warren GEs

<p>-so for general requirements, its Warren writing, formal skills, and ethics/society (which we can only take after warren writing). that means....
-an average warren undeclared student should take warren writing, math course, and 2 of any lower division courses for pofc that we are interested in?
-there is no fine arts or language requirement unless you want to major in those right?</p>

<p>An average warren undeclared student would take 2 classes in formal skills (not necessary a math class), one in cultural diversity, two classes of warren writing and two in ethics/society. You take 2 pofcs that are NOT related to your major. So it's not what pofc you're personally interested in. </p>

<p>There are no fine arts or language requirements.</p>

<p>Try to have it so your formal skills and cultural diversity classes overlap with your major or PofCs.</p>

<p>thanks alot!
-warren writing, one formal skill, a lower division class from public policy major, and a cultural diversity class would be an okay schedule?
-what are examples of cultural diversity?</p>

<p>^Here's the link for the list. Click "Freshman General Education Requirements" on the side bar. I would definitely recommend seeing if you can overlap a cultural diversity class with a PofC unless you really want to take an extra class. There's no rush to finish your Warren GEs, you can finish them whenever you want.</p>

<p><a href="http://warren.ucsd.edu/_files/academic-forms/advising_handbook.pdf%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://warren.ucsd.edu/_files/academic-forms/advising_handbook.pdf&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>oh now i get what you mean by overlapping cultural diversity with pofcs! but i was looking through the cultural diversity section and it seems like they are all upper division courses? no?
Thank you so much @$kingselite$! i feel like you always answer my questions even if they are repetitive!</p>