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Integration Courses (2 Courses, 6 Credits)

Integration Courses are the College Option in CUNY General Education.

This requirement applies only to students in the upper division, i.e. juniors and seniors. After earning a minimum of 60 credits or earning an Associate's Degree, and officially selecting a major, all upper-division students must complete two LEH courses. The two are to be chosen in topics outside their major from four of the following five variable topics courses. Each semester, a series of topics for these courses will be announced in the Schedule of Classes.

LEH 351: Studies in Scientific and Applied Perspectives. 3 hours, 3 credits (may be repeated for credit with a different topic). Selected topics in the social sciences, life and physical sciences and applied perspectives. Prerequisites: official selection of a major and either completion of 60 General Education credits or an Associate's Degree.

NOTE 1: In general, students should expect writing assignments and computer–based work along with research involving the library and the Internet.

NOTE 2: This course grants general education credit towards graduation for students in all major concentrations except Accounting, Anthropology, Anthropology (interdisciplinary concentration), Biology, Business Administration, Chemistry, Computer Graphics and Imaging, Computer Information Systems, Computer Science, Dietetics, Food, and Nutrition, Economics, Exercise Science, Geography, Geology, Health Education and Promotion, Health Education N-12, Health Services Administration, Italian American Studies, Mathematics, Nursing, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Recreation Education, Social Work, Sociology, Speech Pathology and Audiology.

LEH 352: Studies in Literature. 3 hours, 3 credits (may be repeated for credit with a different topic). Selected topics in literature. Prerequisites: official selection of a major and either completion of 60 General Education credits or an Associate's Degree.

NOTE 1: In general, students should expect writing assignments and computer–based work along with research involving the library and the Internet.

NOTE 2: This course grants general education credit towards graduation for students in all major concentrations except Classics, Comparative Literature, English, French, German, Greek, Greek and Latin, Hebraic and Judaic Studies, Italian, Latin, Russian and Spanish.

LEH 353: Studies in the Arts. 3 hours, 3 credits (may be repeated for credit with a different topic). Selected topics in the arts. Prerequisites: official selection of a major and either completion of 60 General Education credits or an Associate's Degree.

NOTE 1: In general, students should expect writing assignments and computer–based work along with research involving the library and the Internet.

NOTE 2: This course grants general education credit towards graduation for students in all major concentrations except Art, Dance, Dance-Theatre, Music.

LEH 354: Studies in Historical Studies. 3 hours, 3 credits (may be repeated for credit with a different topic). Selected topics in historical studies. Prerequisites: official selection of a major and either completion of 60 General Education credits or an Associate's Degree.

NOTE 1: In general, students should expect writing assignments and computer–based work along with research involving the library and the Internet.

NOTE 2: This course grants general education credit towards graduation for students in all major concentrations except African and African American Studies, American Studies, History, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Puerto Rican Studies.

LEH 355: Studies in Philosophy, Theory and Abstract Thinking. 3 hours, 3 credits (may be repeated for credit with a different topic). Selected topics in philosophy, theory and abstract thinking. Prerequisites: official selection of a major and either completion of 60 General Education credits or an Associate's Degree.

NOTE 1: In general, students should expect writing assignments and computer–based work along with research involving the library and the Internet.

NOTE 2: This course grants general education credit towards graduation for students in all major concentrations except Philosophy.

Last modified: 7/14/2014