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Class of 2015

The college will be implementing a new curriculum beginning in the Fall 2014.  At the time of this implementation, students on track to be part of the graduating class of 2015 will have completed 30 courses, with one year remaining until graduation. 

For students in this class, the biggest change during their senior year will be the number of courses they will be required to take.  Within the new curriculum a student's typical course load is 4 courses per semester, which is one less than the 5 course per semester in the previous curriculum. 

To accommodate for the reduction in the number of courses taken their senior year, some changes in graduation requirements have been adopted by the college for the graduating class of 2015.  Details of these changes for the different degrees are provided below.

IMPORTANT NOTE: The revised graduation requirements for all the degrees listed below apply only to students who are on schedule to graduate with their class. The requirements for all other students (e.g., transfer students, non-traditional students, and students who fall behind due to multiple course withdrawals, a leave of absence or other reasons) will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis by the Dean's Office.

Bachelor of Arts

List of graduation requirements.  Note that one final philosophy or theology elective is optional (indicated by *) 

  • Completion of a minimum of 38 courses
  • English 103-104
  • Humanities I - IV: 101, 102, 201, 202
  • Two semesters of a same foreign language (ancient or modern) beyond elementary
  • Two semesters of a same laboratory science course
  • Three courses in Philosophy (Philosophy 105, 107, and an elective*)
  • Three courses in Theology (Biblical Literacy course, and two electives*)
  • A major field of concentration in accordance with departmental regulations (check with department for possible changes in major requirements)
  • A comprehensive examination in the major field of concentration

Honors Bachelor of Arts

Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Honors Bachelor of Science in Nursing

Note: additional details about graduation or major course requirements are available in the student's College Catalogue.