Explore the Programs at Miami Dade College

General Education Core Course Options MDC Course Equivalence
Communication courses must afford students the ability to communicate effectively, including the ability to write clearly and engage in public speaking.
ENC X101 English Composition I ENC1101 Syllabus
Humanities courses must afford students the ability to think critically through the mastering of subjects concerned with human culture, especially literature, history, art, music and philosophy, and must include selections from the Western canon.
ARH X000 Art Appreciation ARH 1000 Syllabus
HUM X020 Introduction to Humanities HUM 1020 Syllabus
LIT X000 Introduction to Literature LIT 2000 Syllabus
MULX010 Music Literature/Music Appreciation MUL 1010 Syllabus
PHI X010 Introduction to Philosophy PHI 2010 Syllabus
THE X000 Theatre Appreciation THE 2000 Syllabus
Mathematics courses must afford students a mastery of foundational mathematical and computation models and methods by applying such models and methods in problem solving.
MAC X105 College Algebra MAC 1105 Syllabus
MAC X311 Calculus I MAC 2311 Syllabus
MGF X106 Liberal Arts Mathematics I MGF 1106 Syllabus
MGF X107 Liberal Arts Mathematics II MGF 1107 Syllabus
STA X023 Statistical Methods STA 2023 Syllabus
Natural Sciences
Natural science courses must afford students the ability to critically examine and evaluate the principles of the scientific method, model construction and use the scientific method to explain natural experiences and phenomena.
AST X002 Descriptive Astronomy AST 1002 Syllabus
BSC X005 General Biology BSC 1005 Syllabus
BSC X010 General Biology I BSC 2010 Syllabus
BSC X085 Anatomy and Physiology I BSC 2085 Syllabus
CHM X020 Chemistry for Liberal Studies CHM 1020 Syllabus
CHM X045 General Chemistry I CHM 1045 Syllabus
ESC X000 Introduction to Earth Science ESC 1000 Syllabus
EVR X001 Introduction to Environmental Science EVR 1001 Syllabus
PHY X020 Fundamentals of Physics PHY 1020 Syllabus
PHY X048 General Physics with Calculus PHY 2048 Syllabus
PHY X053 General Physics I PHY 2053 Syllabus
Social Sciences
Social science courses must afford students an understanding of the basic social and behavioral science concepts and principles used in the analysis of behavior and past and present social, political and economic issues.
AMH X020 Introductory Survey Since 1877 AMH 2020 Syllabus
ANT X000 Introduction to Anthropology ANT 2000 Syllabus
ECO X013 Principles of Macroeconomics ECO 2013 Syllabus
POS X041 American Government POS 2041 Syllabus
PSY X012 Introduction to Psychology PSY 2012 Syllabus
SYG X000 Principles of Sociology SYG 2000 Syllabus