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Bethel offers many majors, minors, and endorsements and courses for you to explore. Check out the program requirements in the catalog to start on a major or explore areas of interest.

Bethel also has a number of face-to-face courses that commonly fulfill high school graduation requirements for our PSEO and dual enrollment students. This list can give you a good starting place when working out graduation requirements (these are commonly used courses but the course catalog may have other options as well). Be sure to double check all courses with your high school counselor to make sure they'll satisfy your high school credit requirements. 

High school Subject High school Emphasis Bethel course that commonly fills this requirement (confirm with your high school counselor before registering)
Subject & Code Title Bethel Credits
Writing GES 160 Inquiry Seminar 3
ENW 100A Creative Writing 3
ENW 115 Reporting I 3
Literature ENL 100 Great Writers: An Introduction to Literature 4
ENL 102 Survey of British Literature I 4
ENL 215U World Literature 3
Social Studies Economics ECO 201 Principles of Economics 4
History GES 130* Christianity and Western Culture* 4
GES 145 Humanities I: Greco-Roman through Middle Ages (Fall semester.) 4
GES 147 Humanities II: Renaissance and Reformation (Interim. Prerequisite: GES 145) 4
GES 244 Humanities III: European Enlightment and American Culture to 1877 (Spring semester. Prerequisite: GES 147) 4
Political Science POS 100 American Politics and Government 3
Geography GEO 120 Introduction to Geography 3
Science For Science, check: is a particular science course needed for my major? Will it also fulfill my high school science requirement?
Biology BIO 104 and BIO 104D Human Biology (Lecture and Lab) 4 (3 lecture + 1 lab)
ENS 104 and ENS 104D Environment and Humanity (Lecture and Lab) 4 (3 lecture + 1 lab)
Chemistry CHE 101 and CHE 101D Introduction to Chemistry (Lecture and Lab) 4 (3 lecture + 1 lab)
Other PHY 102 and PHY 102D Concepts in Physics (Lecture and Lab) 4 (3 lecture + 1 lab)
PHY 112 Astronomy (Lecture and Lab) 4 (3 lecture + 1 lab)
Phy Ed PEA 1xxQ Any Q (Leisure and Lifetime Sport) course 1-3
Math For Math, check: is a particular math course needed for my major? Will it also fulfill my high school math requirement?
Statistics MAT 207M Statistical Analysis 3 credits
HAS 250M Statistics and Research Methods in Applied Health Sciences 3 credits
PSY 230M Introduction to Statistical Methods and Experimental Design 4 credits
Calculus MAT 123M** Pre-Calculus 3 credits
MAT 124M** Calculus 1 4 credits
General Math MAT 101M Mathematics for the 21st Century 3 credits
Other This area is normally fulfilled by electives.