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CSUF GE Forum 2/6/09

Basic Skills of an Educated Person

These courses help build key skills for learning – communication and critical thinking. An educated person can communicate ideas effectively both verbally and in writing. Being able to organize and express ideas is a key part of learning. An educated person must also have strong reasoning powers in order to analyze critically all types of information. The skills courses within General Education provide an opportunity for students to gain and enhance critical communication and analytical skills.

Oral Communication (A1) (3 units)

Written Communication 1A (A2) (3 units)

Critical Thinking (A3) (3 units)

Mathematical Concepts (B4) (3 units)

Core General Education

Basic Knowledge of an Educated Person

These courses help students gain the fundamental knowledge of an educated person. Students will have an opportunity to demonstrate an appreciation of the fundamentals of science, arts and letters, and the forces that shape the individual and modern society throughout the lifespan. This fundamental knowledge is crucial to understanding more advanced topics, including a major field of study.

Physical Science (B1) (3 units)

Life Science (B2) (3 units)

   (one lab course in science required)

Arts (C1) (3 units)

Letters (C2) (3 units)

Written Communication IB (C3) (3 units)

Human Behavior (D1) (3 units)

Comparative Systems, Cultures &    Environments (D2) (3 units)

Social Issues (D3) (3 units)

Human Understanding &    Development (E) (3 units)

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