|Definition:||A policy regarding restrictions placed on the use of cross-listed courses to satisfy upper division general education requirements.|
|Authority:||Title V and the president of the university.|
|Responsible Division:||Academic Affairs|
|Signature Page/PDF:||View Restriction on Upper Division General Education Courses Policy|
I. No student may use a course from their major area, or any course cross-listed with their major area, to satisfy upper division general education (UDGE) requirements BB, CC, DD.
II. For interdisciplinary majors with a primary field, students are prohibited from using courses in their primary field or any course cross-listed with their primary field. For majors in which students take courses from a variety of fields and no primary field is named, students are not prohibited from using courses in these fields. (E.g., Human Development majors take courses in Biological Sciences, Psychology, and Sociology. They are not prohibited from using courses that are cross-listed with these fields.)
III. For students pursuing multiple majors, these restrictions apply only to the first major.