College of Arts & Sciences
Curriculum

In conjunction with meeting the standards and requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences, the Liberal Studies major consists of a minimum of 39 credits. Students work out the details of their course of study with the director who provides advice in selecting courses. Students are required to show how their choice of courses for requirement (C) contributes to their studies. These courses should fit together with the selected minor in (B) to create a coherent program. View the College of Arts and Sciences Core Curriculum requirements »

A. Completion of the core curriculum of the College of Arts and Sciences;
 
B. Completion of a minor (minimum 18 credits) in one of the following disciplines:  
  Africana Studies  
  Anthropology  
  Archaeology  
  Art History  
  Asian Studies  
  Classical Studies  
  Communication
 
  English, French, German, Italian, Latin, Russian, Spanish
 
  Fine Arts  
  History  
  Music Performance  
  Philosophy  
  Religious Studies  
C. Completion of four additional courses (12 credits) from the disciplines listed in (B) not required for the core curriculum or the selected minor;  
D. Completion of one English course from the following: ENGL 2511, ENGL 2514, ENGL 2515,  ENGL 3511; and 
 
E. Completion of three arts credits from the following: AART 1110 - 2316, MUAP 1011 - 3699, COBF 2222 and 3222, COTH 3620 and 3625;  
F. Completion of Senior Seminar, IDIS 5001;
 
G. Completion of additional elective credits sufficient to meet the 120-credit minimum graduation requirement of the College; and   
H. A minimum GPA of 2.0 in the courses used to satisfy major requirements (B)-(F) inclusive.  Total: 120

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