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Adult Degree Program General Education Curriculum

ADP General Education Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts

  • English (one composition and one literature course) - 6 Credits
  • American Sign Language (ASL) - GSR 103 and ASL 270 (Learners must take the ASL Placement Test - ASLPT - to determine ASL readiness. Some learners may need to take ASL 1, 2, and/or 3 before being able to register for GSR 103) - 6 Credits
  • Humanities, Communication & Arts, Social Sciences, and Business - For a more diverse education, students must take at least one course in three out of the four listed categories - 24 Credits
  • Natural Sciences 3 - 4 Credits
  • Mathematics 3 - 4 Credits

         TOTAL 45 - 47 Credits 

ADP General Education Requirements for a
 Bachelor of Science

  • English (one composition and one literature course) - 6 Credits
  • American Sign Language (ASL)- GSR 103 and ASL 270 (Learners must take the ASL Placement Test - ASLPT - to determine ASL readiness. Some learners may need to take ASL 1, 2, and/or 3 before being able to register for GSR 103) - 6 Credits
  • Humanities, Communication & Arts, Social Sciences, and Business - For a more diverse education, students must take at least one course in three out of the four listed categories - 24 Credits
  • Natural Sciences as required by the major - 9 - 11 Credits
  • Mathematics, including MAT 130 and/or MAT 150 as required by the major - 9 - 11 Credits

          TOTAL 42 - 46 Credits 

For ADP learners who previously adhered to the General Studies Requirement curriculum, course equivalencies will be calculated as follows
:

  • GSR 150 meets the Humanities, Communication & Arts, Social Sciences, and Business requirements.
  • GSR 210/211 credits will be split evenly between English Composition and ASL requirements. These courses satisfy the cultural and diversity requirement.
  • GSR 220/221 credits will be applied to Humanities, Communication & Arts, Social Sciences, and Business requirements. These courses satisfy the cultural and diversity requirement.
  • GSR 230/231 - the first three or four credits will first be applied to Natural Sciences requirements. The remaining credits will be applied to Humanities, Communication & Arts, Social Sciences, and Business requirements.
  • GSR 240/241 credits will be applied to Humanities, Communication & Arts, Social Sciences, and Business requirements.
  • GSR 300 - If an adult learner has completed all of the GSR requirements, including the capstone, s/he is waived from all Adult Degree Program general requirements and only needs to focus on major requirements and remaining electives, if any. 
 
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