Students who complete required courses in the Written Communication distribution area will write clear, coherent, and well-organized prose; employ critical thinking in evaluating and expressing ideas; and demonstrate effective use of sources following accepted academic conventions.
Students who successfully complete courses in the Quantitative Reasoning distribution area will be able to gather, organize and interpret data; develop and use mathematical models to describe and to evaluate physical situations; and communicate ideas succinctly using mathematical abstraction.
Students enrolled in CSNT, Electronics, Architectural Graphics, or Engineering Graphics, must completeMATH 090or higher to receive credit. ITAD needsMATH 099or higher.
Students who complete required courses in the Social Science distribution area will be able to explain at least one social science theory; describe methods used in social science research; analyze social issues and problems in the context of social science; and articulate the importance and influence of diversity within and among cultures and societies.