The Bachelor of Arts (General) degree provides a broad education in the arts. Students are required to complete 120 credit hours including a minimum of 60 credit hours of upper division course work. Ninety credit hours (including 30 credit hours at the upper level) must consist of Humanities and Social Science courses. For the purpose of the Bachelor of Arts (General) all courses from the following areas are considered Humanities or Social Science:
- Environmental Planning
- Environmental Studies
- First Nations Studies
- International Studies
- Northern Studies
- Political Science
- Social Work
- Women' s Studies
The minimum requirement for completion of the Bachelor of Arts (General) is 120 credit hours.
Lower Division Requirement
Students must complete 54 credit hours of lower division (100 and 200 level) course work.
Upper Division Requirement
Students must complete a minimum of 60 credit hours of upper division (300 and 400 level) course work.
Elective and Academic Breadth Requirement
Elective credit hours as necessary to ensure completion of a minimum of 120 credit hours, including any additional credits necessary to meet the Academic Breadth requirement of the University (see Academic Regulation 15).
Majors are not a component of the BA (General); however, students are strongly urged to include in their degree a completed minor from any of those programs within Arts or Social Sciences which offers a BA, or from the Philosophy or Russian Studies minor; i.e.: from the following list:
- Anthropology (BA program)
- Economics (BA program)
- English (BA program)
- Environmental Studies (BA program)
- First Nations Studies (BA program)
- Geography (BA program)
- History (BA program)
- International Studies (BA program)
- Northern Studies (BA program)
- Outdoor Recreation and Tourism Management (BA Program)
- Philosophy (Minor program)
- Political Science (BA program)
- Russian Studies (Minor program)
- Women's Studies (BA program)
Alternatively, students may complete a minimum of 18 credit hours from any of these programs.