MULTIPLE-COUNTING IN THE GENERAL EDUCATION CURRICULUM
Courses taught by St. Olaf instructors
1. With the exception of the First Year Seminar, courses may satisfy Foundation Studies requirements in conjunction with other General Education requirements.
2. A course may satisfy up to two requirements in different Core Studies areas. A course may not satisfy both requirements in a single Core Study area.
3. Courses that meet the Ethical Issues and Normative Perspectives requirement may not meet any Core Studies requirements, although EIN courses may meet other appropriate General Education requirements.
4. The Interdisciplinary Studies requirement may be fulfilled in conjunction with other GE requirements in Foundation or Core Studies. [By action of the faculty on October 5, 1993, implementation of this requirement has been postponed.]
5. With the exception of the First Year Seminar, courses that have been approved for General Education credit may also, at the discretion of departments or interdisciplinary programs, count for credit in a major or concentration.
Courses taught by non-St. Olaf instructors
1. Multiple-counting of General Education requirements for off-campus courses instructed by non-St. Olaf faculty is permitted only for the following types of courses:
a. Courses appropriate to the Course with Writing requirement (WRI)
b. Courses appropriate to the Multicultural Studies Course requirement (MCS-G) or Component requirement (MCS-D)
Such courses may meet one other General Education requirement if they meet the relevant guidelines outlined in General Education Accreditation of Off-Campus Work: Policies and Procedures.2. With the approval of the relevant department chair or program adviser, off-campus course work may meet both a General Education and a major or concentration requirement.