4320 - Public Hlth Intervention Strat
- PSCI 3040 - Intro Public Policy
- PSCI 4240 - Environmental LawPS
- PSY 3456 - Behavioral Appr SustainabilityPS
Level 3: Connections
For the Connections Level requirements, you will select two (2) courses:
Local and National Perspectives
In these courses, you will apply ethical, critical and informed thought within and across disciplines. Select one (1) course from the Local and National Perspectives column below.
Developing global and international knowledge, problem-solving, and understanding will give you the world perspective demanded in industry today. Select one (1) course from the Global Perspectives column below.
The courses and descriptions listed below are for the Spring 2022 through Fall 2022 semesters. For a complete list of WMU Essential Studies courses, access the PDF. Enrolled students can also access descriptions by logging into GoWMU and accessing DegreeWorks.
DI Courses designated as DI fulfill the Diversity and Inclusion requirement.
PS Courses designated as PS fulfill the Planetary Sustainability requirement.