core curriculum

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core curriculum

 
an organized program or course of study in a specialty area of practice.
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By avoiding general education requirements in areas such as math, English, social science, and science and technology classes, students potentially miss important courses embedded in university-wide core curriculum offerings.
Moreover, Menand provides no empirical evidence, systematic or anecdotal, to sustain his contention that the chief obstacle to instituting a general education requirement is professors' desire to keep their pursuit of knowledge pure.
Conceivably, a transfer or entering student could satisfy some of her general education requirements before beginning full-time enrollment at George Fox.
For the BS in IT minors, Arkansas residents must complete Arkansas general education requirements.
For example, if you're only collecting evidence of student learning in some programs, or for some general education requirements, or at some locations, your college is essentially saying it cares more about some students than others.
You can study subject matters such as science and technology, engineering, math, general education requirements, etc.
The 60 hours of credits include general education requirements, as well as classes in applied accounting and microcomputer applications.
Years ago, the regents created a module that shows the courses at public schools that meet general education requirements.
If, for example, a company wanted employees to acquire certain skills quickly, they might be able to "invert the degree" by teaching the requested skills first and then later adding general education requirements necessary for an associate's degree.
Two 3-credit courses in the natural sciences are included in the University's General Education requirements for Associate of Arts and Bachelor of Arts degree candidates.
In Massachusetts, Mount Wachusett Community College and Quinsigamond Community College have signed a health-career transfer agreement that allows MWCC students to complete general education requirements there and then the remainder of their accredited, radiologic-technology associate's degree at Quinsigamond.
Enrollments in programs designated as interdisciplinary have increased dramatically, while the revival of general education requirements has helped to mainstream interdisciplinary approaches to undergraduate learning (Gaff, 1989; Casey, 1994).

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