Entering the general studies program will help you gain knowledge that will assist you in becoming familiar with the important states of human thought that are the foundations of science, philosophy, art, and social behavior. Taking part in the major will benefit your understanding of the traditions that have formed your own and other cultures of the world.
You will learn about the nature and diversity of individuals, cultures,
When you complete the General Education requirements, you should be able to:
- Read, write, and speak with comprehension, clarity, and precision in appropriate media.
- Identify substantive knowledge and disciplinary methods and critically evaluate ideas.
- Demonstrate an ability to use information literacy skills.
- Demonstrate an ability to think critically and solve problems.
- Understand the traditions that form one’s own and other cultures.
- Be familiar with the mental states of human thought that are the foundations of science, philosophy, art, and social behavior.
- Understand aspects of the natural world.
- Use acquired knowledge and skills to create new scholarship.