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"A Maximum of 18 units of Level 2 Life Sciences Course List is also being enforced"

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"A Maximum of 18 units of Level 2 Life Sciences Course List is also being enforced"
On the MOSAIC planner's "Plan By Requirements" section, at the very bottom it says,
"A Maximum of 18 units of Level 2 Life Sciences Course List is also being enforced". I was wondering if anyone knew whether this was just for the electives section, or for your entire undergraduate career. I was wondering because that wasn't a requirement when I planned and took my courses in second year, and thus all 10 of my courses from second year are second year courses on the Life Sci course list (30 units).

Any input is greatly appreciated!

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