Skip to Main Content

College of Fine Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences Policies


To qualify for university degrees, baccalaureate candidates are required to obtain a 2.00 (C) average in their total course of study (the School of Criminology & Justice Studies requires a 2.2 cumulative average overall and a 2.5 average in criminal justice courses); to complete a minimum of 120 semester credits; to fulfill the minimum residency requirement designated for university day courses and for each major; to satisfy the regulations and academic standards of the colleges that exercise jurisdiction over the degrees for which they are matriculating; to complete all curriculum requirements and minimum averages in majors specified by the college in which they are enrolled and department(s) in which they are majoring; and to complete the university Core Curriculum requirements.