See General Education Core Requirements - Item 9, Multicultural Requirement, for courses meeting the Multicultural requirement.
ECON 190 satisfies three credits of the social science requirement and the University International Requirement.
EGG 307, Engineering Economics, is approved by the University General Education Committee to meet three credits of the social science requirement.
UNLV requires six credits of humanities and nine credits of social science. Six of these 15 credits must be taken before the student can achieve advanced standing status. ECON 190 and the Multicultural/Humanities elective may be taken either pre-program or advanced standing. EGG 307 must be taken after achieving advanced standing status.