In accordance with university requirements, DHC students must take UNIV 101: Academic Advising Seminar as part of their general education coursework. Preferably, students taking UNIV 101 should take the section designated specifically for DHC students.
DHC applicants are normally expected to have met the competence requirements for world language prior to acceptance. Students who have not done so will be required to take classes through World Language 153.
DHC applicants are normally expected to have met the competence requirements for mathematics prior to acceptance. Students who have not done so will be required to take classes through MATH 154 or placement in MATH 172 or higher.
Upper-division Scholarship Experience
The upper-division scholarship experience involves additional, advanced courses and a culminating research project either in the arts and humanities or in the sciences. Students may take either of the upper-division scholarship experiences at any time, with or without the DHC core curriculum.
Arts and Humanities Honors
A student who completes the upper-division honors courses in the arts and humanities as well as a thesis/capstone project will earn the title Arts and Humanities Honors Scholar.