LIBERAL EDUCATION

LIBERAL EDUCATION

LIBERAL EDUCATION 1001/1002 (ARTS AND SCIENCE 1001/1002)
Introduction to Liberal Education

Credit hours: 6.0
Contact hours: 2-1-1

This course is an introduction to university learning and the wide scope of human knowledge. Professors from many different disciplines will cover key ideas from the sciences, the social sciences, the humanities and the fine arts. Tutorials and labs will teach essential university survival skills, such as writing, numeracy, computer literacy, critical thinking and integrative thinking.

Prerequisite: Completion of Liberal Education 1001 in the Fall of the year is a prerequisite for admission to Liberal Education 1002 in the following Spring semester. Given the year-long nature of this course, students are not usually admitted at mid-year. In exceptional circumstances, students may be eligible for a prerequisite waiver for Liberal Education 1002 after consultation with the instructors.

Note: Students who complete Liberal Education 1001 and 1002 may reduce the General Liberal Education Requirement by one course from each of the three lists. Students who complete only 1001 or 1002 will be deemed not to have fulfilled a requirement for any list of the General Liberal Education Requirement.

This course was known as Arts and Science 1001/1002 prior to 2001/2002.

Credit is not allowed for Liberal Education 1001/1002 and Liberal Arts 1000 and Science 1000.

LIBERAL EDUCATION 3001/3002 (ARTS AND SCIENCE 3001/3002)
Capstone Ideas in the Arts and Sciences

Credit hours: 6.0
Contact hours: 3-0-0
Other hours: 0-0-10

A full-year readings and discussion-based seminar that broadly integrates the Humanities, Fine Arts, Social Sciences and Natural Sciences. Variable content from year to year.

Prerequisite: Third-year standing (a minimum of 60.0 credit hours). Liberal Education 3001/3002 will be offered in consecutive Fall/Spring semesters. Students will register in the same section for these two consecutive semesters. Completion of Liberal Education 3001 in the Fall of the year is a prerequisite for admission to Liberal Education 3002 in the following Spring semester. Given the year-long nature of this course, students are not usually admitted at mid-year. In exceptional circumstances, students may be eligible for a prerequisite waiver for Liberal Education 3002 after consultation with the instructors.

Note: Students who complete Liberal Education 3001 and 3002 may reduce the General Liberal Education Requirement by one course from each of the three lists. Students who complete only 3001 or 3002 will be deemed not to have fulfilled a requirement for any list of the General Liberal Education Requirement.

This course was known as Arts and Science 3001/3002 prior to 2001/2002.