GENERAL EDUCATION PURPOSE AND OUTCOMES
BACCALAUREATE, ASSOCIATE IN ARTS, AND ASSOCIATE IN SCIENCE PROGRAMS
In accordance with its mission, Cameron University’s baccalaureate, AA, and AS programs are designed to prepare students for professional success, responsible citizenship, life-long learning, and meaningful contributions to a rapidly changing world. A university degree should go beyond preparing graduates for a profession; it should transform their lives and their communities.
The General Education program at Cameron University is a selection of courses designed to provide students with the common knowledge, intellectual concepts, breadth of skills, and attitudes that every college graduate with a baccalaureate, Associate in Arts, or Associate in Science degree should possess. By the time students complete the general education program for baccalaureate, AA and AS programs, they should have met all General Education Student Learning Outcomes.
ASSOCIATE IN APPLIED SCIENCE PROGRAMS
By the time students complete the general education program for Associate in Applied Science programs, they should have met the Communication-Written, Critical Thinking, and Ethics General Education Student Learning Outcomes.