What is the Liberal Education List Requirement?
In keeping with the liberal arts focus of the University, all students in an undergraduate degree program must complete the Liberal Education List Requirement (Lib Ed Requirement), which consists of:
Four courses (12.0 credit hours) from each of Lists I (Fine Arts & Humanities Courses, II (Social Science Courses), and III (Science Courses).
Three courses (9.0 credit hours) from each of Lists I, II, and II for students who successfully complete both LBED 3010 and either LBED 2000 or LBSC 2000.
Three courses (9.0 credit hours) from each of Lists I, II, and III for students who successfully complete both LBED 3010 and LBED 4000.
*Two courses (6.0 credit hours) from each of Lists I, II, and III from students who successfully complete one of the following pairs:
LBED 1000 and LBED 2000; and LBED 3010 and LIBED 4000 or LBED 1000 and LBSC 2000; and LBED 3010 and LBED 4000
*The individual Liberal Education and Library Science courses (LBED 1000, LBED 2000, LBED 3010, LBED 4000, and LBSC 2000) do not fulfill a requirement for any list.
Refer to the "Academic Regulations" section of the Undergraduate Academic Calendar for these lists, and for limitations on the courses that can be used for meeting the Liberal Educaton List Requirement.
How do I know which designation a specific course has?
Course designations can be found in the notes under the course listing in the Timetable.