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General College Degree Requirements Chart

Refer to the section on Academic Departments for specific major requirements.

B.A. Degree
(Greater Breadth of Study)

B.S. Degree
(Greater Specialization)

* At least 122 completed s.h. of approved course work.
(Maximum of 12 s.h. of PHED activity credits.)

Completion of a minimum of 45 s.h. (including 30 of the last 60) in residence

Completion of one-half the major field in residence
(All courses in the major field must be taken for a letter grade unless offered P/F only)

Students may not earn more than 45 s.h. in the Department that houses their major (exceptions exist in some majors)

Students may not earn more than 60 s.h. in the Department that houses their major (exceptions exist in some majors)

* GPA of at least 2.0 overall and in major.
(Some majors require a higher gpa. Only Oneonta grades count in the gpa.)

* At least 48 s.h. of upper division course work.
(200 and 300 level courses)

* Completion of a minimum of 90 s.h. of Liberal Arts.

* Completion of a minimum of 60 s.h. of Liberal Arts.

* Completion of General Education 2
(36 s.h. minimum or equivalent)

Note: These courses must be taken for a letter grade.

SUNY Learning Outcomes

Mathematics (M2 attribute)

*3 s.h. mathematics

Basic Communication (BC2 attribute)

*3 s.h. Basic Communication

Natural Sciences (N2/NL2 attribute)

*6 s.h. two different subject areas

(one must be a traditional science with a lab:

Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Earth Science,

Geology, Meteorology, Oceanography, Physics)

Social Sciences (S2 attribute)

*6 s.h. two different subject areas

(one must be a traditional discipline:

Anthropology, Economics, Geography

Political Science, Psychology, Sociology)

American History (HA2 attribute)

*3 s.h. American History

 

Western Civilization (HW2 attribute)

*3 s.h. Western Civilization

Other World Civilizations (HO2 attribute)

*3 s.h. Other World Civilizations

Humanities (AH2 attribute)

*3 s.h. Humanities

The Arts (AA2 attribute)

*3 s.h. Arts

(Note: Either the Arts or the Humanities

requirement must be from a traditional discipline:

Art, English, Music, Philosophy, Communication Arts, Theatre)

Foreign Language (FL2 attribute)

*3 s.h. instructional language at the 101 level or higher

~ or ~

a passing score on the Foreign Language

Proficiency Exam.

 

Communication and Intellectual Skills
(These requirements may overlap with the above SUNY Learning Outcomes.)

Writing Skills (WS2 attribute)
*3 s.h. Writing

Oral Communication Skills (OS2 attribute)
*3 s.h. Oral Communications

* Take and pass the College Writing Examination.

* Must take at least 45 s.h. (including 30 of the last 60) of the required 122 s.h. and one-half of the required courses in the major field in residence.

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