By Ann Hunt Tufariello
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You will be able to concentrate on your studies better during the fall and spring terms if you do not have to focus all of your attention on one difficult course. Fulfilling Requirements for a Major Let's go back to the history major at Boston College and assume that he has completed most, if not all, of the core curriculum. Although he must also satisfy the requirements for a major in history, he has a great deal of freedom in choosing his classes. A history concentration at Boston College requires the following: a two-semester sequence in post-Renaissance European history; a two-semester sequence in American Civilization; two courses in non-Western or pre-1500 history; and six additional upper division courses.
Even if you pump your cloudy head full of caffeine, it will be very difficult to concentrate. Yet good concentration is exactly what you need to perform well on an exam, particularly a quantitative one. You will remember very little, if anything, after the exam. What is the point of spending four years in college and tens of thousands of dollars, if you are not going to learn anything? Future employers pay a premium for college graduates because they assume that these individuals have a broad knowledge base.
A student admitted to the College of Arts and Sciences at Boston College must complete 38 courses to graduate. The student will take 14 core courses (table 3-2), complete at least 10 courses in a major area of concentration, and demonstrate a language proficiency. Given a list of core requirements, the student will need to decide when to take each required course and with which professor. As you can see from the core curriculum shown in table 3-2, the student has some liberty in fulfilling the 14 requirements.
Up Your Grades by Ann Hunt Tufariello