The General Studies program offers concentrations in Business Studies; Health Sciences; Humanities; Natural Sciences and Mathematics; Science, Engineering, or Computer-Related Fields; and Social Sciences.
Composition & Rhetoric 3
Mathematics Competency 3
First Year Seminar 3
Fine Arts 3
Natural Sciences 6
Social Sciences 6
Capstone Seminar 3
Liberal Arts Requirements 9
Courses may be selected from Accounting, Business Law, Economics, Finance, International Business, Management and Marketing courses.
All Biology, Chemistry, Dental Hygiene, Health Sciences Community Health, Exercise and Fitness, and Nutrition), Medical Laboratory Science.
Courses may be selected from Art History, Art of the Cinema and History of the Cinema, History, Literature and Linguistics, Music Appreciation and all History of Music, Philosophy, Religion, and Theater History. Writing and composition courses in English and conversation, composition, and introductory [elementary, intermediate] courses in languages MAY NOT be used to meet requirements in this category.
Courses may be selected from Biology, Chemistry, Geology, Mathematics and Physics.
Courses may be selected from Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, and Physics.
Courses may be selected from Economics, History, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Sociology and Criminal Justice.