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University of Pittsburgh    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
  Apr 17, 2024
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

College of General Studies

The College of General Studies (CGS) provides adult and nontraditional students with a wide variety of learning options. Students who enroll in the College of General Studies can complete a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Sciences degree in career-oriented fields and in concentrations in the arts and sciences. In addition to a degree, students may prepare for transfer to any of the University’s upper-division and professional schools. The College also offers a wide range of certificate programs in specialized fields such as health services, accounting, and information sciences. For those students who already have a degree but desire career-related study or preparation for graduate study, the College of General Studies permits them to register in a non-degree program. The College of General Studies uses the same faculties as Arts and Sciences and the professional schools of the University to provide instruction.

Professors and instructors teaching for the College of General Studies come from the following seven undergraduate and professional schools across the University of Pittsburgh: Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences, College of Business Administration, School of Dental Medicine/Dental Hygiene Program, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, School of Computing and Information, and School of Nursing. CGS instructors include full-time faculty, regular part-time faculty, adjunct, graduate students, and professionals and leaders from throughout the greater Pittsburgh region.

The College of General Studies targets its curriculum to adult and transfer students who have been out of high school at least two years. Most of the students attending the College have full-time work or family responsibilities and therefore take full advantage of the unique delivery systems available for instruction. Students may enroll in traditional day classes, evening classes, or Saturday classes; or they may enroll for CGS Online courses.

Contact Information

University of Pittsburgh
College of General Studies
1400 Wesley W. Posvar Hall
230 South Bouquet Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15260
Fax: 412-624-5461

Financial Aid

The Office of Admissions and Financial Aid handles all financial aid processing for College of General Studies students. Obtain information regarding the necessary forms and important deadline dates from the University’s financial aid Web site, or call 412-624-7488.

Students who wish to be considered for supplemental financial aid may apply through the Office of the Director of the McCarl Center and the College of General Studies. Students must have a completed current application for University assistance and all federal programs, including loans, on file with the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid located in Alumni Hall (forms are available on the financial aid Web site). CGS supplemental aid is awarded on a rolling basis and is need-based. The CGS supplemental financial aid application is available at

Academic and need-based scholarships are available through CGS. Information concerning these scholarships for enrolled CGS students is available at

Career Services

A CGS career consultant is available to assist students with the formulation of career objectives and preparation for the job search. Various seminars are offered throughout the year, and a variety of resource materials are available for student use. For more information on CGS career services, visit:


College of General Studies students can now self-register using the University portal, Enrollment periods are posted in the Student Center prior to each term.

Class Locations and Times

Students in the College of General Studies have an array of options for where and when to pursue their course work.

Pittsburgh Campus

The full range of courses offered by the College of General Studies is available at the Pittsburgh campus. The 120-acre campus is located in Oakland.

CGS Online

CGS Online provides students with the opportunity to earn credit towards degrees and certificates through two course formats. All courses offered through CGS Online are Web-based, meaning that most course materials can be accessed through CourseWeb, the University’s course management system. CGS Online courses are offered in the following formats:

  • Web courses feature web-based instruction and interaction. Students interact with their instructors and other students through the class web site.  Students are required to participate in online discussions and activities. Students complete the course requirements within one term and move through the course materials as a cohort.
  • Hybrid courses combine web-based interaction and face-to-face instructions. Students are required to attend scheduled workshops and participate in online discussions and activities. Students complete the course requirements within one term and move through the course materials as a cohort.

CGS Online courses meet the same standards for content excellence and expert instruction as our traditional classroom courses.

Saturday Classes

Saturday classes are offered on the Pittsburgh campus for students who find Saturday a convenient time to attend class.

Class Meeting Times

In general, courses meet 50 minutes per week for each credit hour awarded. Most courses are three credits and meet once a week for two-and-a-half hours. Courses including recitations or lab sections may have longer class times.

Admission Requirements

Admission requirements vary based on the program the student is applying to and are detailed as follows.

Degree-Seeking Students

Those students who desire to complete a degree at the University of Pittsburgh, either in the College of General Studies or ultimately transferring elsewhere in the University, are required to apply as degree-seeking students through the University’s Office of Admissions and Financial Aid (OAFA). Students applying as degree-seeking students must provide:

  • A completed application,
  • The $45 application fee,
  • A high school transcript, and
  • Transcripts from all colleges or universities previously attended.

