General Education Requirements

All Associate Degree programs contain specific General Education requirements. General Education courses, completed at the freshman and sophomore levels, teach students a broad base of knowledge, develop higher order thinking skills and are the basis for citizenship and community participation. While providing these necessary common understandings, skills, and competencies, General Education also serves as a foundation for further studies.

Therefore, a course of study should include appropriate academic subjects and supplementary activities to provide the student not only with a vocation, but with a better understanding of himself/herself and a higher regard for others.