Courses students must satisfactorily complete to obtain a degree. General education ensures students receive a well-rounded education.
are prerequisites to the Master in Teaching program that each applicant must meet. They include 4 credits in math, 8 in social sciences and 12 in writing. These requirements must be completed before the start of Year One of the program.
A group of courses from several subject areas which are required for graduation by state law.
A group of basic courses for all students in a course of study at a college or university. Usually these courses cover broad subjects in the arts, social sciences, and natural sciences.
State University of New York specification of the required components that need to be included in every degree to ensure academic breadth. These components are grouped into 10 knowledge areas (math, natural sciences, social sciences, American history, Western civilization, other world civilizations, humanities, the arts, foreign language, and basic communication) and two competency areas (critical thinking/reasoning and information management).
These are the core education courses required to obtain your Bachelor's degree at most colleges and universities. Most of these courses will be outside of your area of concentration (major subject). They cover the basic knowledge areas including English, math and science.
Course requirements that are designed to provide a well-balanced education in college studies. General education courses expose students to a greater knowledge of information, encouraging an appreciation for the realms of arts, humanities, and sciences.
Courses and other requirements which must be met by all candidates for any bachelor's degree.
A body of knowledge which, in the view of the University and its faculty, every graduate of MSU-Billings must have in addition to the specializations of the major and minor. Each student is required to take 37 semester credits of General Education courses.
common set of courses or categories of courses that are required of all undergraduate students to complete a degree.
A diverse groups of classes, ranging from statistics to critical thinking, that are required of all students in order to graduate. The aim is to complement the major area of study and broaden a student's breath of knowledge through the arts and sciences.
Minimum of 40 credit hours distributed among the categories of world civilizations, communication proficiency, mathematics, arts and humanities, social sciences, intercultural studies and sciences. This course work is meant to provide essential knowledge and skills needed for success in the rest of the undergraduate curriculum. The course work is also meant to provide a broad foundation for later learning and help you recognize connections among the principal areas of scholarship.
Graduation requirements designed to ensure that students develop a general fund of knowledge and skills beyond the particular or specialized knowledge gained in the major program. Sometimes used as a synonym for distribution requirements.
These comprise about one-third of any academic curriculum and include humanities, science, math, and social science courses.
The broad-based body of classes colleges (often four-year colleges) expect their students to take.
A range of courses distributed across various academic areas, required for the AS-T and other degrees, in order to develop breadth of knowledge outside the major field. Sometimes referred to as distribution requirements or core requirements.
The general education requirements are a broad spectrum of courses designed to increase your ability to communicate effectively and acquire knowledge through the study of facts, issues and ideas. All students must take the general education requirements.
This requirement is designed to provide a broad general education, allowing students to explore several fields of knowledge and to acquire educational breadth and enrichment in the sciences, social sciences, the arts and humanities.
Courses in the Arts and Humanities, Social Sciences and Science and Math that provide students with a broad educational experience. Courses are typically introductory in nature and provide students with fundamental skills and knowledge. Transfer students often take these courses while attending a community college. Completion of a general education program is required for a baccalaureate degree.
Courses which are required for all degrees and certificates.
General Education Requirements are classes that fulfill the basic curricula for a body of higher education. These requirements are consistent across academic departments and usually include classes in writing, English, appreciation of the arts, mathematics and sciences. These courses are intended to be a well rounded foundation for further academic study.