Once this information has been provided, students will be reviewed for admission. OAFA makes all admission decisions on an individual basis in a holistic way, with past performance and future potential considered. While it is not required, it is highly recommended to have the strongest application possible that students complete the Short Answer Questions form to highlight past and/or work experiences, training, educational pursuits, and explain any exceptional circumstances that they believe the Admission Committee should take into account in reviewing their records. Students are also encouraged to provide letters of recommendation.

Students must meet a number of specific admissions criteria, depending on their previous experience. A selection of these criteria follows below. For details, refer to the Office of Admissions and Financial Aid website:

  • Less than two years since high school graduation: To be considered for admission, recent high school graduates must apply for Arts and Sciences admission and must meet the regular standards for admission as defined by Arts and Sciences. (See Pittsburgh Campus Freshman Admissions  section of this bulletin for details.) Students may apply for transfer to the College of General Studies after completing 12 credits, including the mathematics and seminar in composition requirements.
  • More than two years since high school graduation: Less weight is given to high school performance. Evidence of maturity, motivation, ability, and consistency as reflected in the fulfillment of adult responsibilities are an important basis for the admission decision.
  • GED/high school equivalency: Students scoring at the 50th percentile or higher may be considered for admission.
  • Disciplinary dismissal: Students who are dismissed from a college or university for disciplinary reasons must provide documentation from a college official stating the reason(s) for dismissal.

Certificate Program Admission

Students looking to broaden their educational experience or seeking professional development may elect to enroll in an academic certificate program. Certificate programs offer a course concentration in a specific area of study and may partially fulfill the student’s degree requirements.

Students seeking admission to one of the certificate programs in the College of General Studies must meet CGS certificate admission criteria and complete the CGS online application. Students are required to provide transcripts from all colleges and universities attended. Students must take at least one-half of the coursework for the certificate at the University of Pittsburgh and earn a 2.0 or better GPA in certificate courses. The certificates offered by CGS are as follows: 

  • Accounting (post-baccalaureate program)
  • Communication
  • Community health assessment
  • Corporate/community relations
  • Digital media
  • Gender, sexuality, and women’s studies
  • Information system design
  • Leadership
  • Managing health services programs and projects
  • National preparedness and homeland security
  • Nonprofit management
  • Writing
  • Writing for the professions

* Please note that the Leadership certificate must be earned in conjunction with a degree. To enter the Accounting certificate, students must already have a bachelor’s degree with at least a 2.75 GPA.

Non-degree Admission

Post-baccalaureate Students

Students who already hold a bachelor’s degree and desire to complete University course work as preparation for graduate study or for personal or professional interest, but do not desire to complete a second degree, may apply for admission as non-degree students. These students need to complete the CGS online application for admission and provide transcripts for all previous college work. Students who enroll under this program and later desire to earn a degree will be reviewed for admission under the normal admission criteria.

Guest, Visiting, and Summer Visiting Students

Guest, Visiting, and Summer Visiting students are students enrolled in an undergraduate degree program at another university who plan to take courses for credit at the University of Pittsburgh with the intention of transferring those courses back to their home institution. To be eligible for admission, students must have a minimum 2.5 cumulative or overall GPA. Guest student status is given for one semester only. Students apply through the CGS online application. Admissions is rolling. Applications should be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to the start of classes. 

Inactive Student Re-admission/Reinstatement

Reinstatement is necessary for any Pitt student in good standing, who is seeking re-admission to CGS and has not registered for at least one course in three consecutive terms. Such students are considered “inactive” and must reapply to the College of General Studies before they can register for class, completing all applications and resubmitting all official transcripts, if necessary, and paying the application fee. Students who have not been enrolled in CGS or some other college or school within the University for more than six terms or two calendar years will follow new policies and requirements.

Early Admission Option for Graduate Study

Students with a GPA of 3.5 or better planning to pursue graduate work at the University of Pittsburgh may want to consider the Early Admission Option for Graduate Study. This option allows students to use the first 24 credits of graduate work as the last 24 elective credits of their undergraduate program. The following graduate schools at Pitt allow this option in conjunction with the College of General Studies degree program: Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), Graduate School of Public Health, and the School of Law.

