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Undergraduate Academic Policies
Core Curriculum

The University's new 42-hour core curriculum is informed by a series of basic intellectual competencies - reading, writing, speaking, listening, critical thinking, and computer literacy - that are essential to the learning process in any discipline and includes courses in the disciplinary areas listed below. These courses are intended to provide students with the opportunity of understanding how these disciplines present varying views of the individual, society, and the world and of appreciating the methods by which scholars in a given discipline organize and evaluate data. The perspectives acquired in these studies describe the potential, as well as the limitations, of these disciplines in understanding the human experience.

View departmental core courses needed on undergraduate degree plans here.

View University core requirements at:

Students are strongly encouraged to contact a departmental academic advisor prior to enrollment into courses.