Students admitted to Humanities 1 must complete 30 units as follows:
A full-course load for Humanities 1 is 30 units. (The final digit in course numbers indicates the unit weight of a course. A six-unit A/B course is taught from September to April and a three-unit course is normally a half-year course which may be taught either from September to December or January to April).
Admission to a Level II program normally requires completion of three to six units of the relevant subject in Level I. In order to be considered for admission to a Level II program, students should consult the admission statements for Level II programs when selecting their Level I courses.
Humanities 1 students are permitted to take up to 12 units of work in any single subject.
Students with a Grade 12 U course in Greek or Latin will register for six units of Level II Greek or Latin in lieu of the corresponding 1Z03 and 1ZZ3 courses.
Humanities 1 students may take no more than 12 units of introductory language courses.
Students uncertain as to whether language course prerequisites best reflect their linguistic ability are encouraged to consult the appropriate department for placement tests.
Students wishing to take Music courses other than MUSIC 1A03, 1AA3, 1CR3 or 1DA3 must make arrangements with the School of the Arts for qualifying tests.