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The NEW
GENERAL EDUCATION
PROGRAM
Mission Statement: “Carroll University provides a superior education, rooted in its
Presbyterian and liberal arts heritage, and draws upon its Christian tradition to prepare all
students for vocational success, lifelong learning and service in a diverse and global society.”
General Education
for all students
is the foundation
of the
liberal arts tradition
at Carroll.
About one-quarter of your total credits
are in General Education.
General Education
Gen Ed Components
32 total credits
Cross-Cultural Component 12 credits + Cross-Cultural Development
Cultural Seminar
4 cr.
1st Semester
Writing Seminar
4 cr.
1st or 2nd Semester
Cross-Cultural Development
(4 cr.)
concurrent or before CCE
Cross-Cultural Experience
2 cr.
concurrent or after CCD
Global Perspectives Colloquium 2 cr.
After CCE, last year at CU
Distribution Component
20 credits. 16 cr. of 4 G.E. 1 + 4 cr. G.E. 2
Four Gen Ed 1 courses, in four of five distribution areas
(the fifth area is in student’s major field)
One Gen Ed 2 course, in one of the four distribution areas
Fine arts
Humanities
Philosophy/ethics/religion
Social sciences
Natural sciences (with lab)
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
General Education
Your progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
First through Third Years . . . .
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
Senior
Integration
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
CCE
G.E. 2 Course
CrossCultural
Experience
Writing
Seminar
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
GPC
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
General Education
Gen Ed Components
Cross-Cultural Component
32 total credits
12 credits + Cross-Cultural Development
The Cross-Cultural Component is the signature element of the Gen Ed Curriculum,
a five-course series that focuses on culture:
Cultural Seminar
Writing Seminar
Cross-Cultural Development
Cross-Cultural Experience
Global Perspectives Colloquium
These courses provide an intentional cross-cultural thread from freshman through senior year,
with a final colloquium to allow students the opportunity for critical reflection. The Cross-Cultural
Component provides continuity and coherence for the whole Gen Ed program.
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
First through Third Years . . . .
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
Senior
Integration
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
CCE
G.E. 2 Course
CrossCultural
Experience
Writing
Seminar
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
GPC
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
First through Third Years . . . .
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
Senior
Integration
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
Take course in each of four
distribution areas outside
your major. 16 credits
□ Fine arts
□ Humanities
□ Philosophy/ethics/religion
□ Social sciences
□ Natural sciences (with Lab)
CCE
CrossCultural
Experience
G.E. 2 Course
Take additional upper
level course in one area.
4 credits.
□ _____________
“Study Away”
2 credits
GPC
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
2 credits
□ ENG 170
4 credits
PLUS Graduation Requirements:
Math 106 or 112 or 140 4 credits
Attend 8 Convocations
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Have at least ONE GE 1 or GE 2
course be designated:
"Cross-Cultural"
(CCD list below)
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
Gen Ed Requirements
Cultural Seminar 4 credits
English 170
4 credits
G.E. 1 Courses
16 credits
G.E. 2 Course
4 credits
CCD Course
(4 credits)
CC Experience
2 credits
GPC
2 credits
32 credits
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
□ ENG 170
4 credits
General Education
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
The Cultural Seminar
is a four-credit academic course that emphasizes critical
reading and discussion. The seminar provides first-semester
freshmen with a gateway learning experience to complete
the foundational course in the General Education Program.
Students will explore their own and another culture and
evaluate a global issue from multiple perspectives.
Writing
Seminar
□ ENG 170
4 credits
The course will have several common elements:
Common read,
Common learning outcomes,
Common assessment, and
Common orientation and convocations.
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
First through Third Years . . . .
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
Take course in each of four
distribution areas outside
your major. 16 credits
□ Fine arts
□ Humanities
□ Philosophy/ethics/religion
□ Social wciences
□ Natural wciences (with Lab)
G.E. 2 Course
Take additional upper
level course in one area.
4 credits.
