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  Sep 24, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin

General Education Requirements for Transfer Students (A&S)


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Students entering the college with fewer than 24 credits transferred from accredited institutions must satisfy the general education requirements listed above and are granted normal transfer equivalencies. Students entering with 24 or more transferable credits and enrolled in a baccalaureate program must satisfy the modified general education requirements listed below and also are granted the normal transfer equivalencies.

General education requirements for transfer students (38 credits)


Foundations of Citizenship (3 credits)


Students may satisfy this requirement by taking

  • one course in philosophy or ethics.

Exploration and Breadth


Mathematics (3 credits)


The college believes that students must demonstrate basic college-level mathematics skills by successfully completing any mathematics course (except M 118 ) taught by the A&S mathematics department.

Arts (3 credits)


Select

  • one course from art history, music, cinema, or drama.

Humanities (6 credits)


Students may fulfill this requirement by taking

  • one history and one literature course.

Laboratory Science (8 credits)


  • Two 4-credit laboratory courses from biology, chemistry, physics, or
  • PHY 130 - Astronomy 4 credit(s)
  • (one of which may be a 4-credit, college-approved AUCT course).

Social Science (6 credits)


Non–Social Science Majors:

Select

  • two courses from two different disciplines from the following list: economics, politics, psychology, sociology.
Social Science Majors:

Select

  • two courses from outside the major
  • two different disciplines from the following list: economics, politics, psychology, sociology.

Foundational Competencies


Two Writing Courses (6 credits)


Students may fulfill this requirement by taking

  • two composition/writing courses. 

Information Technology Literacy (3 credits)


Students may fulfill this requirement by taking

  • one computer-related course.

Writing Intensive Course (0 credits)


Students may fulfill this requirement by taking

  • one writing-intensive course (W) within the major.

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