College Record 2019-2020

General Education Requirements for Transfer Students

Students must complete each of the following areas.  No more than two courses with the same disciplinary prefix may meet the Breadth of Knowledge learning goals.

Foundational Skills

Written/Oral Communication, Info Literacy (WO) / Take two with a minimum grade of C-.

ENG-110College English I *

3

ENG-112College English II *

3

Total Credit Hours:6

Experiential Learning (EL) / Take one:

KC-101Practicing Academic Culture @Keuka *

3

Total Credit Hours:3

Students who transfer 45 credits or more will not be required to take KC-101. FP-201 will be required in preparation for the Field Period experience.

Wellness (WL) / Take 1-3 different topics for credit.

KC-201AAdulting *

1

KC-201BJournaling to Be Well *

1

KC-201CHealthy Digital Diet & Detox *

1

KC-201DLearning Leadership Through the Outdoors *

1

KC-201EOccupations & Daily Activities *

1

KC-201FPhysical Activity & Life Balance *

1

KC-201GSexual Health & Wellness *

1

KC-201HWho Am I? *

1

KC-201IFinancial Wellness *

1

Total Credit Hours:1-3

Quantitative/Math Reasoning (QM) / Choose one:

MAT-102College Algebra *

3

MAT-103Elem Probability and Statistics *

3

MAT-104Math for Liberal Arts *

3

MAT-105Pre-Calculus *

3

MAT-106Calculus I *

4

MAT-222Mathematical Concepts for Education II *

3

SS-231Statistics for Social Science *

3

Total Credit Hours:3-4

Breadth of Knowledge

No more than two courses in the same discipline can meet Breadth of Knowledge learning goals.

Breadth of Knowledge GROUP I

Students must take at least one laboratory science course.  Any 3-4 credit lab-science course offered in disciplines generally associated with Keuka College's Division of Natural Science (Astronomy, Biology, Chemistry, Environmental Science, Geology, Physics).

Total Credit Hours:3-4

Breadth of Knowledge GROUP II

Any combination of 9 credits offered in two different disciplines generally associated with Keuka College's Division of Basic and Applied Social Sciences (Psychology, Sociology, Political science, History, Anthropology, Geography, or Economics).

Total Credit Hours:9

Breadth of Knowledge Elective

Complete one additional course from any Breadth of Knowledge Group I, II, or III above or in the Quantitative/Mathematical Reasoning categories.

Total Credit Hours:3-4

Breadth of Knowledge GROUP III

Any combination of 9 credits offered in two different disciplines associated with Keuka College's Division of Humanities and Fine Arts.  Disciplines include 1) Fine and Performing Arts (historical and appreciation only), 2) Language, 3) Literature, 4) Philosophy, and 5) Religion.  Note that Fine and Performing Arts courses must be in history and appreciation and include Art, Music, Dance, and Theatre as one discipline.

Total Credit Hours:9

Interconnectedness (IN)

One INS-301 course is required:

INS-301Integrative Studies [topic] *

3

Total Credit Hours:3

Effective Thinking (ET):

This learning goal is met through Foundational Skills and Interconnectedness courses.

Reasoning and Analytical Thinking (RA):

This learning goal is met through Written and Oral communication, Information Literacy, Quantitative & Mathematical Reasoning, Interconnectedness learning goals and requirements.