□ _____________
□ ENG 170
4 credits
PLUS Graduation Requirements:
Math 106 or 112 or 140 4 credits
Attend 8 convocations
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
General Education
Gen Ed Components
32 total credits
Distribution Component
20 credits. 16 cr. of 4 G.E. 1 + 4 cr. G.E. 2
Four Gen Ed 1 courses, in four of five distribution areas
(the fifth area is in student’s major field)
One Gen Ed 2 course, in one of the four distribution areas
Fine arts
Humanities
Philosophy/ethics/religion
Social sciences
Natural sciences (with lab)
The second major element of the General Education curriculum is the
Distribution Component.
Distribution courses challenge students to think critically about the social
and natural world, through the methodologies of the various academic
disciplines. Distribution courses need not include cross-cultural themes.
Distribution Courses Approved by PCAC and GCCE as of 02/15/2012
Fine Arts
Humanities
Phil/Ethics/Religion
Social Sciences
Natural Sciences
GE 1
GE 1
GE 1
GE 1
GE 1
F1
ART 103 Art History I
ART 104 Art History II
ART 106 Draw & Comp
ART 107 2D & 3D Design
ART 209 Photography I
ART 225 Ceramics I
ENG 206 Fiction Writing
ENG 207 Poetry Writing
ENG 208 Nonfict Writing
FAR 105 World Dance
MUS 151 History of Jazz
MUS 156 Classical Music
MUS 158 History of Rock
THE 101 Intro to Theatre
H1
P1
S1
N1
ALL LAB COURSES
ENG 162 (CCD) Gender & Lit
BIO 324 Bioethics
BUS 250 Culture & Div in Orgs BIO 120 General Biology I
ENG 165 (CCD) Race & Gender
BUS 260 Ethics Bus, Govt, Soc COM 101 Prin of Communication BIO 131 Human Genetics
ENG 210 (CCD) African Amer Lit ENG 164 (CCD)Amer Ind Lit COM 207 (CCD) Intercult Comm CHE 104 Forensic Science
ENG 211 Lit Study I Poetry
ENG 255/255H (CCD): Post- COM 290 Health Communication CHE 106 Drug Discovery
ENG 212 Lit Study II Fiction/Drama Colonial Lit & Theory
ECO 124 Microeconomics
ENV 105 Earth Science
HIS 103 Roots of Western World
ENV 292 Env Ethics & Apps ECO 225 Macroeconomics
ENV120/120H Conservation
HIS 104 Europe & Modern World PHI 101 Intro to Philosophy ENV 138 Cultural Geography
PHY 105 Astronomy
HIS 105 America to 1877
PHI 105 Intro to Logic
ENV 160 World Regional Geog
HIS 106 America since 1877
PHI206/PHI206H Ethics
LEA 190 Leadership & Per Effect
HIS 107 Premodern World
PHI 207 His & Phil of Science PBH 101 Intro Public Health
HIS 108 Our Contemporary World POL 275 Political Theory
PBH 102 (CCD) Global Health
HIS 112 (CCD)Latin American His POL 276 Democracy & Global POL 101 (CCD) Global Studies
HIS 224H (CCD) World since 1945 REL 102 Intro Hebrew Bible POL 101H (CCD) Global Studies
POL 210H Origins Demo
REL 103 Intro New Testament POL 141 Intro American Politics
REL 106 Understanding Rel POL 201 (CCD) World's Nations
REL 200 Contemp World Rel POL 255 (CCD) Global Politics
REL 201 Jesus of Nazareth
PPE 101 Intro Phil, Politics & Econ
REL 210 (CCD) Suffer/Hope PSY 101 Introductory Psychology
REL 230 Hist of Christianity I SOC 101 Intro to Sociology
REL 231 Hist of Christianity II SOC 102 Soc of Social Problems
SOC 110 (CCD) Cultural Anthro
GE 2
F2
ART 201 Painting I
ART 230 Printmaking I
ENG 307 Adv. Poetry
ENG 308 Adv. Nonfiction
THE 215 Euro Hist & Lit
THE 216 Global Hist & Lit
GE 2
H2
GE 2
P2
ENG 226(CCD)Africa Lit & Culture ENG 303 Milton & Morals
ENG 300 (CCD) Great Authors
PHI 308 Phil of Religion
ENG 301 Chaucer
PHI 320 Ancient & Med Phil
ENG 304 Shakespeare
PHI 321 Mod & Contemp Phil
ENG 305 Adv Exposition & Rhetoric
ENG 312 Modernism & Post Mod
HIS 213 Women in American His
HIS 225 (CCD) Med Europe,
China and Islamic Crescent
HIS 254 Medieval European Topics
GE 2
S2
GE 2
N2
LEA 302 Leadership Theory/ Prac ENV 267 Geographic Info Sys
PBH 421 Epidemiology
ENV 222
PSY 221 (CCD) Lifespan Psych
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
First through Third Years . . .
