General Education Courses: Enrolled in 2016 and After

In addition to TECEPs and courses, credit in general education areas may be earned through other non-college developed exams.

Effective July 1, 2015, general education courses are organized into four main categories. Some courses can be used to satisfy requirements in more than one category but each course may only be used once in a degree. You are encouraged to work with an academic advisor to plan your general education requirements.

General Education Electives - Select from any course listed in A, B, C or D.

A. Intellectual and Practical Skills Courses

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Written Communication Required

Oral Communication

Information Literacy

Quantitative Literacy

B. Civic and Global Leadership Courses

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Diversity Intercultural Literacy

Ethical Leadership

Civic Engagement

C. Knowledge of Human Cultures

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Humanities

Social Sciences

D. Understanding the Physical and Natural World

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