Policies Governing the Cross-Cultural Analysis Requirement

Students fulfill the Cross-Cultural Analysis Requirement by taking a course from the list of approved courses.

  • Courses taken to satisfy the Cross-Cultural Analysis Requirement must be taken for a letter grade, not pass/fail. Any passing grade, from A+ through D, is acceptable in order for a course to fulfill the Cross-Cultural Analysis Requirement.
  • A course used to satisfy the Cross-Cultural Analysis Requirement may not be double counted toward the Cultural Diversity in the U.S., Writing or Foreign Language Requirements. A few courses are approved for both the Cross-Cultural Analysis and the Cultural Diversity in the U.S. Requirements; students may count such a course toward either requirement but will still have to take a second course to fulfill the other one. However, a course fulfilling the Cross-Cultural Analysis Requirement may be double counted toward any other General Education Requirement and toward requirements for a major or minor.
  • Pre-college credit, transfer credit, credit away and credit earned studying abroad may be counted toward the Cross-Cultural Analysis Requirement. Advanced Placement credit may not be used to fulfill the Cross-Cultural Analysis Requirement.

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