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
Take course in each of four
distribution areas outside
your major. 16 credits
□ Fine arts
□ Humanities
□ Philosophy/ethics/religion
□ Social sciences
□ Natural sciences (with Lab)
G.E. 2 Course
Take additional upper
level course in one area.
4 credits.
□ _____________
□ ENG 170
4 credits
PLUS Graduation Requirements:
Math 106 or 112 or 140 4 credits
Attend 8 convocations
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Have at least ONE GE 1 or GE 2
course be designated:
"Cross-Cultural"
(CCD list below)
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
General Education
So, which courses are CCD?
Cross Cultural Development Courses can be either G.E. 1 or G.E. 2 ,
or other courses in your major, designated CCD.
For example: “American Indian Literature” or “International Global Health” or
“Latin American History” or “Cultural Anthropology” or “China and the Islamic Crescent”
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Have at least ONE GE 1 or GE 2
course be designated:
"Cross-Cultural"
(CCD list below)
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
First through Third Years . . .
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
Take course in each of four
distribution areas outside
your major. 16 credits
□ Fine arts
□ Humanities
□ Philosophy/ethics/religion
□ Social Ssiences
□ Natural sciences (with Lab)
G.E. 2 Course
Take additional upper
level course in one area.
4 credits.
□ _____________
□ ENG 170
4 credits
PLUS Graduation Requirements:
Math 106 or 112 or 140 4 credits
Attend 8 convocations
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Have at least ONE GE 1 or GE 2
course be designated:
"Cross-Cultural"
(CCD list below)
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
First through Third Years . . .
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
Take course in each of four
distribution areas outside
your major. 16 credits
□ Fine arts
□ Humanities
□ Philosophy/ethics/religion
□ Social sciences
□ Natural sciences (with Lab)
CCE
CrossCultural
Experience
G.E. 2 Course
Take additional upper
level course in one area.
4 credits.
□ _____________
“Study Away”
2 credits
□ ENG 170
4 credits
PLUS Graduation Requirements:
Math 106 or 112 or 140 4 credits
Attend 8 convocations
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Have at least ONE GE 1 or GE 2
course be designated:
"Cross-Cultural"
(CCD list below)
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
GPC
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
2 credits
General Education
So, what does it mean to “Study Away”?
Students choose STUDY AWAY experiences –
either local, domesti, and/or international, for their
cross-cultural experience, to fit into their majors.
Track 1: Study abroad, for a summer, semester or yearlong program.
CCE
E.G. Bordeaux, France; Marburg, Germany; Sydney, Australia; Seoul, South
Korea; Leon/Guanajuato, Mexico (Affiliated programs).
CrossCultural
Experience
Track 2: Approved NCEP course, whether overseas or domestic.
“Study Away”
New Cultural Experience Programs are around two weeks off campus. E.G.:
Thailand, Paris, South Africa, Marburg/Frankfurt, China, Australia-New
Zealand; Alaska; EU.
Track 3: Approved for-credit CCE course or internship.
Courses or approved internships are at least 60 hours within a cross-cultural
environment. Examples: internship; regular academic course with an
experiential component; clinicals; service learning; student teaching.
2 credits
What are Cross Cultural
Experiences?
Study Abroad
CCE
CrossCultural
Experience
“Study Away”
2 credits
New Cultural Experience
Program (NCEP)
CCE course or Internship
Choir tour to Italy
Post-Katrina Trip to New Orleans
Photographing India
Music and Culture of Vietnam
Civil Rights Pilgrimage
Hearts in Motion in Guatemala
BorderLinks Tucson, AZ/Mexico
Cross-Cultural Chicago
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
First through Third Years . . . .
