General Education

The definitions for general education courses are as follow:

 

General Education Course -- Any course that is approved to fulfill credit towards the State and College requirements for General Education and graduation with any of the following degrees: Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), Associate in General Studies (A.G.S.), or Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S). General education courses typically are non-developmental and non-professional in orientation, and they are offered as electives or required courses from within broader subject areas.

Foundation Studies Course -- A "foundation course" is any general education course that is an elective or a required course and that fulfills course or credit requirements in the quantitative, communications, or physical education areas.

Studio Course -- Any course in the Fine Arts (Humanities) that instructs students on the techniques used in artistic expression and significantly involves students (individually or as a group) in the production of tangible, physical artistic products.

Performance Course -- Any course in the Fine Arts (Humanities) that instructs students on the techniques used in artistic expression and significantly involves students (individually or as a group) in ephemeral activities that relate to public entertainment and/or personal enrichment.

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