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General Studies

 

Program Details

 

Program Coursework

 

Purpose The Certificate in General Studies is designed to provide students with an educational path that will maintain options while completing basic general education requirements. The coursework required for the degree will provide skills necessary to be competitive and excel in the workplace including: a) communication skills, b) critical thinking skills, c) a knowledge of basic technology, and d) a strong sense of personal and professional responsibility. 

English Composition: 3 - 6 credit hours EN 101 English Composition I 3 credit hours EN 102 English Composition II 3 credit hours Communications: 3 credit hours SP 103 Speech Fundamentals 3 credit hours or SP 202 Introduction to Public Speaking 

Fine Arts: 0 - 3 credit hours Any Art, Music, or Theater 0 - 3 credit hours 

1Lab Science/Computer Literacy: 3 - 4 credit hours 3 - 4 credit hours Math: 3 credit hours MT 121, MT 123, MT 125, or MT 130 3 credit hours 

Social Science: 9 - 12 credit hours Any Economics, History, Philosophy, Political Science, 9 - 12 credit hours Psychology, Religion, or Sociology 

Electives: 2 - 9 credit hours 2 - 9 credit hours Any college-level courses that has not already been used to fulfill degree requirements. 

1Choose from: BS 101, BS 102, BS 118, BS 124, BS 125, BS 199, BS 215, CH 203, CH 204, CH 213, CH 214, CH 223 w/CH 224, CH 225 w/CH 226, GL 110, IS 200, IS 210, SC 109, SC 110, PH 200, PH 210, PH 220, PH 222, or CS 102. 

Division Dean: 304.236.7637 

Division Secretary: 304.236.7647