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  1. Mapping the General Education Curriculum: University Learning Outcomes and You

  2. Introduction, CDC • Todd Onderdonk, Chair, University Programs • Kelly Mendiola, Rhetoric & Composition, Humanities • MityMyhr, CULF 3331, BSS • Teri Varner, Presentational Speaking, Humanities • Christie Sample Wilson, CULF 3330, BSS

  3. Foundational Skills (21 hours) • FSTY 1311 or ENGW 1301 • FSTY 1313 or ENGW 1302 • College Mathematics • Computational Skills • Oral Communication • 6 hours of Modern Language

  4. Cultural Foundations (18 hrs) • CULF 1318 Literature and Human Experience • CULF 1319 Understanding/Appreciating the Arts • CULF 1320 American Experience • CULF 2321 American Dilemmas • CULF 3330 Hist. &Evolution of Global Processes • CULF 3331 Contemporary World Issues

  5. Foundations for Values & Decisions • FSTY 1310 The Human Experience • Ethics • Religious Studies/Philosophy • SCIE 2320 Science in Perspective • Science in Depth • CAPS 4360 Capstone

  6. University Learning Outcomes and Vertical Integration Mission: Graduates in all programs should be prepared, through training in critical and creative thinking as well as moral reasoning, to analyze problems, propose solutions and make responsible decisions. They should be able to express themselves articulately in both oral and written form. They are encouraged to develop an understanding of the human person that is derived from reason and open to faith.

  7. Project Rationale • Essential skills • Information • Help students • Help advisors

  8. Project Rationale, cont’d • Reinforcement • Gaps • Further Integration • Curriculum Development

  9. Reading the Matrix • What’s Included • Interpreting Gaps • No Data Available • Undergoing Revision • Significant Variation

  10. Critical Thinking Matrix, pg. 1

  11. Critical Thinking Matrix, pg. 2

  12. Mapping a Class

  13. Next Steps Questions??

  14. Thank you • The Course Directors’ Committee