B.S. in Liberal Studies - Science and Mathematics Track
|General Education Requirements|
|First Year Experience||4|
|English Composition requirement||6|
MAT course above MAT 103
|Diverse Communities requirement||3|
|Behavioral & Social Science requirement||6|
|Additional Baccalaureate Requirements|
|Writing Emphasis requirement||9|
|Speaking Emphasis requirement||9|
|Behavioral and social sciences, humanities and communications, and the arts||15|
|Select 7-9 semester hours in any four of the following areas||32|
|BIO 110||General Biology (or above)||3|
|CHE 103||General Chemistry I (or above)||3|
|CRL 103||General Chemistry I Lab||1|
|ESS 101||Introduction to Geology (or above)||3|
|MAT 131||Precalculus (or above)||3|
|or CSC 110||Fundamentals in Computer Science|
|PHY 130||General Physics I (or above)||4|
|Capstone Course 1||3|
|Liberal Studies Electives 2|
|Of the student's choice at the 300 and 400 level||20|
|Select at least one minor from the departments of Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Space Sciences, Mathematics, or Physics||17-24|
|Electives to total 120 semester hours|
|Total Minimum Credits Required||120|
This course fulfills the general education Capstone requirement.
Students in the math and science track have the option of using up to three credits of their liberal studies electives as senior thesis (LST 490) credits. Interested students should consult with the program director well before earning 80 semester hours about procedures for pursuing the senior thesis.
To track their individual degree progress, students are advised to access their Degree Progress Report (DPR) via myWCU regularly. For more information, visit wcupa.edu/DegreeProgressReport.
The following is a suggested course sequence for this program; course offerings and availability are not guaranteed. Students should consult their academic advisor with any questions.