|Social & Behavioral Sciences (1 required)|
Communications (1 required)
Quantitative Skills (1 required)
|Humanities, Fine Arts, Christian Life & Social Responsibility (1 required)|
City Vision’s general education requirements were adapted from models provided by the Lumina Foundation’s Degree Qualification Profile as well as the AAC&U’s LEAP campaign’s Essential Learning Outcomes. Much of the language and categories for our revised general education requirements come from these two sources because they represent the most widely used related standards in the US. City Vision has simplified their requirements to reflect our mission that focuses primarily on degree completion for adult learners. Students from previous catalog years that are still active with City Vision may request to change their catalog year to the new requirements.
The following is how transfer credit will be mapped to general education credits with City Vision.
Institutional learning outcomes are the outcomes that all City Vision should have upon graduation. Students completing a City Vision degree will achieve the outcomes below in each of these domains:
Students are required to take 30 general education courses for a Bachelor’s and 15 general education courses for an Associate’s in the following areas.
Broad Knowledge and Intellectual Skills
Christian Life and Thought
Bachelor’s degree students must take a total of 30 credits, with at least 3 being from each of the four general education areas (English & Communications, Social & Behavioral Sciences, Mathematics & Natural Sciences, Humanities & Fine Arts). Associate degree students must take a total of 15 credits, with at least 3 from each.
If a student already has a bachelor’s degree from an accredited school, then the General Education requirements are waived.
At minimum, general education credits must include:
English & Communications
min 3 / max 21
To learn more about the types of accreditation accepted, the conversion of quarter hours to semester hours and related topics, view our Transfer Credit Policies page.
The following is a list of how City Vision courses may be used to fulfill general education requirements.
English & Communications (min 3 / max 21)
Students who have not previously attended college are required at least to take English Composition I and/or Business Communications.
Based on feedback from faculty and staff, we may require students to take English Composition if their writing is not at a sufficient level to meet the requirements of more advanced courses.
Social & Behavioral Sciences (min 3 / max 21)
Mathematics & Natural Science (min 3 / max 21)
Humanities & Fine Arts (min 3 / max 21)
The list below shows how common courses from other institutions would be classified for transfer credit.
Classification of Courses for Transfer Credit – Typical Courses
English / Communications