Core English and Math Completion Policy
Competence in writing and mathematics is foundational to success at the university. Therefore, it is the policy of the University of Nevada, Reno that all degree-seeking students must be continuously enrolled in appropriate pre-Core or Core mathematics and English courses until the University Core Curriculum mathematics and English requirements are completed. For further information, contact your major advisor.
The University Core Curriculum Office is located in the Clark Administration Building, Room 206. The Clark Building is located on the south end of campus just east of Manzanita Lake. Visit our page on the online campus tour. Limited metered parking is available on the east side of the building. Office hours are Monday through Friday, 8:00 am-12:00 pm and 1:00-5:00 pm. We look forward to seeing you!
University Core Curriculum
Director: Dr. Elliott Parker
Office of the Provost/MS 1005
University of Nevada, Reno
Reno, NV 89557
Office: (775) 784-4710
Fax: (775) 784-6220
Core Curriculum Substitution Requests
After transfer coursework has been evaluated by Admissions and Records, students may submit requests for Core Curriculum substitution, as detailed in the General Catalog section, Admission Information for Transfer Students.
Please complete the Request for Core Curriculum Substitutions/Waivers form. Requests for Core Curriculum substitution will not be reviewed without this form and accompanying course syllabi. In some cases, additional course materials may be requested. Submit the form and syllabi to the Core Curriculum Office in person to Room 206 of the Clark Administration Building, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or by fax to (775) 784-6220. Please allow two to three weeks for the substitution determination and the change to be made to your academic record in MyNevada if approved.
Silver Core Curriculum Requirements and Course Lists
from the 2016-2017 General Catalog
- CO1: Effective Composition & Communication
- CO2: Quantitative Reasoning
- CO3: Critical Analysis & Use of Information
- CO4: Physical & Natural Phenomena
- CO5: History & Culture
- CO6: Culture, Societies & Individuals
- CO7: Artistic Composition, Interpretation & Expression
- CO8: Constitutions
- CO9: Science, Technology & Society
- CO10: Diversity & Equity
- CO11: Global Context
- CO12: Ethics
- CO13: Capstone Integration & Synthesis
- CO14: Application