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Graduation Requirement List

Requirement

Required/Optional

Notes

First-Year Seminars

Fall and Spring seminars required

May not count toward any other requirement

Major

Required

 

Minor(s)

Optional

 

Integrated Pathway(s)

Optional

Courses for an IP may also fulfill any other curricular requirement

Divisional Distribution

6 credits in each division required

 

Diversity International

1 course required

 

Diversity Domestic

1 course required

 

Diversity Language

2 semesters required unless student places out

Introductory language courses do not count for the distribution requirement in Humanities.

Analytical Reasoning

1 course required unless student places out

 

Wellness

4 semesters or 2 semesters of a varsity sport required

 

Upper-Level Courses

36 semester credits required

Courses numbered 300 and above

All Courses

120 semester credits required

 
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Richmond, Indiana
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