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Part 2: Requirements for the Bachelor's Degree at San Diego

630. 
Academic Requirements of Sixth College En 4/29/03
  • A)

    Degrees:
    Sixth College will recommend candidates for the degrees of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science, with designations of major.

  • B)
    General Education Requirements: Am 10/14/14
    • 1)
      Culture, Art and Technology (CAT):  A three-course sequence that includes two six-unit courses of intensive instruction in university writing.
    • 2)
      Computing:  One course in computing.
    • 3)
      Modes of Inquiry:  Seven courses, including two courses in social sciences, two courses in humanities, two courses in science, and one course in mathematics or logic.
    • 4)
      Exploring Data:  One course in probability or applied statistics.
    • 5)
      Art Making:  Two courses in music, theatre (including dance), and/or visual arts.
    • 6)
      Practicum:  An upper division practicum, a faculty guided experience in which the student is involved in original, creative work.  A final report about the project is required.
  • C)

    Graduation Requirements

    • 1)
      Satisfaction of the University of California requirements in American History and Institutions, Diversity, Equity and Inclusion and UC Entry Level Writing Requirement. Am 10/14/14
    • 2)
      The general education requirements must be fulfilled.
    • 3)
      A minimum of 180 units must be completed.
    • 4)
      A minimum of 15 courses (60 units) must be upper-division courses.
    • 5)
      Thirty-five (35) of the last forty-five (45) units must be completed as an enrolled Sixth College student.
    • 6)
      A 2.0 cumulative grade point average and a 2.0 major grade point average.