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    The Hamline Plan is Changing!

    The undergraduate faculty have been hard at work revising the Hamline Plan general education curriculum. What is changing, and how do these changes impact you? View the  Hamline Plan Revision Chart  

    Computer Intensive

    • As of fall 2013, the computer intensive requirement was discontinued
    • All C designations have been removed from the class schedule
    • Students are no longer required to earn a C in order to graduate
        

    Writing Intensive 

    • Now designated with the letter W instead of T
    • All prior writing-intensive courses on your advisees' Piperline transcripts have been changed
    • Look for W's in the class schedule when helping students plan registration
    • Requirement has not changed, all students must take at least one writing intensive course each academic year
        

    LEAP (Liberal education as practice)

    • Formerly LEAD (Leadership, Education, and Development)
    • Now designated with the letter P
    • All prior LEAD courses on your advisees' Piperline transcripts have been changed
    • Look for P's in the class schedule when helping students plan registration
    • Requirement has not changed, all students must complete one LEAP experience
        

    Formal Reasoning and Quantitative Reasoning 

    • Reasoning has been divided into two categories
    • Formal Reasoning will be designated with the letter R
    • Quantitative Reasoning will be designated with the letter M
    • Look for R's and M's when helping students plan registration
    • Students admitted prior to Fall 2014 need to complete one reasoning course in either category
    • Students admitted Fall 2014 or later need to complete one course in each category or a single course designated with both R and M
        

    Residency

    • As of Fall 2014, students are no longer limited to 34 residency credits per academic year (fall/winter/spring)
    • Degree-seeking undergraduates remain limited to 8 credits in summer
    • A minimum of 56 credits are required in residence at Hamline (includes ACTC, Hamline-approved study abroad, and HECUA)
    • A minimum of 60 credits in residence, and graded on the A-F scale, are required for Latin Honors
    • 28 of a student's final 32 credits must be completed at Hamline
        

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