AP/IB classes should count HASS/LAIS/EBGN elective credit
I do not understand why liberal arts AP/IB tests only count as free elective credits. There are so many HASS/EBGN elective credit hours required to graduate, and many AP/IB classes are parallel to the liberal arts electives provided here. Why wouldn't a 4 or a 5 on AP (or a 5-7 on IB) tests for classes like the following count?
~ English Literature and Composition
~ English Language and Composition
~ Macroeconomics (yes, this can count for EBGN 201, but only if you have received a 4 or a 5 on both this and Microeconomics)
~ Microeconomics (see above)
~ United States Government and Politics
~ United States History
~ Human Geography
~ European History
~ World History
You can take HASS classes at a community college for two or three hundred bucks and transfer them back to mines. It's the workaround that exists right now. You just have to fill out a preapproval form at the registrar first.
How else are they gonna milk those extra credit hours out of us?? Tuition is important lmfao.
Obviously the specially tailored HASS classes here are specifically designed for the student engineer to learn valuable lessons of ethics and responsibility.