10. College of Natural Sciences

 

Notes

1. Computer sciences courses with numbers ending in H are intended for students in the Turing Scholars Program. Students outside the program may enroll in them only with the special consent of the honors director.

2. "Approved upper-division coursework in geological sciences" includes all upper-division University geological sciences courses except those with descriptions containing the statement that they may not be counted toward a geological sciences degree. A student who wishes to use transfer credit for unspecified advanced hours in geological sciences to fulfill this requirement must submit a petition to the undergraduate adviser for approval.

3. Students who enter the University with fewer than two high school units in a single foreign language must take the first two semesters in a language without degree credit to remove their foreign language deficiency.

4. Students who enter the University with fewer than three high school units of mathematics at the level of Algebra I or higher must take Mathematics 301 without degree credit to remove their deficiency.

5. Students who enter the University with fewer than two high school units in a single foreign language must take the first two semesters in a language without degree credit to remove their foreign language deficiency.

6. Biology 373 and 373L may not be counted both toward requirement 16e and toward requirement 17f.

7. Economics 304K and 304L are prerequisite to this course. One of them may be counted toward requirement 5 of the prescribed work.

8. Students who enter the University with fewer than two high school units in a single foreign language must take the first two semesters in a language without degree credit to remove their foreign language deficiency.

9. Computer sciences courses with numbers ending in H are intended for students in the Turing Scholars Program. Students outside the program may enroll in them only with the special consent of the honors director.

10. "Approved upper-division coursework in geological sciences" includes all upper-division University geological sciences courses except those with descriptions containing the statement that they may not be counted toward a geological sciences degree. A student who wishes to use transfer credit for unspecified advanced hours in geological sciences to fulfill this requirement must submit a petition to the undergraduate adviser for approval.

11. Students who enter the University with fewer than two high school units in a single foreign language must take the first two semesters in a language without degree credit to remove their foreign language deficiency.