General Education Curriculum
The University-wide General Education Curriculum helps students attain the fundamental skills and broad base of knowledge that all college-educated adults must have, whatever their specific areas of concentration (i.e., the major and minor). The experiences of General Education encourage students to develop a critical and inquiring attitude, an appreciation of the interdisciplinary nature of subject areas, acceptance of persons of different backgrounds or values, and a deepened sense of self. The goal of General Education is to prepare students to respond more fully and effectively to an increasingly complex and ambiguous world.
All degree-seeking, undergraduate students must satisfy the requirements of the UA General Education Curriculum by completing a series of basic college courses:
Your Specific Requirements:
To see the requirements specific to your major and degree program, consult the general Academic Advisement Reports or your personal Advisement Report inUAccess Student. Please direct questions to your academic advisor.
Office of Instruction and Assessment:
The Office of Instruction and Assessment administers the UA's General Education Curriculum.