Once you have attained the breadth of knowledge from the lower-division courses, you will be ready to start your upper-division courses. In this second part of your General Education requirements you will learn how all these fields of study relate to each other, and how each one helps in the advancement of the other. As you bring all this knowledge together and integrate it in a well-rounded understanding, you can apply it in your own major and use it in practical, real-world circumstances.
Area I: Advanced Written Composition (9 units)
Area II: Human Expression Across the Globe (10 units)
Area III: Arts, Literature, Philosophy, and Foreign Languages (9 units)