Millersville University, Faculty Senate

General Education Curriculum

Program Review

May 1996


Curricular Currency

Integration of Knowledge

9. Integration of Knowledge--The interrelationships between various areas of knowledge are specifically explored, not left to the student to discover by chance.

The Perspectives courses, which are to occur after students have completed English Composition and half of the required core courses, are to incorporate knowledge from two or more academic disciplines. Students are to propose solutions to problems employing the techniques of more than one academic discipline. Although the perception among some faculty is that too few perspectives courses achieve this goal, many students feel that the goal has been met. In a survey in the fall of 1995, students slightly agreed on average (2.50 on a scale where 1= strongly agree and 5 = strongly disagree) with the premise: "Perspectives courses have demonstrated how different areas of knowledge relate and can be used in complementary ways."


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