The Evaluations or Advising and Orientation Offices can help you plan your GE program in such a way that you take full advantage of GE as a powerful career exploration tool.
CSU, Chico revised its General Education Program effective fall semester 1987 and again in fall 1993.
Program Highlights: Students will participate in a variety of hands-on learning activities focused on STEM, meet female STEM college students and professional women who will share their experiences, work on a project as a team with other students, and present the group’s findings at the end of the week.
Instructors & Facilities: Students will be well supervised throughout the program by professional institute staff, teachers from East Cobb, and college student assistants.
The bus will depart from and report back to the East Cobb Middle School. Attending the program is a privilege, and students are expected to be on their best behavior.
Students must be at the school, and picked up from the school, at the designated times. Courses required for your major may prepare you for your vocation; the General Education program provides you the integrative intellectual experience common to all Chico graduates.General Education (GE) will help you to see your major's place in your total education by showing you that knowledge is not isolated, that what you know of one subject is related to what you know of another, that there is always more to know, and that what you know affects the way you live.Participation in an in-class small group helps facilitate individual and group improvement.As an introductory writing requirement for Honors students, this course is designed to help students sharpen their skills in thinking and writing and to practice and so enhance the connection between the two.The GE modifications are summarized later in this chapter. Courses used to meet the History, Constitution, and American Ideals requirement (HIST 130 and POLS 155) do not count toward the 48 units of GE in most cases.There are exceptions: this requirement may count toward GE for students majoring in certain high-unit programs (See "Majors with Important Modifications to GE Requirements").Select one course from Effective oral communication. Practice in gathering, organizing, and presenting material, with special emphases on evidence, reasoning, analysis, and argument.Oral advocacy of ideas with a focus on critical thinking. This course examines communication in small group processes such as group development, group climate, leadership and roles, problem solving, and conflict.) at Georgia Tech in partnership with General Electric (GE) will host a week-long summer program for middle school girls.This fun-filled program will introduce girls to exciting opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) for college and beyond.