Bachelor of Science in General Education

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The following eight-semester schedule of courses provides a recommended framework for completing this program of study in four years.

Course Credits
Freshman Year  
First-Semester 16
ENG 101 English Composition I 3
Health and Wellness Course 3
Math and Quantitative Literacy Course 3
Public Speaking Course 3
Technology Literacy Course 3
UNI 100 First-Year Seminar 1
   
Second Semester 15
Ethics and Multicultural Course 3
Fine Arts Course 3
Humanities Course 3
Natural Science Course 3
Social Sciences Course 3
   
Sophomore Year  
Third Semester 15
Required Major Course 3
Required Related Courses 9
General Education Course
3
   
Fourth Semester 15
Required Major Course 3
Required Related Courses 9
Free Elective 3
   
Junior Year  
Fifth Semester 15
Required Major Course 3
Required Related Courses 9
Upper-Division Writing Course
3
   
Sixth Semester 15
Required Major Course
3
Required Related Courses 9
Upper-Division Writing Courses
3
   
Senior Year  
Seventh Semester 15
Free Elective 3
General Education Course 3
Laboratory Course 3
Required Related Courses 6
   
Eighth Semester 15
Free Elective 3
General Education Course 3
Special Experience Course 3
Required Related Courses 6
Total 120

Program Notes:

  • In order to be admitted into the General Education Degree Program, the student must have completed at least 48 credits in a declared major.
  • At least 42 credits must be at the 300-400 level.
  • At least 21 credits must be upper division courses to qualify for graduation.

Program Requirements

Required Major Courses (12 credits)

12 credits in major in the following options: 

  • Option 1: EDE, EDU, ELE, ESP, TED, SEC
  • Option 2: ATE, GTY
  • Option 3: FIT, HSC, SPT
  • Option 4: CMD
  • Option 5: SOW

Required Related Electives (48 credits)

  • Option 1: EDE, EDU, ELE, ESP, TED, SEC
  • Option 2: ATE, GTY
  • Option 3: FIT, HSC, SPT
  • Option 4: CMD
  • Option 5: SOW

Free Electives (9 credits)

  • 9 credits of Free Electives not related to major