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AACOMAS Pre Req section of a school

Milky Wat

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Through aacomas specific pre-req courses need to be selected which applies to behavioral, biological, chemistry, English, chemistry.

I feel some of my classes might apply both, such as literature class which talks about social and cultural contexts in comic art creation: applies for English and behavioral pre req courses.

Do you think it is okay to put same class to both pre-req courses?
 

caterwaiter

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I would say it depends on the school and the prerequisites you're trying to fulfill with a particular course. AACOMAS offers SO many subject areas that it's really difficult to assign just one. I don't think it would be an issue to classify one course under multiple prerequisites as long as you can justify it through the course description if necessary. Also, make sure the school doesn't require that say, English and Humanities prerequisites be fulfilled by separate courses.
 

Milky Wat

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I would say it depends on the school and the prerequisites you're trying to fulfill with a particular course. AACOMAS offers SO many subject areas that it's really difficult to assign just one. I don't think it would be an issue to classify one course under multiple prerequisites as long as you can justify it through the course description if necessary. Also, make sure the school doesn't require that say, English and Humanities prerequisites be fulfilled by separate courses.

Got it! Thank you penguin!
 
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