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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2020-2022 School of Management and Labor Relations Labor Studies and Employment Relations Bachelor of Science in Labor and Employment Relations General Education Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree  

General Education Requirements for the Bachelor of Science Degree


The School of Management and Labor Relations is fully compliant with the Lampitt Law requiring that all individuals who have earned an associate in arts (A.A.) or associate in science (A.S.) degree from a New Jersey county college will have fulfilled its general education requirements. For others, the requirements are:

Writing: 6 credits. Expository writing (01:355:101) and one second-level writing course. See Degree Navigator for a list of approved second-level writing courses.

Quantitative Reasoning: 6 credits. Two courses in mathematics or applied quantitative reasoning. See Degree Navigator for lists of courses in each area.

Natural Sciences: 6 credits. See Degree Navigator for lists of courses in each area.

Arts and Humanities: 3 credits. See Degree Navigator for lists of courses in each area.

History: 3 credits. See Degree Navigator for lists of courses in each area.

Diversity:  3 credits.  See Degree Navigator for lists of courses in each area.

 
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