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    • A,B Course Designations 

      General Education Curriculum and Policies (1981-02-23)
      Some courses are now registered (A, B) and should be re-registered as either A or B, depending on whether the majority of the course content is liberal arts, or non-liberal arts.
    • Assessing Achievement in Quantitative Skills 

      General Education Curriculum and Policies (1981-02-23)
      Discusses the goal of the Quantitative Skills requirement, and provides policies and procedures for determining students' achievement in this area.
    • Assessing Achievement inCommunication Skills 

      General Education Curriculum and Policies (1980-12-22)
      Discusses the goal of the Communication Skills requirement, and provides policies and procedures for determining students' achievement in this area.
    • Core Requirements for Transfer Students with AA Degree 

      Academic Policies (1968-06-01)
      Transfer students who have completed the A.A. degree at a regionally accredited institution shall be granted Junior Standing and shall be required to include within their 120 hour minimum at least one course in each of the ...
    • Guidelines for Distinctions Between Liberal Arts and Non-Liberal Arts Courses 

      General Education Curriculum and Policies (1981-02-23)
      Distinguishes between characteristics of a liberal arts course and a non-liberal arts course, using the categories of locus of value, subjects taught, skills taught, and end or objective.
    • Liberal Arts Core Revision 

      Undergraduate Curriculum and Policies (1969-12-15)
      Resolution that the Core Revision as presented be approved, and made effective for entering Freshmen in September 1970 and for any students to whom it may be beneficial.
    • Master of Arts in Liberal Studies (MLLS) –Change to Distance Learning Format 

      Graduate Curriculum and Policies (2013-04-22)
      All courses in the MALS program will be offered in an online format. Accepted - Implementation Effective Date: Fall 2013
    • Removal of Senior Seminar as Requirement 

      Undergraduate Curriculum and Policies (1968-02-12)
      Senior Seminar is removed from the General Curriculum as a requirement for graduation in the liberal arts curricula.