Are writing, history, and foreign language requirements on the chopping block at Sacramento State? (It feels like the liberal arts everywhere have bull's eyes on them.) From the article; "The committee will use the comments from staff and students to make revisions to their proposal before presenting it to the Faculty Senate in May, said Peigahi. The Senate is expected to vote on the proposal in the fall. If approved, changes to the university's graduation requirements could take place as early as the fall of 2013."
Sacramento State evaluates requirements, putting language, history on chopping block – The Sacrament
Sacramento State students may no longer have to take World Civilization or a second semester of writing to graduate. They could pass on the year of foreign language that has been required, as well as take three fewer units of an American history requirement if a committee's current recommendations a…