The AUM Core Curriculum component of the undergraduate curriculum is designed to develop a shared experience of knowledge, skills, and values for all undergraduate students at the University. Because these courses are generally taken within the first two years at the University, the Core Curriculum provides an opportunity for students to explore concepts within the humanities, sciences and mathematics and the social sciences.
Through their core curriculum courses, students will develop competencies in the areas of:
These four broad general education goals are associated with six specific general education Student Learning Outcomes (SLO). Each course approved for the Core Curriculum focuses on helping students build the skills associated with at least one SLO. The approved Core courses listed below are grouped by the SLO they address. Courses ending in “7” are Honors courses.
Students will be able to formulate and support an assertion and organize major ideas to defend that assertion in written form.
ANTH 2110, COMM 2100, ENGL 1010, ENGL 1017, ENGL 1020, ENGL 1027, ENGL 2530, ENGL 2540, ENGL 2570, ENGL 2580, ENGL 2600, ENGL 2610, GEOG 2050, GEOG 2150, , HIST 1010, HIST 1020, HIST 1060, HIST 1070, HIST 2010, HIST 2020, HONR 1757, HONR 2757, PHIL 2000, PHIL 2010, PHIL 2100, POLS 2020, POLS 2200, PSYC 2110, RELI 2010, SOCI 2000, SOCI 2010, VISU 2030, VISU 2040
Students will be able to formulate and support an assertion and organize major ideas to defend that assertion in oral form.
COMM 1010, COMM 1017, COMM 2212, ENGL 1020, ENGL 1027, HONR 1757, HONR 2757, POLS 2020
Students will be able to clarify, analyze, evaluate, and extend arguments.
ANTH 2110, COMM 2100, ECON 2000, ECON 2010, ECON 2017, ECON 2020, ECON 2027, ENGL 1010, ENGL 1017, ENGL 1020, ENGL 1027, ENGL 2530, ENGL 2540, ENGL 2570, ENGL 2580, ENGL 2600, ENGL 2610, GEOG 2050, GEOG 2150, HIST 1010, HIST 1020, HIST 1060, HIST 1070, HIST 2010, HIST 2020, HONR 1757, HONR 2757, JUST 1270, MATH 1020, MATH 1050, MATH 1100, MATH 1120, MATH 1150, MATH 1610, MATH 1620, MATH 2630, MATH 2660, MATH 2670, PHIL 2000, PHIL 2010, PHIL 2030, PHIL 2100, POLS 2020, POLS 2200, PSYC 2110, RELI 2010, SOCI 2000, SOCI 2010
Students will be able to understand and apply methods and issues of science.
BIOL 1000/1001, BIOL 1010/1011, BIOL 1017/1018, BIOL 1020/1021, BIOL 1027/1028, BIOL 1050/1051, BIOL 2010/2011, BIOL 2100/2101, BIOL 2093, CHEM 1100/1101, CHEM 1200/1201, PHYS 2100/2101, PHYS 2200/2201, PSCI 1100/1101, PSCI 1300/1301, PSCI 1400/1401, PSCI 1500/1501
Students will be able to use quantitative reasoning to solve mathematical problems.
BIOL 2093, ECON 2000, ECON 2010, ECON 2017, ECON 2020, ECON 2027, MATH 1020, MATH 1050, MATH 1100, MATH 1120, MATH 1150, MATH 1610, MATH 1620, MATH 2630, MATH 2660, MATH 2670, PSYC 2110
Students will be able to demonstrate an understanding of aesthetic, historical, philosophical, and ethical issues of diverse communities
ANTH 2110, COMM 2100, ENGL 2570, ENGL 2580, ENGL 2600, ENGL 2610, FREN 1010, FREN 1020, FREN 2010, FREN 2020, GEOG 2050, GEOG 2150, GERM 1010, GERM 1020, GERM 2010, GERM 2020, HIST 1010, HIST 1020, HIST 1060, HIST 1070, HIST 2010, HIST 2020, HONR 1757, HONR 2757, MATH 1020, MUSI 2110, PHIL 2000, PHIL 2010, PHIL 2030, PHIL 2100, PSYC 2110, RELI 2010, SOCI 2000, SOCI 2010, SPAN 1010, SPAN 1020, SPAN 2010, SPAN 2020, THEA 2040, VISU 1000, VISU 2030, VISU 2040, VISU 2600
Students must also satisfy Core requirements in terms of broad academic areas. Approved Core courses below are grouped by four required academic areas.
