Your active involvement in personalizing your overall academic plan is a foundational requirement of the 2007 GE program. It’s your responsibility to make the choices that best let you integrate your GE courses with your major, minor, and larger learning goals. You have academic advising support available to you as you develop your plan.
The General Education program has four parts. The four GE categories let you develop breadth, make interdisciplinary connections, and pursue your interests. Read about each category and consider ways in which your choices in each strengthen your overall academic plan.
To read, view and design your academic plan, see below for each part of the 2007 GE Program.
Freshman Foundations Program The Freshman Foundations Course (FFC) is one part of the General Education program. All entering freshman enroll in an FFC section connected to a larger learning community, and all participate in an orientation program that includes a shared summer reading.
Shared Inquiry Courses Shared inquiry courses are distinguished primarily by inquiry approaches rather than individual disciplinary areas.
Inter/Multidisciplinary Cluster Provide students an opportunity to explore an area of interest from an inter/multidisciplinary focus.
Global Citizen Cluster allow students to explore the diversity inherent in our social and natural environments, including human diversity and world cultures.
Be sure to read the GE Guidelines to familiarize yourself with the flexible options of the 2007 GE Program.