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Evening Program Core Requirements

The Evening Program Core Curriculum provides students a broad base of knowledge across the natural and social sciences and humanities, with an emphasis on writing, research, and analytical skills. All evening program degree candidates in the Intensive Talmud Track must complete the core course requirements.

Core requirements include the following courses:

  • COC 101: Fundamentals of Speech 3 credits
  • LLE 101 and 102: English Composition I & II 6 credits
    Unless exempted by placement examination
  • LLE 201 or LLE 203: Advanced Expository Writing or Business Report Writing 3 credits
  • EBE 101, 102 or POL 101: Principles of Microeconomics, Principles of Macroeconomics or American Politics 3 credits
  • One semester of Mathematics 3 credits
    Determined by placement examination
  • One semester of Natural Science 3 credits
  • MCO 140 or MCO 104: One semester of Computer Science 3 credits
  • Judaic Studies 3 credits per full-time semester 
  • Intensive Talmud 3 credits per semester, 7 semesters post high-school

In addition to the core curriculum, all students must satisfy the following degree requirements to graduate:

  • Completion of 120 credits of college-level work, approved by the dean, that include:
    BS Requirements:  60 credits of liberal arts and science 
    BA Requirements: 90 credits of liberal arts and science
  • Completion of a major 
    50% of major courses should be completed at the College
  • 45 credits completed in residency at the College, and coursework at the Main Campus or at a branch campus offering the major.
  • Cumulative GPA of 2.0; at least a 2.3 GPA in an approved major
    Some departments may require examinations, additional course work, or a higher grade point average

Students must document high-school graduation or the equivalent before they can be awarded a college degree.

Note: Students not enrolled in the Intensive Talmud Track of the Evening Program should meet with the Dean or Assistant Dean in order to review requirements for graduation.