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
Take course in each of four
distribution areas outside
your major. 16 credits
□ Fine arts
□ Humanities
□ Philosophy/ethics/religion
□ Social sciences
□ Natural sciences (with lab)
CCE
CrossCultural
Experience
G.E. 2 Course
Take additional upper
level course in one area.
4 credits.
□ _____________
“Study Away”
2 credits
□ ENG 170
4 credits
PLUS Graduation Requirements:
Math 106 or 112 or 140 4 credits
Attend 8 convocations
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Have at least ONE GE 1 or GE 2
course be designated:
"Cross-Cultural"
(CCD list below)
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
First through Third Years . . . .
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
Senior
Integration
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
Take course in each of four
distribution areas outside
your major. 16 credits
□ Fine arts
□ Humanities
□ Philosophy/ethics/religion
□ Social sciences
□ Natural sciences (with lab)
CCE
CrossCultural
Experience
G.E. 2 Course
Take additional upper
level course in one area.
4 credits.
□ _____________
“Study Away”
2 credits
□ ENG 170
4 credits
PLUS Graduation Requirements:
Math 106 or 112 or 140 4 credits
Attend 8 convocations
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Have at least ONE GE 1 or GE 2
course be designated:
"Cross-Cultural"
(CCD list below)
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
GPC
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
2 credits
General Education
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
Senior
Integration
Cultural
Seminar
GPC
□ CCS 100
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
2 credits
□ ENG 170
4 credits
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
General Education
What makes Carroll
virtually
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
□ ENG 170
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
Senior
Integration
UNIQUE
in higher education?
GPC
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
2 credits
The Carroll Difference is
4 credits
the Senior Integration Experience –
The Global Perspectives Colloquium
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
General Education
The Global Perspectives
Colloquium
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
is a two-credit academic course
Cultural
for advanced students (usually seniors) from
Seminar
multiple disciplines to engage in integration and
□ CCS 100
critical reflection on cross-cultural experiences.
4 credits
Writing
The GPC seeks to engage members of the Carroll
Seminar
community, models interdisciplinary and life□ ENG 170
4 credits
long learning, and serves as a gateway
experience, preparing students to take
responsibility for their own continuing
education after graduation.
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
Senior
Integration
GPC
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
2 credits
General Education
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
The Global Perspectives
Colloquium
Senior
Integration
is the place where
Carroll’s Four Pillars
come together.
GPC
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
2 credits
Integrated
Knowledge
Lifelong
Skills
Cross-Cultural Component
Enduring
Values
(12 credits)
Gateway
Experiences
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
General Education
Your Progress through General Education (32 credits)
In Your First Year. . .
Freshman
Experience
Cultural
Seminar
□ CCS 100
4 credits
Writing
Seminar
First through Third Years . . . .
As You Prepare to Graduate . . .
Senior
Integration
Distribution Courses
G.E. 1 Courses
Take course in each of four
distribution areas outside
your major. 16 credits
□ Fine arts
□ Humanities
□ Philosophy/ethics/religion
□ Social sciences
□ Natural sciences (with lab)
CCE
CrossCultural
Experience
G.E. 2 Course
Take additional upper
level course in one area.
4 credits.
□ _____________
“Study Away”
Global
Perspectives
Colloquium
2 credits
2 credits
□ ENG 170
4 credits
GPC
PLUS Graduation Requirements:
Math 106 or 112 or 140 4 credits
Attend 8 convocations
CCD
Cross-Cultural Development
Have at least ONE GE 1 or GE 2
course be designated:
"Cross-Cultural"
(CCD list below)
Distribution Component (20 credits) = 4 G.E. 1 courses + 1 G.E. 2
Cross-Cultural Component
(12 credits)
= CCS + WS + CCD + CCE + GPC
Gen Ed Requirements
Cultural Seminar 4 credits
English 170
4 credits
G.E. 1 Courses
16 credits
G.E. 2 Course
4 credits
CCD Course
(4 credits)
CC Experience
2 credits
GPC
2 credits
32 credits
For Further Information contact:
Office of General Education
Carroll University
100 N. East Ave.
Waukesha, WI 53186
Fred W. Beuttler, Ph.D.
Director of General Education
[email protected]

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