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Study Area I - Arts & Humanities (9 credits): 

At least 3 credits required in 200-level literature, and no more than 6 credits from any one discipline.  Courses that focus on creative expression and interpretations of human experience, or the appreciation and development of thought and ideas.  In this study area, students will typically be exposed to courses in literature, philosophy, and fine arts.  Again, this study area must include a literature course at the 200-level or higher; students may not have more than six credits in any one discipline. 

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Click here for a list of courses that satisfy the Literature Requirement.

 

Study Area II - Social Sciences (9 credits):

At least 3 credits required in history, and no more than 6 credits from any one discipline.  Courses dealing with formal social structures (such as governments, interest groups, territorial entities, economic firms) in their historical and contemporary contexts.  In this study area, students will typically be exposed to courses in economics, geography, history, and political science.  Remember, this study area may include no more than six credits in any one discipline. 

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Study Area III - Behavioral Sciences (6 credits):

Courses that focus on the interaction(s) between and among individuals and/or groups and social/cultural institutions.  In this study area, students will typically be exposed to courses in anthropology, psychology, and sociology. 

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Study Area IV - Natural Sciences (6-7 credits):

A laboratory experience is required.  Courses that focus on the scientific analysis of the natural world.  In this study area, students will typically be exposed to courses in biology, biomolecular science, chemistry, earth science, and physics. 

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