Depending on your program of study, you may be required to select from one to three courses from an extensive list of offerings.
Because your goal is still
breadth, you may not count any course labeled with your major prefix as one of
your Liberal Studies electives (for instance, a History major cannot use an
HIST course). Nor may you choose more than one course with the same prefix,
except in the case of intermediate-level foreign language study where you may
use a prefix twice. [At least one of your three courses must be numbered 200 or
The following rules also apply to the Liberal Studies Electives requirement:
See the list of Global and Multicultural Awareness courses, some of which may be used as Liberal Studies Electives.
The following courses are also approved:
1 Students may use this course to fulfill either the Learning Skills: Mathematics requirement, or a Liberal Studies Elective requirement, but not both.
2 Higher-level language courses may be substituted by students demonstrating such ability on placement tests.