Montgomery College’s General Education Program provides students with the foundations for living a productive life, being a citizen of the world, appreciating aesthetic values, and engaging in life-long learning in a continually changing world. Students have opportunities in all classes to develop communication, critical thinking, and analytical skills appropriate for an educated person. The General Education Program prepares students to face the issues and responsibilities that arise from living in a culturally diverse, globally interdependent world.
The Full Description of the Program:
Program Goals, Competencies and Areas of Proficiency, Distribution Areas, and the Global and Cultural
Information for Students
Whether the goal is to finish a two-year career program or transfer to another school, there are certain abilities that students need to be successful. All degree programs have a central group of courses which emphasize General Education skills.
General Education Course Substitution Appeals: How to request the use of a different course to fulfill a General Education Requirement; if based on a disability, see a DSS counselor for instructions
Information for Faculty
Links to General Education Resources:
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