Apr 16, 2024  
2023/2024 University Catalog 
2023/2024 University Catalog

Liberal Studies, Emphasis in Bilingual Multiple Subject Credential Integrated Teacher Education Program (B-ITEP), B.A. in Applied Arts and Sciences

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(Major Code: 49012) (SIMS Code: 331927)

Preparation for the Major

(57 units)

Complete 43 units of lower division core plus the courses listed below. These courses must be completed with a grade of C (2.0) or better and may not be taken for credit/no credit (Cr/NC).

Graduation Writing Assessment Requirement

Complete RWS 280  or RWS 281  [or LING 281 ] with a grade of C (2.0) or better before taking ECL 306W  and earn a grade of C (2.0) or better. See “Graduation Requirements for the Bachelor’s Degree ” for a complete listing of requirements.

International Experience

In recognition of the increasing globalization in all sectors of world society, the Liberal Studies International Experience has been established. Students participate in designated, pre-approved study abroad experiences in a different country. Options include a variety of short term and semester formats designed to meet the needs of different students, including those with family and work responsibilities. The purpose of the experience is to increase student awareness of cross-cultural and global issues - issues that are critical to their development as future teachers and citizens in a complex, rapidly changing world. All liberal studies majors are required to participate in an international experience approved by the program director.

To meet the international experience requirement, majors must complete one of the following:

  1. A CSU Study Abroad Program;
  2. An SDSU Exchange Program;
  3. An SDSU Study Abroad Program;
  4. An SDSU Study Travel Program;


Major Including Required Focus and Option

(75 units)

Upper Division Core

(44 units)

Emphasis ITEP

(31 units)


Students must pass the Liberal Studies Mathematics Proficiency Assessment prior to enrolling in MATH 312  and MATH 313 .
ED 970  serves as the equivalent of LIB S 498 .

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