Chosen in conjunction with your academic advisor to assure that the total graduation credit requirement for this program is met.
Note: Students completing the Liberal Arts Core in fewer than 33 credits or who have met a prerequisite or required course through transfer, examinations, or assessment of prior learning will have additional free electives.
Upper Division Requirement - Credits: 36
Among the total required courses, at least 36 credits must be upper division (300- and 400-level) courses. This major may require additional courses to meet the upper division requirement.
Prior to course registration, students should review all courses for prerequisites, minimum prerequisite grade requirements and minimum class standing.
d This course fulfills both a Major Program Core requirement and a Liberal Arts Core requirement. It may also be used to fulfill a Major Program elective. To complete the degree in the specified total credits for graduation, students must use this course to fulfill the major requirements. If the course is noted as an elective option, it may be used to satisfy a Major Program elective requirement and a Liberal Arts Core requirement. Credits for this course are counted in the Liberal Arts Core section of the curriculum listing but are not counted in the Major Requirements total.
Additional Program Notes
r This course may not be used to fulfill the core requirement and the Topics Course simultaneously.
TOTAL REQUIRED FOR GRADUATION - CREDITS: 120
All curricular requirements for the Liberal Arts Core and at least one major must be met. Many students choose to use free electives to complete the requirements for a certificate, minor or teacher licensure.
A minimum of 15 credits of coursework must be completed in the combined areas of AH/HI/SS.
Students must achieve a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.00 and a minimum grade point average of 2.00 for those courses accepted to meet the requirements for the major, a certificate or minor.
A minimum of 30 credits must be completed at Fort Lewis College. College-sponsored off-campus academic experiences are considered “in residence.”