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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)

Note: Dual majors/minors: Except for Education majors, no more than two courses may overlap between or among programs. Any excess in overlap requires additional Department courses be taken to make up for the excess overlap.

Students may not earn more than 45 s.h. in the Department that houses their major (Exception: MUSC, MUSI and ART may have a max of 60 s.h.) Any excess beyond the maximum permitted will require students changes to the BS degree or, if the major is approved as BA only, taking an equal number of additional non-Department credits.

Students may not earn more than 60 s.h. in the Department that houses their major (Exception: Majors in the departments of Human Ecology; Economics & Business; Foreign Languages; English; Mathematics, Comp. Sci & Stats; and Communications may have a max of 75 s.h. in the Department with no more than 60 in any one discipline) Any excess beyond the maximum permitted will require an equal number of additional non-Department credits.

Minimum earned GPA of 2.0 cumulatively and in major.
(Some majors require a higher gpa. Only Oneonta grades count in the gpa.)

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

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

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

Passing grade on the College Writing Examination

Completion of SUNY General Education Requirements
(7 of 10 areas with a minimum of 30sh - all courses must be taken for a letter grade.)

SUNY Learning Outcomes

I. Complete Each of the Required Two Areas:

Mathematics (M3 attribute)

Basic Communication (BC3 attribute)

 

II. Complete Five of the Following Eight Areas:

Natural Sciences (NS3 attribute)

Social Sciences (SS3 attribute)

Humanities (H3 attribute)

The Arts (A3 attribute)

American History (AM3 attribute)

Western Civilization (WC3 attribute)

Other World Civilizations (OW3 attribute)

Foreign Language (FL3 attribute)

III. Complete additional courses from any of the areas to complete a minimum of 30 s.h.

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