Note: Students interested in the early admission option for graduate study should contact their CGS advisor as soon as possible to discuss their intention and the process that needs to be followed. 

  • Must be superior graduate school candidates and be admitted to the Pitt graduate program. Admissions requirements can be obtained from the graduate schools.
  • Must have completed a minimum of ninety-six (96) credits toward the CGS degree, including all general education and major requirements (and no G grades), before the graduate program begins.
    • At least, the last thirty (30) of the ninety-six (96) undergraduate credits should be taken while the student is in residence in CGS, and before acceptance as a graduate student. Satisfactory completion of these requirements does not guarantee acceptance into the graduate program. This decision is made by the graduate program.
    • Students with a professional undergraduate major admitted to a professional graduate program are limited to 42 professional credits. Consequently, they should restrict their undergraduate professional credits to 18.
    • All other regulations governing the completion of credits for a CGS degree also apply.
  • The graduate program must include a minimum of twenty-four (24) credits of graduate-level coursework. Students must earn a B or better grade in all graduate coursework. (S or H grades in the MSL program)
  • Twenty-four (24) credits is the maximum number of graduate credits that can be used to fulfill free elective requirements of the undergraduate degree. A student may seek to use fewer than twenty-four (24) graduate credits toward their free elective credits if they have already partially fulfilled their elective requirements.
  • Students must apply for graduation from CGS after completion of the first twenty-four (24) credits in their graduate program with grades of B or better. Students must have earned a total of at least 120 credits. 


Note: Students who choose this option must be aware that enrolling as a graduate student may affect their financial aid package. Students are responsible for contacting the Financial Aid Office regarding this issue.

International Admission

International students (applicants from other countries on student visas) who are interested in full-time attendance in programs offered only in the College of General Studies must first contact the International Student Admissions Officer, Office of International Services, 708 William Pitt Union, Pittsburgh, PA 15260. (See the International Student Admissions  Section of this bulletin.)

Advanced Standing Policy

Applicants must submit official transcripts from each accredited college or university attended, whether or not it is intended that the courses be counted toward a degree. Grades for credits transferred are not used in computing a student’s grade point average (GPA). All credits eligible for transfer are subject to the following regulations:

  • Only courses with C or better grades will be considered for transfer.
  • Courses must correspond with those offered by the University in objectives and content.
  • The number of credits granted for a given course cannot exceed the number on the transcript from the school where they were earned, nor can it exceed the number earned in the corresponding courses at the University of Pittsburgh.
  • A maximum of 90 credits may be transferred from a four-year institution and 60 credits from a two-year institution, however no more than 90 credits can be transferred.
  • All of the credits required for a degree, whether earned in residence or transferred from another institution, must have been earned within 12 years prior to the date on which the degree is awarded.  However, when given evidence that the previous courses still provide adequate preparation for courses yet to be taken and still represent a reasonable part of the total academic program, the statute of limitation may be waived. In such cases, the waiver is for a specific period during which the program must be completed.
  • Upper-class students (those who have earned 60 or more credits) may not take courses at two-year schools. Students may not take classes at 2-year institutions and apply them toward 1000-level requirements for the College of General Studies.
  • Students in CGS degree programs may transfer up to 18 credits of professional courses as electives (e.g. business, engineering, nursing, etc.).
  • All transfer credits are subject to reevaluation if a student transfers from one school to another or from one major to another within the University of Pittsburgh or becomes inactive and is subsequently readmitted.
  • If a course for which advanced standing is given is repeated at the University of Pittsburgh, the advanced-standing credit is cancelled.

Advanced Placement and Credit by Examination

Students in CGS may also earn advanced standing credits through the following means:

College Level Examination Program (CLEP)

The CLEP program provides a way of earning college credits through testing. Specific regulations governing the awarding of CLEP general examination credits are available by calling 412-624-6600, from an academic advisor, or at

Credit by Examination

Students may earn credits toward graduation by successfully completing examinations in courses approved towards College of General Studies’ degree requirements. Students requesting consideration for credit by examination must consult with their CGS academic advisor first and then arrange an examination through the academic department in which the course is housed. Various courses, except those with laboratories, special restrictions, or in the performing arts, may be challenged by examination. Course-specific credit by examination is open to all students enrolled in the College of General Studies who are in good academic standing. Cost for the exam is $10 per credit.

