General Education Reform
York College convened a Task Force of faculty, administrators and students in May 2008 to develop a revised General Education (GE) curriculum. The GE reform process encompasses a two-year timeline, with first year (2008-09) of work comprised of development of new, model courses by faculty inquiry groups, and the second year (2009-10) comprised of organizing and framing new and existing courses into a revised GE curriculum for institutional approval.
General Education Reform Task Force Minutes and Reports
Every student who is a candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science must satisfy the General Education Requirement(GER), except as listed below. No General Education course may be used to fulfill major requirements.
General Education Reform: List of General Education Committee historical documents and articles
A reflective piece written by Dr. Howard Ruttenberg, History and Philosophy, York College
The meeting dates for General Education Task Force for the fall 2010 semester are on the first Thursday of each month: September 2, October 7, November 4, and December 2. All meetings are held from 12-2pm in the CETL Office, AC 4EA1.
This document describes the General Education Curriculum discussed at the October 2010 College Curriculum Meeting.
This document describes the proposed implementation plan for the General Education Curriculum discussed at the October 2010 College Curriculum Committee meeting.
This document is the Revised General Education Proposal submitted to the College Curriculum Committee on October 14, 2010.
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