The General Studies program will encourage the habits of mind of an educated person that promote life-long learning. Students will acquire the essential knowledge and develop the critical skills that are of fundamental significance in a free society.
The General Studies program is structured around the following three goals:
To complete their General Studies Program, students must take approved courses that fulfill the distribution and credit requirements:
The approved Quantitative Literacy (Mathematics) courses are:
MTH 1080-3 - Mathematical Modes of Thought
MTH 1110-4 - College Algebra
MTH 1112-4 - College Algebra Through Modeling
MTH 1210-4 - Introduction to Statitistics
MTH 1310-4 - Finite Mathematics for Management and Social Sciences
MTH 1610-4 - Integrated Mathematics I
Or any course for which one of these is a prerequiste.
If you have not taken a college mathematics course and would like some assistance deciding which math course to take first, these web pages will help you make your choice.