Because each discipline offers a different perspective for understanding the world, understanding anything well requires some understanding of all of them. Students employ critical thinking skills to develop questions of inquiry that reflect an understanding of different disciplinary perspectives.
Students are to choose:
Two approved courses for Arts with different prefixes
Two approved courses for Humanities with different prefixes
Two approved courses for Natural Sciences with different prefixes, each course - or course combination - includes a lab portion
Two approved courses for Social Sciences with different prefixes
Courses applicable to Knowledge of the Disciplines may also be listed as courses within Perspectives on a Diverse World. Students may NOT use the same course to meet both Gen Ed requirements.
Courses taken to satisfy Gen Ed requirements may also count towards major or minor requirements.
Approved Arts Courses (GEKA)
Choose two courses with different prefixes (e.g. ARTH and CRTW):
Choose two groups with different prefixes. Note that some options require students to take two courses (e.g., ASTR 105 and ASTR 204) and some are one-course options (e.g., ESSC 110). Each course - or course combination - includes a lab portion: