What does “breadth” in Humanities and Social Sciences mean?

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What does “breadth” in Humanities and Social Sciences mean?

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Due to the “depth” requirement within our engineering program, you will select from two subject categories within one of the Humanities and the Arts or Social and Behavioral Sciences Gen Ed categories. In the remaining category, e.g., the one you have not taken “depth” in, you will need to select your three (3) course in this category from three (3) different subject areas. Here are several examples of this: You took depth in HIST (History) and have another course in LIT (Literature). You would need to select your remaining three courses in Social and Behavioral Sciences in three different subjects: ANTH (Anthropology), ECON (Economics), GEOG (Geography), POLS (Political Science), PSYC (Psychology), or SOC (Sociology). or You took two courses (depth) in ANTH (Anthropology) and have another course in POLS (Political Science). You will need to select your remaining three courses in Humanities and the Arts in three different subjects: ARTMUS (Art History/Music Appreciation), CRPRF (Creati

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