Writing - 3 credits
Quantification - 3 credits
Natural Science - 3 credits
Arts - 3 credits
Humanities - 3 credits
Social & Behavioral Science - 3 credits
Additional General Education - 3 credits
Writing/Speaking - 9 credits
Quantification - 6 credits
Natural Science - 9 credits
Arts - 6 credits
Humanities - 6 credits
Social & Behavioral Science - 6 credits
Health Science/Exercise/Sport Activities - 3 credits
Students who are admitted to Penn State University are required to have a course that is designated as First-Year Seminar. The following are the courses that will be offered at Shenango for the Fall 2014 semester to meet this requirement. Only students who are in their 1st and 2nd semesters are permitted to take these courses.
Course scheduled independently PSU 008S – Section 001
Skill Component - (GWS)
Quantification - (GQ)
Health Science and Physical Education - (GHA)
Exercise and Sport Activities
Natural Science - (GN)
NOTE: Students must take a combination of CHEMISTRY 110 and CHEMISTRY 111 to receive General Education credit in Chemistry.
Arts - (GA)
Humanities - (GH)
Social and Behavioral Sciences - (GS)
International Cultures (IL) - United States Cultures (US) United States and International Cultures (USI)
Students who are enrolled in a Baccalaureate degree program are required to complete 6 credits in this area as part of General Education. Three credits must be International Cultures, and the remaining three credits must be United States Cultures.
Students who are enrolled in an Associate degree program are required to complete 3 credits in this area as part of General Education.
The following are courses being offered at Shenango for Fall 2014 and can be used to meet the International and United States Cultures requirement.
Writing across the curriculum
Students are required to complete 3 credits in this area as part of General Education. Courses that are designed to develop the students’ writing competence are identified by the W and Y suffix.
The following courses are being offered at Shenango for Fall 2014 and can be used to meet the Writing Across the Curriculum Requirement.
Any questions concerning this material, please contact the Division of Undergraduate Studies, Sharon Hall 200 or Wilma White at email@example.com.