All degree or certificate programs of 45 credits or longer require a minimum of five credits each in three college-level (100 level or above) General Education areas: communication, quantitative reasoning (math), and social sciences. Students are responsible for registering and completing these courses prior to graduation. Specific courses are identified in the program descriptions. General Education courses are offered at convenient hours throughout the day each quarter.
Students must earn a grade of C (2.0) in all development courses in order to advance to the next level course or any 100 level course.