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Any one of the four paths below will fulfill the COLLEGE requirement.

Commitment 1 quarter, classes offered in Autumn, Winter, Spring 1 quarter, only offered in Autumn 3 quarters (Autumn, Winter, and Spring) 3 quarters (Autumn, Winter, and Spring)
Student Experience Provides an opportunity to delve into citizenship, liberal education, cutting-edge big ideas, or global topics.  Students will engage with longer texts and use writing as a means of understanding what they have read, of thinking for themselves and of developing a coherent set of aspirations and values Opportunity to join a tightly knit residential artist community while exploring art history and theory and experiencing world class art events through field trips Fosters close relationships among students and instructors in an residential atmosphere that emphasizes critical thinking and interpretation while studying classic texts
Residence N/A N/A Burbank East Florence Moore
Requirements Satisfied COLLEGE, 1 Way COLLEGE, WR1, 1 Way COLLEGE, WR1, up to 3 Ways if all three quarters completed COLLEGE, WR1, WR2, up to 4 Ways if all three quarters completed
Number of Units 3-unit Seminars or 4-unit Lecture courses 7 11 (4 units each in Autumn and winter; 3 units in Spring) 24 (8 units each quarter)
Size Varies: Seminars are 15-person. Lecture courses will have 40-90 person lectures with 15-person discussion sections 15-person seminars and writing sections 44-person lectures; 15-person discussion sections 96-person lectures; 15-person discussion sections
Structure Varies: Seminars are two 80-minute discussions per week; Lecture courses are two 50-minute lectures with two 50-minute discussion sections per week One 80-minute seminar, two 110-minute writing sections, and one 50-minute Friday plenary per week Autumn: two 50-minute lectures & two 50-minute discussions. Winter: two 110-minute writing sections. Spring: one 50-minute lecture & two 50-minute discussions. Three 60-minute lectures, and two 120-minute discussion sections per week

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