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Effective Fallall undergraduates at USC must satisfy the following degree requirements. With a careful choice of classes, students can meet the following ten requirements with eight individual courses. There are six Core Literacyin which eight courses are required. The two requirements in Global Perspectives prepare students to act as socially responsible members of the global community, respectful of the values and traditions of diverse cultures, aware of the structures of power that affect people differently by race, class, gender, and other socially constructed Please read carefully no ges needed, sensitive to the interplay between worldwide problems and specific, local challenges.
Global Perspectives includes two course requirements. The first examines the contemporary situation GE-Gwhile the second explores some dimensions of the historical cultural context that has given rise to the current global scene GE-H. While no course can meet all of these objectives, these requirements should help students appreciate the dynamics at work in complex global issues and their varying local forms. Students must complete one course from each of these two lists.
A course can be listed for only one Global Perspective and one of the Core Literacy. Courses approved for the GE-G and GE-H are expected to require that students do a substantial amount of weekly reading circa sand a ificant component of writing a minimum of 15 s of essay form work in the course of the semester. Syllabi submitted to the GE-G and GE-H should indicate clearly when these asments of reading and writing are required during the course. Courses in the Global Perspectives can be used to satisfy requirements in the Core Literacies as well.
A single course can satisfy one Global Perspective and one Core Literacy requirement. This course will satisfy one of the GE Core Literacy requirements above. Each General Education Seminar is limited to 19 seats and open only to freshmen. Students may count only one GE Seminar for degree credit.
All students who begin college elsewhere in fall and then transfer to USC must meet these requirements to graduate from USC. The Global Perspective requirements may be met with approved transfer courses taken over the summer after enrolling at USC. Transfer students who began college elsewhere before fall should consult the fall USC catalogue for information about their general education requirements at USC. Further information regarding earning credit by examination can be found on the USC Undergradutate Transfer Credit website located at www.
Students may meet their General Education requirement in Quantitative Reasoning with a score of 22 on the Quantitative Reasoning Exam, if that score is earned under the following conditions:. All students may take the online Mathematics Placement Examination once, if they choose, but their scores will be used for placement in math classes only.
A score of 22 or higher on the online exam may be a good indication that the student can consider taking a proctored exam to meet the requirement, but that score on the online exam with not satisfy the GE requirement in Quantitative Reasoning.
Students may take the online exam once for practice, but those who score less than 22 on the online exam should not attempt the proctored in-person exam on campus. Those students should satisfy the Quantitative Reasoning requirement with one of the courses on the GE list.
Students who wish to take the proctored Quantitative Reasoning exam must make a reservation with the Center for Testing and Assessment at least one week prior to the testing date. This course can double-count to meet a Global Perspectives requirement. A summary of the General Education Program Requirements is available for download here. Core Literacies 8 courses There are six Core Literacyin which eight courses are required. GE-A The Arts 1 course GE-B Humanistic Inquiry 2 courses GE-C Social Analysis 2 courses GE-D Life Sciences 1 course GE-E Physical Sciences 1 course GE-F Quantitative Reasoning 1 course Global Perspectives 2 courses The two requirements in Global Perspectives prepare students to act as socially responsible members of the global community, respectful of the values and traditions of diverse cultures, aware of the structures of power that affect people differently by race, class, gender, and other socially constructedsensitive to the interplay between worldwide problems and specific, local challenges.
GE-G Citizenship in a Diverse World 1 course GE-H Traditions and Historical Foundations 1 course Courses approved for the GE-G and GE-H are expected to require that students do a substantial amount of weekly reading circa sand a ificant component of writing a minimum of 15 s of essay form work in the course of the semester. Courses For Faculty Teaching Awards.Please read carefully no ges needed
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G.E. Program Requirements