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The completion of two Science and Society courses is a curriculum requirement for students pursuing Bachelor of Science degrees in The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Some courses may have been cancelled or are now full. Please check the Schedule of Classes to determine courses that are still open for registration. Take special note of omnibus courses (194, 294, 394, etc.) or special topics course numbers (e.g., POS 426). For these classes, the course title must match the course title shown on the list to be used for the Science and Society requirement.
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How many credits are required to complete this requirement?
At least 6 credit hours (2 courses), including at least 3 credit hours at the upper division (300-499) level. You must receive a grade of C or better in both courses.
Can these classes also fulfill other requirements?
Both Science and Society courses (i.e., all 6 credits) may count towards any major, minor, related fields, and ASU general studies requirements.
What is a Science and Society Course?
Courses approved as Science and Society must meet the three following learning goals:
Below is a link to a list of Science and Society Courses. The courses on this list may not be offered every term. Students should check the term-specific Available Courses links at the top of this webpage to verify if the course you want to take is being offered this term. Please note that for Special Topics courses, only the specific topic titles listed are approved for Science and Society credit.
Once you have completed an approved Science and Society course, the course should automatically populate in the Science and Society section of your DARS.