Academic Requirements of Thurgood Marshall College En 1/25/72, Am 4/30/74
General Requirements Am 4/24/79, Am 10/16/84, Am 11/27/90
Diversity, Justice and Imagination: A three-course sequence (16 units), the six-unit courses in Justice and Imagination offer intensive instruction in university-level expository writing. The sequence must be completed by the end of the first year in residence.
Humanities and Culture: Two courses (8 units) -- one course each from Ethnic Studies and Third World Studies.
Natural Science: Three courses ‑‑ one course each in Biology, Chemistry, and Physics.
Mathematics and Logic: Two courses ‑‑ either two courses in Mathematics, or one course in Mathematics and one course in Computing.
Fine Arts: One course in Music, Theatre, or Visual Arts.
Disciplinary Breadth: Four courses -- to be chosen from disciplinary areas noncontiguous to the student's major. Two of the courses must be upper-division; at least one course must include significant writing. The disciplinary areas include: Humanities/Foreign Language; Social Sciences; Natural Sciences; Mathematics/Engineering. Students may substitute fulfillment of the public service course option for one course in disciplinary breadth. Am 4/29/03
The minimum requirement for graduation shall be the satisfactory completion of forty‑five (45) courses or the equivalent of one hundred eighty (180) total units, with a cumulative grade point average of 2.0 (C) or higher.
A minimum of sixty (60) units of the one-hundred eighty (180) units must be upper‑division courses. Am 11/27/90, 4/29/03
A minimum of nine (36 units) of the last eleven courses must be taken as a Marshall College student.
A departmental or interdisciplinary major must be completed.
The general education requirements shall be fulfilled.