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Where can I find a list of courses approved for College of Arts & Sciences Breadth?
Courses approved for College of Arts & Sciences Breadth can be found in the UD Catalog. Once on the catalog page, please reference the most current catalog year when selecting breadth requirements.
Where can I find a list of courses approved for University Breadth?
Courses approved for University Breadth can be found in the UD Catalog. Once on the catalog page, please reference the most current catalog year when selecting breadth requirements.
Who is required to complete University breadth requirements?
All students admitted to a University of Delaware undergraduate
degree program in Fall 2010 or later are required to complete University
breadth requirements. Students admitted to the College of Arts and
Sciences must also complete the CAS breadth requirements.
Can students use courses from their majors to complete University breadth requirements?
Students with ONE major may NOT use courses from that major to
satisfy University breadth. Students with more than one major may use courses from their majors to satisfy University Breadth. The University Breadth policy can be found in the UD Catalog.
Can students use University Breadth Courses toward the Arts and Sciences Breadth Requirements?
Yes! Up to 3 credits from each of the University Breadth Requirement
categories may be used to simultaneously satisfy the CAS Breadth
requirements. See a visual representation of how this works.
Please be aware, while University Breadth courses may satisfy the CAS
Breadth requirement, it is not always true that CAS breadth courses may
satisfy the University Breadth requirement. Make sure that you select
from the correct breadth list to satisfy your requirement.
What is the minimum grade requirement for College of Arts and Sciences breadth requirements?
For students who are admitted in Fall 2010 or later, the minimum
grade requirement for College of Arts and Sciences breadth is C-. For students who were admitted to a degree program PRIOR to Fall
2010, the minimum grade requirement for CAS breadth is D-.
Can students use courses from their majors to complete College of Arts and Sciences Breadth requirements?
I've noticed that some courses have changed from one group to another. What does that mean for students?
Our policy is to honor the course as it was categorized when the
student took it. If, for example, a student took ARTH 153 in Spring 2010
as a Group B course, we will honor that as a Group B. However, since
the course became a Group A course in Fall 2010, any student who takes
it in Fall 2010 (or later) may use it only as a Group A. Similarly, the
student who took the course in Spring 2010 while the course was a Group B
course cannot now elect use the course as a Group A.
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Sometimes a course is given one-time-only approval to satisfy a certain breadth requirement when taught in a certain semester or as part of a study abroad program.
Honors Colloquia - On the UHP page, please see the Honors Course Book for information about which sections are approved for which breadth requirements
Study Abroad Approvals - specific course/section information will be found within each study abroad program's course listings.