CUNY PATHWAYS Liberal Arts and Sciences (AA)

REQUIRED COMMON CORE

CREDITS

English Composition

6

ENG 110 & ENG 111

 

Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning

31

MAT 100, MAT 105, MAT 115, MAT 120, MAT 160, MAT 210, MAT 220

 

Life and Physical Sciences

32

 

 

FLEXIBLE COMMON CORE3

 

World Cultures and Global Issues

3

U.S. Experience in Its Diversity

3

Creative Expression

3

Individual and Society

3

Scientific World

3

One (1) additional course from the Flexible Common Core

3

 

 

MAJOR REQUIREMENTS

 

Natural Science Laboratory

1-24

Modern Languages, Humanities, Arts and Culture

65

Behavioral & Social Sciences / Historical Studies / Public Affairs

6

Recommended/Options/Electives*

96

A. Language and Linguistics 

B. Education 
C. English 
D. Latin-American & Caribbean Studies 

E. Black Studies 
F. Public Affairs 

G. Historical Studies 

H. Social Work 

I. Community Health 
J. Women  & Gender Studies 
K. Mathematics 
L. Theater

 

*For the Recommended/Options/Electives see the Degree Audit for course offerings.

 

Electives & Options
Electives: The students may use the electives credits in any number of ways.  Students may choose to take courses that interest them, or they may choose to select courses that satisfy one of the options available at Hostos for entry into major at a senior institution.

Free Electives

7-87

Total  Credits  for Degree

60

1 Stem courses of four (4) credits will fulfill core requirements for Mathematical and Quantitative Reasoning category. 
2 Stem courses of four (4) credits will fulfill core requirements for Life & Physical Sciences and the Scientific World categories. 
3 The Flexible Common Core features six (6) liberal arts and sciences courses with at least one course from each of the five (5) listed areas, and no more than two courses in any discipline or interdisciplinary field. Course menus are subject to modification as additional courses may be added.  Students should consult their advisor to determine current menu offerings. 
4 Students who complete a STEM variant science course or a sequence in the natural sciences are exempt. 
5 Course menus are based on departmental offerings or pre-requisites for entry into concentration requirements. Students who enroll in a modern language discipline should complete two semester sequence. 
6 Students may complete approved foundation courses for articulated entry into senior college degree concentrations. While completion of a concentration is encouraged; students may pursue an elective option. The concentrations are illustrative and additional offerings are under development. Students should consult with an advisor to determine specific requirements for entry into program majors. 
7 Students who complete prerequisites or foundation courses in a concentration through the Flexible Core may select additional electives from the clustered disciplines, or the free elective category.

 

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