Office of Assessment, Accreditation, and Program Review

General Education Outcome Courses and Aligned Courses

Assessment of the general education curriculum is organized into five student learning outcomes.

Below are the outcome definitions and their aligned courses for 2014 -2015 academic year:

Communication            Personal, Social, and Global Responsibility 
Critical Thinking and Integrative Learning  
Information Literacy   Back to Assessment General Education
Communication:
UT students must demonstrate abilities to communicate meaningfully, persuasively, and creatively with different audiences through written, oral, numeric, graphic and visual modes.

AFST 2220 History Of Jazz
ANTH 1020 Introduction To Anthropology
ANTH 2800 Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 2900 African American Culture
EEES 1010 Physical Geology
ENGL 1110 College Composition I
ENGL 1130 College Composition II:  Academic Disciplines And Discourse
ENGL 1140 College Composition II:  Writing The Community
ENGL 1150 College Composition II: Language And Identity
ENGL 2950 Science And Technical Report Writing
ENGL 2960 Organizational Report Writing
GEPL 1010 Human Geography
GEPL 1100 Environmental Geography
HON 2020 Multicultural Literatures:  The North American Experience-Honors-WAC
HON 2030 Multicultural Literatures:  The Non-European World-Honors-WAC
MUS 2220 History Of Jazz
PHIL 1020 Critical Thinking
PHIL 2400 Contemporary Moral Problems
SOC 2640 Race, Class, And Gender
SOC 2900 African American Culture
   

Personal, Social, and Global Responsibility:
UT students must demonstrate understanding  of and critical engagement  in ethical, cultural, and political discourse and capacity to work productively as a community member committed to the value of diversity, difference, and the imperatives of justice. 

AFST 2220 History Of Jazz
ANTH 1020 Introduction To Anthropology
ANTH 2800 Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 2900 African American Culture
EEES 1130 Down To Earth: Environmental Science
ENGL 2710 Reading Fiction
ENGL 2720 Reading Drama
HON 2020 Multicultural Literatures:  The North American Experience-Honors-WAC
HON 2030 Multicultural Literatures:  The Non-European World-Honors-WAC
MUS 2220 History Of Jazz
PHIL 2200 Introduction To Philosophy
PHIL 2400 Contemporary Moral Problems
PSY 1010 Principles Of Psychology
REL 1220 World Religions
SOC 2640 Race, Class, And Gender
SOC 2900 African American Culture
   

Critical Thinking and Integrative Learning:
UT students must be able to integrate reasoning, questioning, and analysis across traditional boundaries of viewpoint, practice, and discipline.

ANTH 1020 Introduction To Anthropology
ANTH 2800 Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 2900 African American Culture
BIOL 1120 Survey Of Biology
ECON 1010 Introduction To Economic Issues
ECON 1150 Principles Of Macroeconomics
ECON 1200 Principles Of Microeconomics
EEES 1020 Introductory Geology Laboratory
ENGL 1110 College Composition I
ENGL 2710 Reading Fiction
ENGL 2720 Reading Drama
GEPL 1010 Human Geography
GEPL 1100 Environmental Geography
PHIL 1020 Critical Thinking
PHIL 2200 Introduction To Philosophy
PSC 1200 American National Government
REL 1220 World Religions
SOC 2640 Race, Class, And Gender
SOC 2900 African American Culture
   

Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning and Literacy:
UT students must demonstrate the capacity to apply mathematical reasoning and scientific inquiry to diverse problems.

BIOL 1120  Survey Of Biology
ECON 1200  Principles Of Microeconomics
EEES 1010  Physical Geology
EEES 1020  Introductory Geology Laboratory
EEES 1130 Down To Earth: Environmental Science
MATH 1180 Mathematics For Liberal Arts
MATH 1320 College Algebra
MATH 1330 Trigonometry
MATH 1730 Calculus with Applications to Business and Finance
MATH 1850 Single Variable Calculus I
MATH 1860 Single Variable Calculus II
MATH 2460 Calculus For Engineering Technology II
MATH 2600 Introduction To Statistics
PSY 1010 Principles Of Psychology
   

Information Literacy:
UT students must demonstrate the ability to find, organize, critically assess, and effectively use information to engage in advanced work in a challenging field of study. Students should demonstrate responsible, legal, creative, and ethical use of information. 

AFST 2220 History Of Jazz
ANTH 1020 Introduction To Anthropology
ANTH 2800 Cultural Anthropology
ANTH 2900 African American Culture
ECON 1010 Introduction To Economic Issues
ECON 1150 Principles Of Macroeconomics
ENGL 1130 College Composition II:  Academic Disciplines And Discourse
ENGL 1140 College Composition II:  Writing The Community
ENGL 1150 College Composition II: Language And Identity
ENGL 2950 Science And Technical Report Writing
ENGL 2960 Organizational Report Writing
MUS 2220 History Of Jazz
SOC 2640 Race, Class, And Gender
SOC 2900 African American Culture
Last Updated: 6/9/16