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Bachelor of Arts
College of Arts and Sciences
Program of Study
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All WSU undergraduates must complete the University Common Requirements (UCORE). These can generally be satisfied with a direct transfer degree. For a list of direct-transfer agreements, visit WSU’s Transferring an Associate Degree page.
Humanities students have two options; their program of study can include two (PLAN A) or three (PLAN B) different concentrations.
24 semester credits in one Humanities discipline
At least 15 credits must be upper division (300-400 level).
Plan A primary concentration areas
- Women’s Studies
15 semester credits in any discipline
All 15 credits must be concentrated within one Humanities discipline and at least six of these credits must be upper-division (300-400 level).
Three Areas of Concentration
A minimum of 21 semester credits for all concentrations and electives must be upper division (300-400 level).
9 semester credits in one Humanities discipline
9 semester credits in a second Humanities discipline
9 semester credits in a third Humanities discipline
12 semester credits in Humanities disciplines
Plan B primary concentration areas
- Comparative Ethnic Studies
- Fine Arts
- Foreign Language and Cultures
- Women’s Studies
All students, including community college transfer students with an approved transferable AA degree from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, California, Arizona or Hawaii, or students pursuing a second major in the College of Arts and Sciences, will be held to the following additional requirements:
- Foreign Language: Complete 2 years of high school or 1 year of college in a single foreign language
- Additional 3 semester credits of [SSCI], [HUM], or [ARTS] for a total of 12 semester credits of UCORE
- Additional 1 lab credit of [BSCI], [PSCI] for a total of 8 semester credits and 2 labs.
Please review the online WSU Catalog for additional information about specific degree requirements.