General education courses convey broad knowledge and intellectual concepts to students and develop skills and attitudes that contribute to civic engagement, academic achievement, and professional attainment. General education courses address content not associated with a particular field of study. General education courses encompass written and oral communication; quantitative principles, natural and physical sciences; social and behavioral sciences; and humanities and fine arts and are designed to develop essential academic skills for enhanced and continued learning.
Missional University requires a total of 30 credit hours (plus required labs) of general education courses for all students in associate degree and bachelor 2+2 degree programs. Please review the degree program for program-specific general education requirements. Below is a list of the number of credit hours required in each course distribution category.
Below is a list of General Education courses in each of the general distribution categories.