[1] This requirement may not necessitate the taking of an "extra" course: for example, if a student majors in Anthropology (Area II) and takes a Humanities course at any level (Area I), they have satisfied the breadth requirement. Note: Mathematics, Computer Science, Physical Education and 1000-level college courses do not satisfy this requirement, unless they are cross-listed with a unit in Area I or Area II.

[2] In exceptional circumstances some prerequisites or corequisites may be waived at the discretion of the undergraduate director in consultation with the course director. All petitions to have pre- and corequisites waived must be submitted to the undergraduate office. Course directors may not waive prerequisites.