Minor A grouping of three courses complementing a students chosen Major Minor

Minor a grouping of three courses complementing a

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Minor – A grouping of three courses, complementing a student’s chosen Major. Minor Capstone - A minor at Baruch consists of three courses, two of which must be at the 3000 level or higher, followed by a 4000 level course, called the Capstone course. Electives Courses which are not counted towards general education requirements, majors or minors are considered ‘electives’. At Baruch we differentiate elective credits between liberal arts electives and non-liberal arts electives. Transferred courses numbered 7000 or 7050 are counted as elective courses. Enrollment Appointment - A registration appointment day and time; the first moment (but not the last) that a student is permitted to enroll (register) in classes for a given term on CUNYfirst. This is not a live/in-person appointment. 5
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PATHWAYS DESIGNATIONS & WAIVERS Once a student has met a Common Core requirement at one CUNY college, that requirement will be met at any other CUNY college. Your previous CUNY school designates the course towards a specific requirement by assigning a “Requirement Designation” on your Transfer Credit Report. Non-CUNY transfer students have their “Requirement Designation” determined at Baruch by the Transfer Center. Students who transfer to Baruch with an Associate’s of Arts (AA) or Associate’s of Science (AS) degree will satisfy both the Required Core and Flexible Core of the Pathways curriculum. Students who transfer to Baruch with an Associates of Applied Arts (AAS) degree may still need to satisfy areas of the Required and Flexible Core. AAS students must review their “Requirement Designations” for each requirement. Students who have already earned a Bachelor’s Degree (2 nd degree students) are waived from the Required Core, Flexible Core and College Option requirements. 6
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YOUR TRANSFER CREDIT REPORT 7
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MATH REQUIREMENTS Every student must satisfy the Required Core: Mathematical & Quantitative Reasoning requirement. See below for the Math requirement for your intended major: Zicklin School of Business (All Business Majors) Required Math: Calculus (MTH 2010, 2205, 2206, 2207, 2610, 2630, 3010) Marxe School of Public and International Affairs Required Math: MTH 2003 or a more advanced math class Weissman Schools of Arts and Sciences (Liberal Arts Majors) Required Math: MTH 2140 or 2160 (satisfies requirement for Math at the 2000 level)* *Some liberal arts majors require more advanced math (including: Math, Economics, and Psychology) Transfer credit overrides placement . Baruch’s Math Sequence: CSTM 0100 >> CSTM 0120 >> MTH 1030 >> MTH 2003 >> MTH 2205 8
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COMPLETING YOUR PROGRAM PLANNING SHEET Review your Baruch Transfer Credit Report on CUNYfirst and check the appropriate circle: 1. Check for WAIVED : If you are waived from the requirement 2.
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