- Students demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in multiple contexts.
- Students demonstrate the ability to comprehend and process concepts, to establish relationships within and among academic disciplines, and to evaluate information for knowledge-building and decision-making.
- Students demonstrate the ability to find, evaluate, and use information effectively and appropriately for any given learning situation.
- Students demonstrate the ability to recognize the complexity of culture, their own as well as others, and see themselves as members of a global community.
General Education Committee
As part of ECU's self-governance and in accordance with Section 188.8.131.52 of the ECU Faculty Handbook, this standing institutional committee "is responsible for 1) establishing guidelines for departments to follow in requesting new courses for the General Education curriculum; 2) reviewing new courses proposed for the General Education curriculum and making recommendations to the Academic Committee; 3) overseeing the General Education student outcomes; 4) overseeing assessment of the General Education Curriculum."
2015-2016 General Education Committee (GEC) members: Dana Belcher, Mark Hollingsworth, Katricia Pierson, Jason Prather, Robin Roberson, Michael Copeland, Charles Crittell, Thomas Lanis, Mathew Lynam, Sarah Peters, Brenda Sherbourne, and Holly Sewell.
For more information about East Central University's General Education program, visit the ECU Catalog, pp 42-45.