Our General Education program model comprises four components:

I. University Core Curriculum

COURSES
CREDITS

A. Oral Communication: SPE 010 or above

3

B. Written Communication:  ENG 023, 024, or 025

3

C. Mathematics: MAT 017 or above

3

D. Wellness: HEA 110 + activity; or 3-credit Wellness course

3


II. University Distribution Requirements

COURSES
CREDITS

A. Natural Sciences: Any lab or non-lab course with prefix AST, BIO, CHM, ENV, GEL, MAR, or PHY; or GEG (see note below)

3

B. Social Sciences: Any course with prefix ANT, CRJ, ECO, GEG (see note below), HIS, INT, MCS, PSY, POL, SOC, or SWK

3

C. Humanities: Any course with prefix ENG, HUM, PAG, PHI, WRI, WST, or Modern Language

3

D. Arts: Any course with prefix ARC, ARH, ART, CDE, CDH, CFT, DAN, FAR, FAS, MUP, MUS, or THE

3

E. Free Elective: Any course carrying university credit

3

NOTE: GEG courses with a lab and 040, 322, and 323 may be used in II.A. and GEG courses 040, 204, 274, 305, 322, 323, 324, 347, 380, and 394 may NOT be used in II.B.


III. College Distribution Requirements

COURSES
CREDITS

Consult the individual college or program for specifics

12 to 33


IV. Competencies Across the Curriculum

COURSES
CREDITS

A. Writing Intensive (WI)

9

B. Quantitative Literacy (QL) Computer-Intensive (CP)

3

C. Visual Literacy (VL) Communication-Intensive (CM)

3

D. Cultural Diversity (CD)

3

E. Critical Thinking (CT)

3