GS – General Studies
GS 200 INTRODUCTION TO BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES (2-0-2)(F,S)(CID). Must be taken during first semester of General Studies program. Introduction and analysis of learning and adult development theories, utilizing reflection and application of current life skills and intellectual competencies. Through writing and presentation students will apply theories and readings to assess their own critical thinking skills and communication proficiencies as they relate to career and life goals. PREREQ: ENGL 101. PRE/COREQ: ENGL 102; and admitted to program.
GS 400 CAPSTONE FOR THE BACHELOR OF GENERAL STUDIES (3-0-3)(F/S)(FF). Twenty hours of service-learning, major research paper and presentation of results required to demonstrate critical thinking skills, communication strategies, and content expertise to analyze a problem or issue related to life and career goals. The course will provide evidence of attaining the educational goals of the student’s degree plan developed and approved in GS 200. PREREQ: GS 200, senior standing, PERM/CHAIR.