Requirements on Electives:
A total of 24 additional credits of electives must be chosen from the (broadly
construed) areas of the Arts and Humanities, and Social Sciences (at least 6 credits
in each area and at least 6 credits in upper level courses). These electives must
be taken from the disciplines listed below. The University requires 18 of these
credits to be in the area of Human Values and Social Context with six specific
sub-categories defined. Lists of courses meeting this requirement are available
from your advisor. The above requirements are overlapping and courses may be chosen
to satisfy several requirements at once.
Social and Behavioral Science: Anthropology, International Affairs - Anthropology,
Communication Disorders, Communication, Economics, International Affairs - Economics,
Journalism, Mass Communication, Political Science, International Affairs - Political
Science, Psychology, Sociology.
Arts and Humanities: Art, English, French, German, History, International Affairs, Latin,
Modern Languages, Music, Philosophy, Romance Languages, Spanish, Theatre .
Two additional courses (6-8 credits) emphasizing quantitative methods must be
taken. Current courses meeting this requirement are: AST 109, 110, 215, 216, BMB
207, 208, BIO 100, 201, 202, 204, 208, 280, CHY 121 and 123, CHY 132 and 124/134,
GES 101, 102, 103, 140, 314, PHY 236 and 229, PHY 238 and 230, PHY 4xx, SMS 370.