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    Southern Utah University
   
 
  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 General Catalog

General Education


Core Course Requirements


English Requirements (C)


Complete six credit hours with a grade of C- or above

Note


ENGL 1010  may be waived for students with ACT English subscores of 29 or above. Students with an ACT English sub-score below 17 must take ENGL 0990  as a co-requisite to ENGL 1010 .

Quantitative Literacy Requirements (C)


(Mathematics)

Complete at least 3 credit hours with a grade of C- or above

American Institutions Requirement (I)


Complete three credit hours in this category

Note


If a transfer student has not completed the American Institutions requirement in his or her general education program, this must be completed at SUU. By prior approval of your department chair, more advanced classes may be counted toward general education. (Indication on Transcript. C: Core, IL: Integrated Learning, F: Fine Arts, H: Humanities, I: American Institutions, L: Life Science, P: Physical Science, S: Social and Behavioral Sciences)

Knowledge Area Requirements


Complete 20 to 22 credit hours with a minimum of 3 credit hours in each knowledge area. (4 credits in Integrated Learning and 4 credits in Physical Science). Excluding CSIS courses in Integrated Learning and Social & Behavioral Sciences, courses with the same academic prefix cannot be counted in more than one knowledge area.

Knowledge Area: Integrated Learning (IL)


Information Literacy Requirement (IL1)


Complete one credit hour with a grade of C- or above

Computer Literacy Requirement (IL2)


Complete three credit hours with a grade of C- or above

Knowledge Area: Humanities (H):


Knowledge Area: Social and Behavioral Sciences: (S)


Note


** Students may take either FLHD 1500  or PSY 1100 , not both.

Note


*** Labs in some Life Science courses are required to be taken concurrently with the lecture. Consult an advisor for more information. Student pursuing a major in a science related field are strongly encouraged to take a lab with their life science courses.

Knowledge Area: Physical Science**** (P)


Note


**** Labs in all Physical Science courses are required to be taken concurrently with the lecture. Consult an advisor for more information.