LEH 351- 355: Capstone Courses
- LEH 351 Studies in Science & Applied Perspectives: Selected topics in the social sciences, life and physical sciences and applied perspectives
- LEH 352 Studies in Literature: Selected topics in literature.
- LEH 353 Studies in the Arts: Selected topics in the arts.
- LEH 354 Historical Studies: Selected topics in historical studies.
- LEH 355 Studies in Philosophy, Theory & Abstract Thinking: Selected topics in philosophy, theory and abstract thinking.
- Prerequisites for the LEH351-LEH355 courses are 60 credits (or an associate’s degree) and declaration of a major. No permission is required to register for LEH351-LEH355.
- As the final General Education courses in the junior or senior year, all students are required to take two of the LEH351-355 courses.
- In order to fulfill the requirement, these two must be outside the chosen major field. For example, a student majoring in Business Administration (which is an applied perspective) may choose two courses from LEH352, LEH353, LEH354, or LEH355.
- Click here for the list of majors and the LEH350-series course which cannot be taken for General Education credit.
- The General Education requirement is to take TWO DIFFERENT courses outside the major area. Different sections from the same course do not satisfy the requirement.
- Sections of LEH351- LEH355 are devoted to a variety of topics, which change from semester to semester. The sections are often multi-disciplinary, which means that they examine topics from the perspective of different disciplines. The topic of the course comes from one of the five basic areas of the courses.
- Students may take more than two LEH351-355 courses and may take individual courses than once for elective credit. An LEH351-355 which is in the student’s major area may be taken for elective credit, even though the course will not grant General Education credit.
Courses and Descriptions
Last modified: May 24, 2013