Core Curriculum Student Learning Outcomes
Area A1—Communication Skills (at least 6 hours)
Students will use research and analysis to produce written communication adapted appropriately for specific audiences, purposes, and rhetorical situations.
Area A2—Quantitative Skills (at least 3 hours)
Students will apply mathematical knowledge using analytical, graphical, written, or numerical approaches to interpret information or to solve problems.
Area B—Institutional Options (at least 3 hours) Global Engagement
Students will recognize and articulate global perspectives across diverse societies in historical and cultural contexts.
Area C—Humanities, Fine Arts, and Ethics (at least 6 hours)
Students will identify and critically examine human values expressed in ideas and cultural products.
Area D—Natural Sciences, Math, and Technology (at least 7 hours and at least 4 of these hours must be in a lab science course)
Students will use scientific reasoning and methods, mathematical principles, or appropriate technologies to investigate natural phenomena.
Area E—Social Sciences
Students will articulate and analyze how political, historical, social, or economic forces have shaped and continue to shape human behaviors and experiences.
Core Course Assessment Rubric
Under Review by the GECC
Core Course Report Template
Template for Core Curriculum Assessment
2018-2019 GECC Faculty Senate Committee
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