ENGL 1010 English Composition I (3 hours)
ENGL 1017 English Composition I, Honors (3 hours)
ENGL 1020 English Composition II (3 hours)
ENGL 1027 English Composition II, Honors (3 hours)
HONR 1757 Honors Freshman Seminar (3 hours)
HONR 1857 Honors Freshman Seminar (3 hours)
1 A grade of C or better must be earned in each class.
Minimum of 3 semester hours Fine Arts
Minimum of 3 semester hours Humanities and Fine Arts Elective(s)
CHIN 1010 Elementary Mandarin Chinese I (4 hours)
CHIN 1020 Elementary Mandarin Chinese II (4 hours)
COMM 1010 Introduction to Human Communication (3 hours)
COMM 1017 Introduction to Human Communication, Honors (3 hours)
COMM 2100 Media and Culture (3 Hours)
COMM 2212 Public Speaking (3 hours)
ENGL 2530 Survey of English Literature I (3 hours)
ENGL 2540 Survey of English Literature II (3 hours)
ENGL 2570 Survey of American Literature I (3 hours)
ENGL 2580 Survey of American Literature II (3 hours)
ENGL 2600 Survey of World Literature I (3 hours)
ENGL 2610 Survey of World Literature II (3 hours)
FREN 1010 Elementary French I (4 hours)
FREN 1020 Elementary French II (4 hours)
FREN 2010 Intermediate French I (4 hours)
FREN 2020 Intermediate French II (4 hours)
GERM 1010 Elementary German I (4 hours)
GERM 1020 Elementary German II (4 hours)
GERM 2010 Intermediate German I (4 hours)
GERM 2020 Intermediate German II (4 hours)
HONR 1957 Honors Colloquium (1 hour, 1 hour, 1 hour)
HONR 2757 UHP Seminar (3 hours)
HONR 3757 UHP Seminar (3 hours)
INTL 2600 Survey of Literature of the Western World I (3 hours)
INTL 2610 Survey of Literature of the Western World II (3 hours)
LATN 1010 Elementary Latin I (4 hours)
LATN 1020 Elementary Latin II (4 hours)
MUSI 2110 Music Appreciation1 (3 hours)
PHIL 2000 Reasoning and Critical Thinking (3 hours)
PHIL 2010 Introduction to Philosophy (3 hours)
PHIL 2100 Applied Ethics (3 hours)
RELI 2010 Introduction to World Religions (3 hours)
SPAN 1010 Elementary Spanish I (4 hours)
SPAN 1020 Elementary Spanish II (4 hours)
SPAN 2010 Intermediate Spanish I (4 hours)
SPAN 2020 Intermediate Spanish II (4 hours)
THEA 2040 Theatre Appreciation (3 hours)
VISU 1000 Introduction to the Visual Arts1 (3 hours)
VISU 2030 Art History I1 (3 hours)
VISU 2040 Art History II1 (3 hours)
VISU 2600 Introduction to World Architecture1 (3 hours)
Minimum of 8 semester hours Natural Sciences
Minimum of 3 semester hours Mathematics
BIOL 1000/1001 Introduction to Biology/Lab (4 hours)
BIOL 1010/1011 Cellular and Molecular Basis of Life/Lab (4 hours)
BIOL 1017/1018 Cellular and Molecular Basis of Life/Lab, Honors (4 hours)
BIOL 1020/1021 Organisms, Adaptations, and the Environment/Lab (4 hours)
BIOL 1027/1028 Organisms, Adaptations, and the Environment/Lab, Honors (4 Hours)
BIOL 1050/1051 Introduction to Environmental Biology/Lab (4 hours)
BIOL 2100/2101 Anatomy and Physiology 1/ Lab (4 hours)
BIOL 2010/2011 Fundamentals of Microbiology/Lab (4 hours)
BIOL 2093 – Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology/Lab (4 hours)
CHEM 1100/1101 General Chemistry I/Lab (4 hours)
CHEM 1200/1201 General Chemistry II/Lab (4 hours)
MATH 1020 Contemporary Math (3 hours)
MATH 1050 College Algebra (3 hours)
MATH 1100 Finite Mathematics (3 hours)
MATH 1120 Precalculus Algebra (3 hours)
MATH 1150 Precalculus Algebra and Trigonometry (4 hours)
MATH 1610 Calculus I (4 hours)
MATH 1620 Calculus II (4 hours)
MATH 2630 Multivariable Calculus (4 hours)
MATH 2660 Linear Algebra (3 hours)
MATH 2670 Elementary Statistics (3 hours)
PHIL 2030 Logic (3 hours)
PHYS 2100/2101 General Physics I/Lab (4 hours)
PHYS 2200/2201 General Physics II/Lab (4 hours)
PSCI 1100/1101 Introduction to Physical Science/Lab (4 hours)
PSCI 1300/1301 Introduction to Earth Science (4 hours)
PSCI 1400/1401 Introduction to Astronomy/Lab (4 hours)
PSCI 1500/1501 Introduction to Chemistry/Lab (4 hours)
ANTH 2110 Cultural Anthropology (3 hours)
ECON 2000 Essentials of Economics (3 hours)
ECON 2010 Economics I (Micro) (3 hours)
ECON 2017 Economics I (Micro), Honors (3 hours)
ECON 2020 Economics II (Macro) (3 hours)
ECON 2027 Economics II (Macro), Honors (3 hours)
GEOG 2050 Geography of World Regions (3 hours)
GEOG 2150 Human Geography (3 hours)
HIST 1010 World History I to 1648 (3 hours)
HIST 1017 World History I, Honors (3 hours)
HIST 1020 World History II Since 1648 (3 hours)
HIST 1027 World History II, Honors (3 hours)
HIST 1060 Western Civilization to 1648 (3 hours)
HIST 1070 Western Civilization since 1648 (3 hours)
HIST 2010 U.S. History to 1865 (3 hours)
HIST 2020 U.S. History Since 1865 (3 hours)
INTL 2050 Geography of World Regions (3 hours)
INTL 2110 Cultural Anthropology (3 hours)
INTL 2150 Human Geography (3 hours)
JUST 1270 Introduction to the American Legal System (3 hours)
POLS 2020 Introduction to American Politics (3 hours)
POLS 2200 International Relations (3 hours)
PSYC 2110 General Introductory Psychology (3 hours)
SOCI 2000 Introduction to Sociology (3 hours)
SOCI 2007 Introduction to Sociology, Honors (3 hours)
SOCI 2010 Social Problems (3 hours)
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Chemistry really can create a better world
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The international honors society in psychology.
