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Undergraduate Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee General Education Program

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Report And Recommendations Of The General Education Task Force Mar 1998

Report And Recommendations Of The General Education Task Force

Undergraduate Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee General Education Program

The General Education Task Force (GETF) was charged by the Faculty Senate on December 1,1997, with making recommendations for the revision of General Education (GE) at Wright State University. This is the subsequent report proposed a new framework that will enable faculty to provide a curriculum in General Education that is more balanced across the four areas required in the Ohio transfer module, i.e. writing and mathematics; natural sciences; social sciences; and, humanities.


Possible New Structure For General Education Dec 1997

Possible New Structure For General Education

Undergraduate Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee General Education Program

A proposal for a new General Education (GE) structure that lowered the number of credit hours from 57 to 56 and introduced several changes to the previous system.


Observations And Recommendations On The General Education Program At Wright State University, Robert E. Schoenberg Apr 1993

Observations And Recommendations On The General Education Program At Wright State University, Robert E. Schoenberg

Undergraduate Curriculum and Academic Policy Committee General Education Program

A report prepared by Robert Schoenberg, a consultant for the Association of American Colleges, that provides his observations and recommendations concerning the General Education Program at Wright State.