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Course Scheduling and Offerings
The College of Arts and Sciences is committed to scheduling daytime classes, introductory and upper level, in a way that allows you to complete a degree program in a four-year period of time. All General Education Program courses are also offered during the evening hours on a rotating basis, throughout the academic year. As staffing permits, occasional upper division classes from the various arts and sciences
disciplines are offered in the evenings. At this time, no arts and sciences degree program can be earned in the evenings over a five-year period. However, it may be possible to earn an associate of individualized studies degree in the evenings. Also, we are planning to offer a baccalaureate degree with a major in individualized studies that may be available through evening studies in the near future. You are encouraged to discuss specific course scheduling issues with your academic advisor or your department chairperson.
Students in the College of Arts and Sciences are not permitted to take courses in their major on a pass/no-credit basis.