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Area 3 GDR for DegreeWorks

The “Additional Lab Science” requirement of Area 3 requires eight (8) credit hours with associated laboratories* from the disciplines of:

            Biology (BIOL)

                        BIOL 111 & 111L (4 cr)

                        BIOL 112 & 112L (4 cr)

                        BIOL 311 & 311L (4 cr)

                        BIOL 333 & 333L (4 cr)

                        BIOL 341 & 341L (4 cr)

                        BIOL 343 & 343L (4 cr)

                        BIOL 344 & 344L (4 cr)

          Earth Science (ERTH)

                        ERTH 101 & 101L (4 cr)

                        ERTH 101 & 103L (4 cr)

                        ERTH 120 & 120L (4 cr)

                        ERTH 130 & 130L (4 cr)

                        ERTH 140 & 140L (4 cr)

                        ERTH 150 & 150L (4 cr)

                        ERTH 201 & 201L (4 cr)

ERTH 204 & 204L (4 cr)

ERTH 380 & 380L (4 cr)

Engineering (ChE, CSE, EE, ES, EXPL, MATE, ME, MENG, PETR)

            ChE 110 & 110L (2 cr) **

CSE 107 & 107L (4 cr)

CSE 113 & 113L (4 cr)

CSE 325 & 325L (4 cr)

CSE 423 & 423L (4 cr)

CSE 452 & 452L (4 cr)

EE 101 & 101L (2 cr) **

EE 212 & 212L (4 cr)

            EE 213 & 213L (4 cr)

            EE 308 & 308L (4 cr)

            EE 321 & 321L (4 cr)

            EE 322 & 322L (4 cr)

            ES 110 & 110L (2 cr) **

            ES 111 & 111L (3 cr) **

EXPL 189 & 189L (3 cr) **

IT 107 & 107L (4 cr)

IT 113 & 113L (4 cr)

MATE 202 & 202L (4 cr)

MATE 235 & 235L (4 cr)

ME 220 & 220L (3 cr) **

ME 420 & 420L (3 cr) **

ME 422 & 422L (3 cr) **

MENG 110 & 110L (3 cr) **

PETR 111 & 111L (3 cr) **

PETR 311 & 311L (4 cr)

PETR 345 & 345L (4 cr)

PETR 413 & 413L (3 cr) **

PETR 424 & 424L (4 cr)

                       

Students majoring in biology, computer science, earth science, environmental science, psychology, and any engineering discipline will fulfill this portion of the general education core curriculum requirements while fulfilling their major requirements.

* The term “associated laboratory” means the lecture and lab must be offered as a pair. Students may not “mix and match” lecture credits with lab credits to meet this requirement.

** Eight (8) credits are required, even if the credits of a lecture/lab pair do not add up to four (4) credits. Students who take a lecture/lab pair worth less than four (4) credits will need to take more than two pairs of lectures/labs in order to satisfy the requirement.