At least a one-year sequence of introductory physics.
Through analysis and discussion, Music Humanities introduces students to representative musical works from
One semester of a professional-level course.
One semester of chemistry and/or physics laboratory work; selection will depend upon major.
Completion of Calculus IV (MATH V1202) is required for almost all SEAS majors.
Through an analysis and discussion of selected works of painting, sculpture, and architecture central to the traditions of Western art, and field trips to museums and art galleries,
Masterpieces of Western Literature and Philosophy, popularly known as “Lit Hum,” offers students the opportunity t
University Writing, with its focus on academic reading and writing, complements the other courses in
One semester of
The key to every Columbia student’s liberal arts experience is a solid knowledge of at least one foreign language and culture.