Once a student has enrolled in a course at any institution (including the University of Pittsburgh) and received a grade, including a grade for incomplete work, the student cannot be given credit toward graduation by taking a challenge examination for that course.

Students may be given credit for successfully completing the advanced-standing tests of the College Entrance Examination Board.

Students who are majoring in administration of justice and who have successfully completed Pennsylvania Act 120 or state police cadet training can receive up to 15 credits of advanced standing. The credits are awarded for specific courses.

Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Courses

Credits earned in aerospace science (Air Force ROTC), military science (Army ROTC), or naval science (Navy ROTC) through cross registration at Carnegie Mellon University are accepted toward a College of General Studies degree. CGS will grant up to four credits toward graduation for the following courses in lieu of or in combination with physical education courses: AFROTC 0001 , AFROTC 0002 , AFROTC 0003 , and AFROTC 0004 ; MILS 0011 , MILS 0012 , MILS 0021 , and MILS 0022 ; or freshman/sophomore level Navy ROTC courses from CMU.

Also, four junior and senior level courses from these three ROTC programs may be used as professional electives for the CGS degree program, if professional electives are permitted. These courses are AFROTC 1013 , AFROTC 1014 , AFROTC 1015 , and AFROTC 1016  (all 3-credit courses); MILS 1031 , MILS 1032 , MILS 1041  and MILS 1042  (all 1-credit courses); and similar courses from Navy ROTC.


An internship is a supervised, work-related experience, volunteer or paid, which is related to an academic discipline and is sponsored, evaluated, and graded by a University faculty member. The internship is a new experience and does not represent credit for past work or continuation of the current employment situation. A detailed outline of CGS internship requirements is available at:

PLEASE NOTE: Several CGS majors require that you complete an internship at a facility that may or will require a criminal background check, an ACT 33/34 clearance, and perhaps a drug screen to determine whether you are qualified to participate in the internship. Additionally, in order to become licensed or employed, many states will inquire as to whether the applicant has been convicted of a misdemeanor, a felony, or a felonious or illegal act associated with alcohol and/or substance abuse.

Study Abroad

College of General Studies students are encouraged to enhance their undergraduate education by including a study abroad experience. Credit may be earned toward a CGS degree through participation in either Pitt-sponsored, exchange, or Pitt-recognized programs. Students may study in virtually any part of the world in these programs or others offered by many American and international institutions. Some programs are of short duration to fit the schedules of students with extensive work, family and other commitments.

Approval for credit must be obtained before studying abroad. The study abroad advisor provides program approval and CGS Academic Affairs approves course selection and credits. You should have at least a 2.75 GPA before seeking permission to study abroad.  

See for further details. Visit also the Study Abroad Office in Room 802 William Pitt Union, call 412-648-7413, or review for additional information.

Academic Standards

The College of General Studies’ Guidelines on Academic Integrity outlines obligations of both students and instructors for maintaining academic integrity in CGS classes. An electronic copy of this publication, which lists the obligations, procedures, penalties, and remedies for maintaining such integrity, is available on the College of General Studies website.

Graduation Requirements

  • Students are required to make a graduation appointment with their advisor when registering for classes for their final term. During this appointment, students and their advisor review all the requirements and plan for their last term, as well as share details concerning commencement and graduation ceremonies at the University. Learn more at:
  • Students must apply for graduation from CGS in the semester prior to their final term. Students must have minimum of 120 credits in order to graduate.
  • Students receive a BA or BS degree depending upon the CGS major. The final undergraduate transcript will specify the major completed in CGS.
  • The GPA for graduation from CGS will be calculated solely on the earned Pitt credits on the undergraduate transcript. The graduate program courses appear on the graduate transcript and the undergraduate transcript is noted: Baccalaureate degree awarded in conjunction with graduate degree.
  • In order for CGS students to graduate with honors from the University, they must have at least 60 letter-graded University of Pittsburgh credits at the undergraduate level. Courses at the graduate level and undergraduate courses graded S or H are not included in this 60 credit requirement.

The Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree will be awarded upon the fulfillment of the following conditions:

  • Completion of at least 120 credits of University work in one of the prescribed curricular courses, by advanced standing, or by examinations.
  • Completion of at least one-half of the major or 15 credits, whichever is greater, at the University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh campus.
  • Completion of the senior year (30 credits) in the College of General Studies.
  • Attainment of at least a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 in courses taken at the University of Pittsburgh.
  • Attainment of at least a cumulative grade point average of 2.00 in the major.
  • Satisfactory completion of all required CGS and major courses.

Grading Policy

There are two grading options available to students registering for courses offered by the College of General Studies: the letter grade option and the satisfactory/no-credit (S/NC) option (formerly the S/N option).

Core requirement courses in the student’s major must be taken for the letter grade.  Students can apply “S” grades only to internship, study abroad, experiential learning, and elective courses in the major. Students can take a maximum of six credits with the S/NC grade and have those credits applied to CGS major requirements.

Under the S/NC option, a student who does satisfactory work (a grade of C or better) in a course receives the grade of “S.” If the student’s work is not satisfactory (a grade of C- or lower), the grade of “NC” (for no credit) is given. Courses for which “S” grades are earned are counted toward graduation but are not computed in the GPA. Courses for which “NC” grades are earned are not counted toward graduation because the “NC” designates that no credit was earned.  These courses cannot be applied toward university requirements.

For most courses, students who wish to take a course with the S/NC Grade Option will need to complete the S/NC Grade Option/Audit Request form by the end of the fourth full week of classes during a term (second full week of classes during summer sessions 1 and 2). This decision may not be changed. Grade Option/Audit Request forms are available at the CGS front desk, 1400 Wesley W. Posvar or at under grades. If the student does not fill out a Grade Option/Audit Request form for a course in which more than one grade option is available, the default option (generally a letter grade) will automatically be selected.  There are some formal limitations to a student’s choice of grading systems (see below); Students should consult with their academic advisor before deciding to take a course S/NC.

Limitations to the choice of the satisfactory/no-credit (S/NC) grade option in the College of General Studies:

  1. Students can take a maximum of 6 credits with the S/NC grade and have those credits applied to CGS major requirements.  THERE IS ONE EXCEPTION TO THIS: STUDENTS WHO STUDY ABROAD WHO TAKE COURSES THAT WILL BE APPLIED AS ‘S’ GRADES THROUGH TRANSFER CREDIT CAN APPLY UP TO 9 CREDITS TO THEIR MAJOR REQUIREMENTS.  Students can only apply “S” grades to internship, experiential learning, and elective courses in the major. Core requirement courses must be taken for the letter grade
  2. Under certain circumstances, departments may declare a course available only for a letter grade or as satisfactory/no-credit. In such courses, students will not have a choice for the other grade option.

G Grade

The G grade signifies unfinished course work due to extenuating personal circumstances. Students who are assigned a G grade are required to complete course requirements with the same instructor assigning the G grade. A course in which a student has received a G grade cannot be completed by sitting in the same course with the same or different instructor in a subsequent term. Exception to these conditions can be granted only by the CGS Assistant Dean and must be approved before the G grade is issued.

At the time of requesting a G grade, the student should arrange with the instructor a plan and schedule for completing the course work. The instructor and student must also fill out the CGS G-grade Contract form. For additional information, visit G must be completed no later than one year after the term or session in which the class was taken. Summer counts as a term. After one calendar year, all unfinished G grades will automatically be converted to NG grades, will receive no credit, and cannot be applied to graduation requirements. 

Grade Reports

Shortly after the term ends, students can access their grades online via the university portal at This report shows the total credits carried, the grade received in each course, and total quality points earned. A note on repeated courses: If a student is taking, or has taken, a course a second or third time, the student must complete a Course Repeat Form with their CGS advisor during their graduation advising appointment the semester prior to the student’s final term.

