Degree Requirements & Interdisciplinary Electives
NOTE: "pass/fail work should not be included among courses taken for the major or minor program requirements or to satisfy any specific graduation requirement.” College Bulletin
Searching for Degree Requirements, Interdisciplinary Electives, or Other Special Classes Online
Eligible courses for the graduation requirements can be found by using Attributes in your search on Banner Self-Service. Attributes are also used to code classes with various subjects, which fulfill requirements in a variety of interdisciplinary fields. Here's how to search for those classes.
- On the Class Schedule Search page or the Search for Classes Link on Banner Self-Service, choose a single (or more than one) subject from the subject menu.
- From the Attribute Type menu, click on the type of course you wish to find - example, Writing in the Discipline, Film Studies Electives, FLIC, etc.
- Click on the Class Search button. This will return a list of all courses (or all within the specified subject) which have the chosen attribute.
Degree Requirements & Interdisciplinary Contacts
For more information on the following graduation requirements, please contact:
- Comparative & Civilizations - Professor Shawn Bender, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Distribution & Language Requirements - contact the Department Chair of the subject for the course
- Sustainability - Neil Leary, Director - Center of Sustainability Education, email@example.com
- US Diversity - Registrar Karen Weikel, firstname.lastname@example.org
- Quantitative Reasoning - Registrar Karen Weikel, email@example.com
- Writing Intensive/Writing in the Discipline - Noreen Lape, Chairperson of the Writing Subcommittee, firstname.lastname@example.org
-For assistance in determining whether or not to proceed with your WR/WID request, review this checklist.
- Physical Education - Paul Richards, Interim Director of Physical Education/Athletics, email@example.com
For more information on interdisciplinary majors/programs, please contact the department chair/coordinator as indicated on the academic department's Web page.