If you have completed the prerequisites listed below with a cumulative GPA of 2.0 and have earned at least 40 credits, you can be considered for admission to the bachelor of arts in Sustainable Urban Development.
- Three years of high school math through intermediate (second year) algebra or a course in intermediate algebra at the college level
- 5 credits of English composition
In order to graduate, you will also be expected to meet the following general university requirements, many of which can be fulfilled with lower-division coursework:
- Two years in high school of the same foreign language or 10 credits of one language at the college level
- 5 credits in Quantitative/Symbolic Reasoning (QSR) coursework1
- 10 credits of writing-intensive coursework (not including the 5 credits of English composition required for admission)2
- 15 credits in Visual, Literary or Performing Arts (VLPA) coursework
- 15 credits of Individuals and Societies (I&S) coursework
- 15 credits of Natural World (NW) coursework
1 Students who first enrolled in college prior to Autumn 1985 are exempt from this requirement.
2 Writing-intensive coursework may also count toward the Humanities, Social Science or Natural Science requirements.