Dec 10, 2018  
2018-2019 Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Catalog

Alternative Core Curricula


Related Page: Baccalaureate Requirements  

Alternative Core Curricula for Specialized Programs

Applied Baccalaureate Core

Approved Applied Baccalaureate Core Courses  

A.B. students only
  Credits
Computer skills
CS 121  or higher
2
Mathematics
MTH 105  or above. MTH 211 /MTH 212 /MTH 213  must all be completed for any to apply toward this requirement.
4
Scientific/quantitative/logical thinking
At least two categories from math, natural sciences, philosophy or computer science (CS 122  or higher). For qualifying courses, see Scientific/Quantitative/Logical Thinking .
9
Social/cultural engagement
At least two categories from social science, modern languages, religion or performing arts (dance, music, theater). For qualifying courses, see Societal/Cultural Engagement .
9
Technology/life skills
At least two categories from business, entrepreneurship, computer science (CS 121 ), health/physical education, psychology or gerontology. For qualifying courses, see Technology/Life Skills .
9
Writing
WR 122  
4
Written/visual/communication
At least two categories from writing, communication studies, English, linguistics or art. For qualifying courses, see Written/Visual/Communication .
9

Honors LACC

Honors students only  
  Credits
Creative Arts
CA 101H , CA 102H , CA 103H  
9
Literature
ENG 107H , ENG 108H  
8
Philosophy
PHL 201H , PHL 202H  
6
Natural Science
GS 201H , GS 202H , GS 203H  
12
Social Science
Social science sequence approved by the Honors Program director, plus non-honors elective.
11

Skills and Distribution Core

Music (B.M.) students only
  Credits
Creative Arts (other than music)
For qualifying courses, see Creative Arts .
8
   
Music
MUS 260  
4
Health and Physical Education
PE 131  
2
Humanities
For qualifying courses, see Literature  and Philosophy or Religion .
8
Natural Science
For qualifying courses, see Natural Sciences .
8
Social Science
For qualifying courses, see Social Science .
8
Writing
WR 122  
4
Note: Credits in modern language courses can substitute for credits in the areas of creative arts, humanities and social science.