General education provides the foundation for successful academic study, for lifelong learning, and for carrying out the duties of local, national, and global citizenship. By building basic skills in communication, analysis, and computation as well as broadening students' historical and cultural perspectives, the general education curriculum helps students acquire an understanding of both self and society, and thus contributes to their personal enrichment while enrolled and after graduation.
General education requirements were designed by the university with two principle purposes: building basic skills and developing broadened perspectives. The College of Business Administration has adopted the university's general education requirements, as shown below. This curriculum allows students to move among colleges within the university.
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For a list of courses that satisfy each of these requirements, see pages 8-9 in the Student Handbook.
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