General Education Requirements for AGS Undergraduate Majors

The College of Adult & Graduate Studies undergraduate majors require general education credits. Please click to expand the major or program to view an outline of the relevant general education requirements.

 

These majors require the 45 credits of general education outlined below.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Communication, English Composition, Literature with Composition, and Oral Communication.
Oral Communication3 credits
Written Communication/Literature6 credits
HUMANITIES9 CREDITS
Courses must come from at least TWO disciplines in Literature, History, Philosophy, Music, Art, and Drama. No credits may come from Biblical Literature, Theology, or Religion courses.
REASONING SKILLS9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Biological Science (e.g., Biochemistry, Biology, Ecology), Physical Science (e.g., Astronomy, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics), Technology, Formal/ Symbolic Logic, Statistics, and Mathematics.
Mathematics or Statistics3 credits
Biological or Physical Science3 credits
Reasoning Skills3 credits
SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Business, Behavioral Sciences (e.g., Anthropology, Economics, Geography, and Sociology), and Social Sciences (e.g., Archeology, Organizational Theory, Political Science, and Human Services).
Business3 credits
Behavioral Sciences3 credits
Social Sciences3 credits
BIBLICAL LITERATURE, THEOLOGY, & RELIGION9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Bible, theology, church history, and religion.
Old Testament Literature3 credits
New Testament Literature3 credits
Biblical Literature, Theology, or Religion3 credits

These majors require the 45 credits of general education outlined below

COMMUNICATION SKILLS6 CREDITS
Includes courses in Communication, English Composition, Literature with Composition, and Oral Communication
Oral Communication0-3 credits
English Composition3-6 credits
HUMANITIES9 CREDITS
Courses must come from at least TWO disciplines in Literature, History, Philosophy, Music, Art, and Drama.
REASONING SKILLS12 CREDITS
Includes courses in Biological Science (e.g., Biochemistry, Biology, Ecology), Physical Science (e.g., Astronomy, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics), Technology, Formal/Symbolic Logic, Statistics, and Mathematics.
Mathematics or Statistics3 credits
Biological or Physical Science12 credits
SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Business, Behavioral Sciences (e.g., Anthropology, Economics, Geography, and Sociology), and Social Sciences (e.g., Archeology, Organizational Theory, Political Science, and Human Services).
Behavioral Sciences3 credits
Social Sciences3 credits
BIBLICAL LITERATURE, THEOLOGY, & RELIGION9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Bible, theology, church history, and religion.
Old Testament Literature3 credits
New Testament Literature3 credits
Biblical Literature, Theology, or Religion3 credits

OCUOnline Plus requires 54 general education credits as outlined below.

COMMUNICATION SKILLS9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Communication, English Composition, Literature with Composition, and Oral Communication.
Oral Communication3 credits
English Composition6 credits
HUMANITIES9 CREDITS
Courses must come from at least TWO disciplines in Literature, History, Philosophy, Music, Art, and Drama.
REASONING SKILLS9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Biological Science (e.g., Biochemistry, Biology, Ecology), Physical Science (e.g., Astronomy, Chemistry, Earth Science, Physics), Technology, Formal/Symbolic Logic, Statistics, and Mathematics.
SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Business, Behavioral Sciences (e.g., Anthropology, Economics, Geography, and Sociology), and Social Sciences (e.g., Archeology, Organizational Theory, Political Science, and Human Services).
Behavioral Sciences3-6 credits
Social Sciences3-6 credits
BIBLICAL LITERATURE, THEOLOGY, & RELIGION9 CREDITS
Includes courses in Bible, theology, church history, and religion.
Old Testament Literature3 credits
New Testament Literature3 credits
Biblical Literature, Theology, or Religion3 credits
FOREIGN LANGUAGE/ INTERNATIONAL CULTURE9 CREDITS