Intellectual Foundations Program (IFP) Information

All entering freshmen, transfer students with less than 30 credits, and transfer students who have not earned an AA Degree must fulfill the University's IFP requirements as part of their pursuit of the baccalaureate degree. While the classes do not necessarily relate to the major, they do provide a foundation of knowledge that all well-educated students should possess. The IFP is composed of a total of 36 credit hours:  

6 hours of Foundations of Written Communication 

6 hours of Foundations of Society & Human Behavior 

6 hours of Foundations of Science & the Natural World 

6 hours of Foundations of Mathematics & Quantitative Reasoning

6 hours of Foundations in Global Citizenship 

6 hours of Foundations of Humanities

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 Last Modified 3/5/21