For Students Entering Fall 2005

General Education Program

The following relates the basic composition of the program for students enrolled beginning Fall 2005.

First-Year Experience: Credits
EN1200 Composition 3
IS1111 First-Year Seminar: Critical Thinking 3
M Math Foundations (MA1500 or higher) 3
  1. IS1111 First-Year Seminar: Critical Thinking must be completed the first semester at PSU.
  2. EN1200 Composition and Math Foundations must be completed during the first year.
  3. Students who transfer 24 or more credits to Plymouth State are not required to take IS1111 First-Year Seminar: Critical Thinking.
Directions:
Self and Society 6
Past and Present 6
Scientific Inquiry 6-8
Creative Thought 6
Connections:
Diversity * 3
Global Awareness * 3
Wellness * 3
Integration * 3
Writing in the Disciplines **
Quantitative Reasoning in the Disciplines **
Technology in the Disciplines **

* These Connections courses may be double-counted with a major, minor, or any other general education requirement.

** These Connections courses are three-credit experiences taken as part of the major, so add no additional credits to those required for the major.

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