Exception to Mathematics or Logical Reasoning Core Requirement
Approved by: University Curriculum and Policies Committee
Related Forms, Procedures and References: Academic Catalog | Disability Resources Website | Petition for Mathematical and Logical Reasoning Course Variance form
A student with a documented disability that impacts completion of a mathematics or logical reasoning course to satisfy the mathematics or logical reasoning liberal arts core requirement may petition for a course substitution.
To qualify, the student must meet with an access consultant in the O’Neill Center for Academic Development. The access consultant will:
- Review the student’s documentation of a disability
- If appropriate, make a recommendation for a course substitution
- Write a letter of support for a course substitution
The student must also discuss the petition with her academic advisor.
The director of academic advising will determine the substitute course(s) the student will take to complete the core requirement.