The core curriculum encompasses the University’s mission and vision and is grounded in the liberal arts. The core is designed to be reflective of the domains of critical thinking, communication, global awareness, citizenship, personal growth and development, and quantitative thinking; enhancing students’ understanding and appreciation of other cultures. Through study in the College of General Studies, College of Arts and Sciences and College of Business, students discover universal thoughts and beliefs that inform their world.
The first required mathematics course is defined by the respective major. Students will place in mathematics based on ACT/SAT scores submitted at admission or mathematics course(s) transferred from another institution. Students must satisfactorily complete prerequisite mathematics requirements defined by the respective major.