The General Studies program offers concentrations in Business Studies; Humanities; Internet Applications; Natural Science and Mathematics; Science, Engineering, or Computer-related fields; and Social Sciences.
Composition & Rhetoric 3
College-level Algebra 3
First Year Seminar 3
Fine Arts 3
Natural Sciences 6
Social Sciences 6
Capstone Seminar 3
Liberal Arts Requirements 9
(at least 30 semester hours in one of the following categories):
All Accounting, Business Law, Economics, Finance, International Business, Management, Marketing courses.
All Art History, Art of the Cinema and History of the Cinema, History, Literature and Linguisitics, Music Appreciation and all History of Music, Philosophy, Religion, and Theatre History. Writing and composition courses in English and conversation,composition, and introductory [elementary, intermediate] courses in languages MAY NOT be used to meet requirements in this category.
All Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics (exception: Math 200), Physics (including Astronomy),
SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, OR COMPUTER-RELATED FIELDS
All Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Management Engineering, Mathematics (except Math 200), Mechanical Engineering, and Physics
All Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, and Sociology