The Education and Health Meta-major is designed for students who are considering academic studies related to helping people through education or health fields. The Education and Health Meta-major includes some foundational science courses as well as exploratory courses in both education and health sciences.
The purpose of this preparatory program is to assist students who are undecided about their academic path through a collaborative student-centered approach. The University Advising Center engages students in the process of exploring and defining their academic and career goals and creates effective strategies to achieve these goals. Students are encouraged to take ACE 100 - Academic and Career Exploration (1 unit) in the fall semester of their freshman year to jumpstart their decision on a major.
Students who are not yet ready to declare a major are strongly encouraged to choose a meta-major for their course of study. After consultation with their advisor, students will choose a meta-major and courses that are applicable to multiple degrees within the general academic focus area.
There are four meta-majors for undeclared students:
Business & Communications Meta-major
Liberal Arts Meta-major
Health & Education Meta-major
Declaration of Major Policy
Undeclared students must declare a major before or upon completion of 45 credits as per the Declaration of Major Requirement policy specified in this catalog.
University Advising Center
Pennington Student Achievement Center, Room 405
(775) 784-4684 email@example.com
I. Silver Core General Education Requirements (24-27 units)
II. Additional Silver Core Requirements (18 units maximum)
Students must take courses that satisfy the following Core Objectives. Some or all of these requirements may be satisfied by courses in other requirements. Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter in this catalog.
A. Science, Technology & Society Course - CO9
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO9 courses.
B. Diversity & Equity Course - CO10
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO10 courses.
C. Global Context Course - CO11
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO11 courses.
D. Ethics Course - CO12
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO12 courses.
E. Capstone Integration & Synthesis Course - CO13
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO13 courses.
F. Application Course - CO14
Refer to the Core Curriculum chapter for a list of approved CO14 courses.
III. Additional College Requirements (0 units)
IV. Education and Health Meta-major Courses (2-28 units)
Students are strongly encouraged to work with an advisor to select courses that can be used to meet the specific requirements of the major(s) they are considering.
A. Education and Health Introductory Courses (2-13 units)