First-Year Seminar 102. Usually this selection fulfills one of the divisional requirements from Fine Arts, Sciences, Social Sciences, or Humanities. The First Year Seminar 102 course is counted in the home department of the teaching faculty member and is subject to the single departmental course rule for the divisional general education policy.
100 Level Physical Education Courses. All 100-level Physical Education activity classes/intercollegiate sports are offered for Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory credit. A student may count toward graduation no more than four credits for participation experiences that are credited Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory, unless such credits in excess of four are required for the student's major or minor.
Repeating Courses. Students may repeat courses in order to develop greater mastery of the subject matter. However, second efforts do not erase original efforts, including failed first attempts, and both grades will be included in the GPA calculations. Should students take and successfully complete a course two different times, he/she must be aware that both grades will be included in the GPA calculations but the credit hours cannot be included twice. You may wish to discuss all potential ramifications with the Registrar if this scenario is a factor for you. Students wishing to re-enroll for a course for which they have already received a passing mark must receive permission of the chairperson of that department and the instructor of the course to be taken.