General Education Philosophy 

Revised February 2012

General Education courses are required of all degree seeking students.  Those earning an associate degree are expected to:
·       Communicate effectively orally and in writing
·       Demonstrate ability to evaluate information from various means, including written and
auditory sources
·       Demonstrate proficiency in scientific knowledge and mathematical skills
·       Exhibit knowledge of diverse cultural and historical experiences and expressions
·       Demonstrate problem solving using critical thinking
·       Utilize technology relevant to disciplines of study
General Education Committee Members - 2020-2021

Chelsea McCall, Agriculture

Cathy Forshee, Business

Carmen Brady, Communication

Spencer Farha, Education, Early Childhood Education, and Health and Human Performance

Brent Philips Humanities and Dean of Humanities, Social Sciences, and Business

David Shirkey, Mathematics

Stefanie Perret, Nursing

Kit Thompson, Renewable Energy

Dennis Smith, Sciences

Kristina Frost, Social Sciences

Brian Stark, Dean of Math, Science, and Technical Programs.

Cindy Lamberty, Director of Assessment, Institutional Effectiveness, and Planning

Minutes from the general education committee meetings can be found below.

2016-2017 General Education Committee Minutes
February 7, 2017
January 11, 2017
December 12, 2016
December 2016
November 2016
October 2016

September 2016