1. First, carefully review your major area requirements, as you will still need to meet the minimum number of major and LSP courses, especially as they apply to the six Learning Domains: 1) Arts and Literature, 2) Philosophical Inquiry, 3) Religious Dimensions, 4) Self, Society, and the Modern World, 5) Scientific Inquiry, and 6) Understanding the Past.
2. Review and select one of the possible Themed Groupings from the master list, and carefully examine all associated courses, including the Seminar on Multiculturalism offerings. These courses are all approved for LSP credit and thus simply represent an organized subset of classes you would normally be taking anyhow to meet your LSP requirements.
3. Combine as many of the identified courses within the Themed Grouping as you can, while still fulfilling your LSP requirements. Ideally, you should have at least five courses in a Themed Grouping, but the more the better. (Some students may even link other LSP course requirements, such as their Focal Point Seminar or Junior-Year Experiential Learning class, to strengthen a Themed Grouping.)
4. If during registration you don’t see the courses you want to take to round out a Themed Grouping, check in CampusConnect to see when those courses are typically scheduled and thus likely to be offered next. Then simply plan accordingly.