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Formed by the College of Business, this club is open to all students and faculty. See the aspect of mathematics outside the traditional classroom setting.
Meet people in your field and network with peers.
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The world needs scientists like you.
Group members form thought groups and study partnerships as they work through the rigorous coursework of their future profession. Find opportunities to serve alongside your friends like walking to end Alzheimer’s Disease. Or get fit while joining your club in the American Cancer Relay for Life. You’ll stay active in this club and make life-long relationships.
Like-minded students have opportunities to work, learn and network together.
This club brings sustainability awareness throughout the Montgomery community.
You can be the solution to the world’s problems.
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Gregory J. Touhill is director of the world-renowned CERT Division of the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, where he leads a diverse group of researchers, software engineers, security analysts, and digital intelligence specialists working together to research security vulnerabilities in software products, contribute to long-term changes in networked systems, and develop cutting-edge information and training to improve the practice of cybersecurity.
Touhill was appointed by former President Barack Obama to be the first chief information security officer (CISO) of the United States government. Previously, he served in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as deputy assistant secretary in the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications. Before joining the Software Engineering Institute, he was president of Appgate Federal, a provider of cybersecurity products and services to civilian government and defense agencies.
Touhill is a 30-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force where he was an operational commander at the squadron, group, and wing levels. He served as a senior leader of military cybersecurity and information technology programs, culminating as the chief information officer of the United States Transportation Command, one of the nation’s 10 combatant commands. A combat veteran, he is the recipient of numerous awards and decorations including the Bronze Star medal and the Air Force Science and Engineering Award. He retired from the Air Force with the rank of brigadier general.
Touhill received his bachelor’s degree in political science (minor in engineering) from the Pennsylvania State University, a master’s degree in systems management from the University of Southern California, a master’s degree in strategic studies from the Air War College, and a certificate from the Harvard Kennedy School. He maintains both the CISSP and CISM certifications. He is an adjunct faculty member of the CMU Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy and the Deakin University (Australia) Centre for Cybersecurity Research and Innovation. A member of many organizational boards and committees and recipient of many awards, Touhill was recognized by Security Magazine as one of its Most Influential People in Security and by Federal Computer Week in the Federal 100. He is the co-author of the books Cybersecurity for Executives: A Practical Guide and Commercialization of Innovative Technologies.
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Focuses on providing speakers working in financial areas to provide real-world advice and connections for internships and careers.
You are likely to find the AUM Investment Club discussing the hottest investment topics from Bitcoin to Warren Buffett over pizza and drinks. Activities include keynote speakers, stock portfolio competitions, and network with local investors. AUM Investments Club encourages academic achievement and provides an opportunity to learn from professionals about the many career choices offered to business administration graduates. For more information contact the club advisor, Dr. Tewhan Hahn, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (334) 244-3231.
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Open to students and faculty who are interested in mathematics outside of the traditional classroom setting.
Hot investment topics like Bitcoin or Warren Buffett could be the theme of an AUM Investment Club meeting, where you’ll be part of the conversation over pizza and drinks. Other activities include keynote speakers, stock portfolio competitions, and networking with local investors.
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Download the Grubhub app.
Select “Get Started” to set up your account
Once your account has been established select “Accounts” in the menu
Click the “Find Your Campus” button
Search for “Auburn University at Montgomery” in the search bar
Click the “Add Affiliation” button
Select the category that pertains to your status on campus
Click the “Add Campus Card” button
Enter your AUM email address and password
Click the “Sign In” button
Complete Duo authentication
Once your campus card is confirmed, click “Ok”
Select View Campus restaurants
Now you can place your order!
Navigate to the “My Grubhub” screen
Click on the “Account” icon
Select “Campus Dining”
Enter your AUM email address and password on MyAUM
Once you have registered, you may log in using your e-mail address and password.
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