General Degree Requirements

The total number of credits for graduation is 120 (126 for Management/Accounting majors). All students should consult the latest Pitt-Greensburg Bulletin for information regarding requirements for their major and course descriptions.

Competencies

  • ENGCMP 0010* College Composition 1
  • ENGCMP 0020* College Composition 2
  • COMMRC 0520 Public Speaking
  • MATH 0080* Fundamentals of Modern Math  or MATH 0031* Algebra–depending on major

After the completion of ENGCMP 0020, all students must complete an additional three (3) credits of English composition*. Please see your advisor for details.

*All English composition and mathematics courses used to satisfy the competency requirements must be completed with a grade of C- or better.

Modes of Understanding 

  • Understanding Human Behavior - must select one couse listed as SS1 in the Schedule of Classes
  • Understanding American Society - must select one couse listed asSS2 in the Schedule of Classes
  • Understanding the Modern World - must select one couse listed asSS3 in the Schedule of Classes
  • Understanding the Natural World - must complete the two-course sequence listed as NS in the Schedule of Classes or two courses designated as NS The two-course (NS) sequence is interdisciplinary and will be concerned with facets of some common, basic scientific ideas and methods in chemistry, biology, and physics. Depending on major, students may substitute two approved natural science courses for the interdisciplinary sequence.
  • Understanding Literary Traditions - must select one course listed as LT in the Schedule of Classes.
  • Understanding Artistic Traditions -  must select one course listed as AT in the Schedule of Classes.
  • Understanding Philosophical Traditions - must select one course listed as PT in the Schedule of Classes.
  • Understanding Foreign Cultures - must select one course listed as FC in the Schedule of Classes.

Additional Requirements

In addition to the requirements listed above, all students must complete the following:

  • Two additional courses in two separate disciplines from among those designated, SS, SS1, SS2, or SS3 located in the Schedule of Classes;
  • Two courses in two separate disciplines from among those designated HM, LT, AT, or PT.
  • Two courses designated as NS1 or NS2 in the Schedule of Classes.

Capstone Requirements

Each senior must complete a senior project, seminar, thesis, or capstone course in his/her major.

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