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The general education curriculum constitutes that part of an undergraduate education
that develops breadth of knowledge and the expressive skills essential to more complex
and in-depth learning throughout life. To develop a breadth of knowledge, general
education courses acquaint students with the methods of inquiry of the various academic
disciplines and the different ways these disciplines view the world. The academic
disciplines comprising the general education curriculum are the physical and life
sciences, the humanities and fine arts, the social and behavioral sciences, and
interdisciplinary combinations of these as well as communication and mathematics.
To develop expressive skills, the general education curriculum requires courses
that enhance written and oral communication and quantitative reasoning skills.
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