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Requirements for ALL LAS Majors
Course Requirements for All LAS Majors
To graduate with a degree from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, all LAS students must fulfill the core requirements listed below. There are variations, however, and additional requirements for each degree, which are outlined below.
- General Education Distribution Requirements for LAS
- Composition I
- Advanced Composition
- Non-Primary Language
The Science and Letters Curriculum, which covers more than 70 majors, requires that students complete the college's core requirements as well as requirements specific to each degree. For those specific requirements, see the campus listing of majors and choose your major from the LAS list.
The Specialized Curriculum majors have some variation in the courses students may choose to fulfill LAS's degree requirements. If you are pursuing one of these curricula, use the requirements listed here as an overall guide but always consult with an advisor in the department that offers the curriculum about the exceptions.
The Secondary Teacher Education Curriculum has specific, complicated requirements that need careful examination. Consult with an advisor in the department offering the curriculum or the LAS director of the Secondary Education program.
Rules applying to electives, total hours, minimum GPAs and advanced hours, residency, and courses or combination of courses that do not fulfill requirements toward graduation.
Other ways of satisfying degree requirements, such as through proficiency exams and independent study (199) courses, study abroad (299), and off-campus study.
Notification of intent to graduate, completion of degree requirements, forgiveness clause, extension of eligibility to enroll, how your degree is certified, if you miss certification deadlines.