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Not exactly. I think SEAS kids can take some higher level math/computer science in place of SOME core courses? But the majority of the Core applies like LitHum, Contemporary Civilization, and stuff. Besides, why wud you go to Columbia SEAS if you didn't like the core? Go to Cornell or Penn in that case.
Shraf's list seems about right, but I would add that in addition to the non-science requirements he listed, you have to take a certain number of non-science electives of your choosing. I think it's 3 or 4 classes. You can take anything non-technical you want -- econ, languages, humanities, arts, etc.
to be even more exact, what C2002 said is also correct but that isnt set by the university, its set by ABET