Change in Area E Requirement for ERE Majors Effective Fall 2012

To:  All ERE Majors

Effective with the Fall 2012 semester, students who complete an ERE major degree will not be required to take a separate Area E course, assuming you opt to graduate under the 2012/13 catalog (or later).  So if you haven't yet taken an Area E course, be sure to talk to your advisor about your catalog year election, and how to take advantage of the Area E GE course waiver for ERE majors.

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