Every student takes general education courses to complete their associate and bachelor’s degrees. General education courses are designed to provide breadth and depth to the education experience.
Breadth and Depth
General education courses center around the topics of religion, writing, quantitative reasoning, and college success. As students continue on to their bachelor’s degree, they also choose from courses related to natural science, arts and humanities, and social science.
Once enrolled in a degree program, students can choose from a variety of general education courses. Students pursuing an associate degree are required to complete 18 credits of general education. For a bachelor’s degree, students complete 38-39 credits of general education. Each degree includes a list of recommended general education courses.