Students matriculating in Fall 2016 and after:
- CL Civic Learning
- HE Human Experience
- IP International and Intercultural Perspectives
- ME Modes of Expression
- PD Power, Privilege, and Difference
- QR Quantitative Reasoning
- SB Social Behavior and Institutions
- SP Scientific Process and Knowledge
Courses can “double count” for these requirements, and many courses will satisfy two of the eight requirements. When taken in the appropriate department, courses may also “double count” toward both the Distribution Requirements and the student’s major or minor. These courses must be taken for a grade (and so not “credit/no credit”) in order to count for distribution.
The categories satisfied by a given course are indicated in the Academic Bulletin (beginning with the 2016-17 edition) and in Self-Service. The Learning Outcomes for each category are listed here.