Contemporary Social Values

Contemporary Social Values

One course must be taken from each of the following three areas (as designated in the Schedule of Classes):

The campuswide curriculum in general education requires students to demonstrate familiarity with the culture, society, and values of a non-Western people, or explore knowledge and traditions grounded in non-Western cultural paradigms.

A complete list of courses is found in the Campus Bulletin.

The campuswide curriculum in general education requires students to develop an understanding of how factors such as race/ethnicity, class, gender, religion, and sexual orientation shape individual lives; how they are embedded in and shape our social institutions; and how they produce markedly different outcomes and opportunities for individuals and groups in the United States.

A complete list of courses is found in the Campus Bulletin.

The campuswide curriculum in general education requires students to demonstrate familiarity with concepts and principles of physical fitness, holistic health, or healthful living and the prevention of disease. Courses in health and wellness that fulfill the campuswide requirement include an explicit instructional component focused on such knowledge. Students may also fulfill the requirement by completing 1 credit hour in a physical education or recreation course within the Health, Physical Education, and Recreation area in combination with a 1 credit hour course from the list of approved courses focused on fundamental principles of health and wellness. Courses need not be taken concurrently.

A complete list of courses is found in the Campus Bulletin.