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Caudill College FAQ

School of Creative Arts

Contact: Dr. Brian S. Mason, associate dean

School of English, Communication, Media and Languages

Contact: Dr. Sylvia Henneberg, associate dean  

School of Humanities and Social Sciences

Contact: Dr. Dianna Murphy, associate dean
General Education courses are the classes every student must take to graduate. The General Education Core courses are:
  • FYS 101 - First Year Seminar
  • ENG 100 - Writing I
  • ENG 200 - Writing II
  • COMS 108 - Fundamentals of Speech Communication
  • MATH 123 (Introduction to Statistics), 131 (General Mathematics Problem Solving), 135 (Mathematics for Technical Students),152 (College Algebra), 174 (Pre-Calculus Mathematics) or 175 (Calculus I)
Students are also required to take general education electives beyond the core.
  • Provides a foundation of knowledge necessary for all university students regardless of major.
  • Teaches you to engage in intelligent and responsible discourse in society.
  • Encourages you to be a critical thinker who examines moral and ethical issues.
  • Teaches you to collect, analyze and test evidence pertaining to a body of knowledge.
  • Encourages you to be intellectually curious and to question circumstances and environments.
  • Allows students the opportunity to have exposure to and explore different disciplines.