Requirements of the University
The University Requirements (42 semester credits/14 courses), in conjunction with the University's coordinated student activities and student government program, prepare students to achieve the seven learning outcomes of the college through a curriculum that provides a uniform educational experience in the liberal arts and sciences to all students in preparation for the academic challenges of the range of accredited baccalaureate degrees offered through the University.
This curriculum is comprised of the following common courses:
English: English I ENG100, English II ENG105, and Business & Technical Communications ENG201
Arabic: ARL100 and ARL105
Mathematics and Science Knowledge:
Math: College Mathematics MTG100 and Mathematics for Science and Technology MTT101
Statistics: General Statistics STT100
Natural Sciences NSC201
Social Sciences and Cultural Awareness:
UAE and GCC Society SOC201; Islamic Culture ISL100; Psychology PSY201; University Studies Skills UNS100; Philosophy PHI300
Introduction to Information Technology Applications ITE100
Students in the University College have advisors who are assigned to them by the UC; however, once students are admitted into one of the degree majors in an academic college, they are assigned advisors by that academic college.