Critical Thinking, Logic and Reason: A Practical Guide for Students and Academics
General Education is an important part of every undergraduate degree program. The General Education Program provides students with a breadth of exposure to the academic disciplines and serves as the foundation for the knowledge, skills, and competencies essential to becoming well-educated college graduates and citizens. The program ensures a certain level of intellectual breadth, while at the same time allowing students the opportunity to select courses or clusters of courses around areas of their own interests. Specifically, the program:.
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Please note that although General Education courses are available to students in any major, registration in some sections of specific courses may be restricted to students in the Metro Academies. Go to the following link to see what GE requirements are satisfied by these scores. Consult with your major department to see whether any of the credit can count toward your major. Continuing students who were enrolled at SF State prior to fall follow the General Education program that was in effect when they came to SF State, with a few modifications. Please visit the Division of Undergraduate Education and Academic Planning for more information about your General Education requirements and approved courses.