Millersville University, Faculty Senate

General Education Curriculum

Program Review

May 1996

Curricular Currency

Global Studies

7. Global Studies--The study of other countries is accomplished either by incorporation into existing courses or by the creation of courses for just this purpose.

Millersville does not require that international studies be part of the General Education curriculum, although "to provide opportunities for students to deal creatively with personal, community, and global concerns" is one of the goals of the curriculum. One method of providing global diversity is to have a significant population of foreign students, as Millersville does, encouraging them with tuition remission. Although these foreign students tend to room in the same dormitories, they interact with all students in classes and campus functions.

Curricular Currency
...|Liberal Arts and Sciences |Fundamental Skills |Higher Standards and More Requirements |Tighter Curriculum Structure |The Freshman Year |The Senior Year |Cultural Diversity |Integration of Knowledge |Moral Reflection |Active Learning |Extension Through All Four Years |Assessment |Information Literacy
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