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Bachelor of Science in General Studies

  • Professor Cormack (Chair)

The Bachelor of General Studies is not recommended as an initial degree program, but does provide an option for students not intending to seek graduate training or professional employment. This degree allows a student to plan a program of courses according to individual educational goals. The Bachelor of General Studies degree will be awarded upon satisfactory completion of 130 credit hours with a grade-point average of 2.0 or more. Forty credit hours of the 130 shall be in courses numbered 300 or above. A minimum of 30 credit hours must be earned at New Mexico Tech. There are no other course requirements. Minors are not awarded with the Bachelor of General Studies.

A candidate for this degree should consult with an advisor to plan the program and to obtain information regarding the advantages and limitations of the Bachelor of General Studies degree. The advisor will strive to make the student cognizant of courses relevant to the student’s individual goals.
 

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