BT 243, Macroeconomics, and BT 244, Microeconomics, may be counted as upper-level humanities courses, provided they are not required courses in the student's major.

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Stevens Institute of Technology opened in 1870, offering a rigorous engineering curriculum grounded in scientific principles and the humanities. Film Studies. g.

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Western Literature: Middle Ages to the Present. non-HMU courses). A unique, design-focused, hands-on course every semester. colleges and upper level humanities can only be transferred from four-year colleges. Students can transfer in at most 50% of their required graduation credits; to get a Stevens degree, at least 50% of the required graduation credits must be taken at Stevens.

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If you have any questions about credit transfers, email transfercredit@stevens. Not unmanageable on its own, but tough if you have other difficult major classes that semester.

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It provides broad exposure to multiple disciplines and forms the basis for developing important intellectual, civic, and practical capacties.

All undergraduate students are required to complete CAL 103, Writing and Communications, and CAL 105, Knowledge, Nature, Culture.