Academic Probation

Students who have earned a minimum of 12 credits in the College of General Studies and whose cumulative grade point average falls below 2.00 at the end of any term will be placed on probation. Students placed on probation may be limited to 6-12 credits a term until they have regained good academic standing and will be required to complete an academic success contract with either their advisor or the Assistant Dean of Academic Affairs that stipulates the conditions of their probation. Any students placed on probation who fail to regain good academic standing by the time they have completed an additional 12 credits of course work are subject to suspension. Students in danger of falling below a 2.00, or who have a significant decrease in a term GPA, may be placed on academic warning.  They may be required to complete an academic success contract with their advisor which places limitations or requirements on the student in an attempt to help them perform better academically and connect them with university resources.

Dean’s List

Following the fall and spring terms, full-time College of General Studies students whose grades in the preceding term indicate outstanding academic achievement are recognized on the Dean’s List. To be placed on the Dean’s List, a student must have earned at least 12 credits (not including courses taken on the Satisfactory/No-Credit option) with a term GPA of at least 3.50. Part-time students will be recognized following each spring term. To be placed on the Dean’s List, a part-time student must have earned at least 12 credits (not including courses taken on the Satisfactory/No-Credit option) across the consecutive fall and spring semesters with a cumulative GPA of at least 3.50 for those terms. Dean’s Stars are students (full- or part-time) recognized for having a 4.0 GPA for the term(s).

Degrees Conferred

The baccalaureate degree, in addition to providing certain skills and broad exposure to the major bodies of knowledge, also allows the opportunity to specialize in a particular field, providing depth of experience essential for vocational competence or further graduate study. An outline of each major may be obtained at the CGS information display in 1400 Wesley W. Posvar Hall or on the CGS Web site,

Students admitted to CGS can choose from the following majors. Many majors are available by combining on-campus and online courses.

Bachelor of Arts:

  • Administration of justice
  • Health services
  • Humanities
  • Legal studies
  • Media and professional communications
  • Public service
  • Social sciences

Bachelor of Science:

  • Dental hygiene
  • Health services
  • Natural sciences

Students who want a major in an arts and sciences field can begin in CGS and transfer to the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences after completing 12 credits including the mathematics and seminar in composition requirements. Admission is determined by the Dietrich School of Arts and Sciences.

Second Degree

Students who are interested in pursuing a second degree must complete all CGS degree and major requirements. These may be completed by combining CGS courses with transfer credits from previous academic course work.

For the second degree, students must complete a minimum of 30 credits in CGS, including at least half of the credits required for the new major (15-18 credits depending on the major).

Double and Triple Majors and Credit Overlap

Students can declare a double or triple major, but will usually earn only one degree. If one major leads to the BA degree and another to the BS degree, students must decide when applying for graduation which degree they wish to receive.

Double Degrees

College of General Studies students may choose to pursue more than one undergraduate degree simultaneously, either within CGS (i.e., both a BA and a BS) or in another undergraduate school of the University.  In general, earning two degrees requires a minimum of 150 credits and the completion of the curriculum requirements of both schools.

  • The College of General Studies (CGS) and the College of Business Administration (CBA) offer a Double Degree program in which students earn both the BA in Health Services through CGS and the BS in Business Administration (BSBA) through CBA. The double degree program is designed for students who are interested in the intersection of health care management and business administration.

Overlapping Courses Between Majors, Certificates, and Minors

(effective for students admitted to CGS for Spring 2019 and beyond)

Overlapping Credits between CGS programs and programs in other schools

A maximum of two courses can overlap between a CGS major or certificate and a second major in another school. No course overlaps are allowed between a CGS certificate and a certificate in another school. No course overlaps are allowed between a CGS minor and another minor, certificate, or major outside of CGS.

Overlapping Credits between majors, certificates and minors within CGS

Courses used for a minor cannot overlap with courses used for a major or a certificate. Students can overlap a maximum of six (6) credits between a CGS certificate and a CGS major. The following exceptions apply:

* Students cannot receive a certificate in a program in which they are pursuing their major and/or area of concentration. These programs include: Public Service BA (all three tracks and corresponding certificates), Health Services BA (all two tracks and corresponding certificates), Media and Professional Communications BA (all three tracks and corresponding certificates). Note: Media and Professional Communications majors CAN pursue a certificate outside their area of concentration (major track), in which case they are only allowed to overlap core requirements between their major and a certificate.

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