UTC's Philosophy and Goals of General Education Curriculum
The UTC faculty believes that the general education curriculum can expand students' fundamental knowledge, abilities, and aesthetic sensibilities, leading to more enriched lives and a more comprehensive view of our global world.
Student Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of their general education program, students will:
- Communicate effectively according to purpose using written, oral, and/or audio-visual methods.
- Critique and evaluate information, concepts, theories, and claims.
- Cultivate inclusion by recognizing, examining, and reflecting on the diversity of cultural and individual experiences.
- Create, innovate, and adapt to take charge of your own learning.
Categories of Study (40-41 hours total)
UTC courses that have not been certified for General Education curriculum may not be used to satisfy any General Education requirement. Consequently, student petitions seeking credit for non-certified UTC courses will not be accepted by the Office of the University Registrar or the General Education Committee.