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    Northeastern State University
  Feb 25, 2018
2010-2011 Northeastern State University Undergraduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

General Education Requirements for Bachelor's Degrees

A minimum of 49 hours of academic work in general education is required during the freshman and sophomore years.  For students transferring with the Associate of Arts degree or Associate of Science degree from a public institution in Oklahoma, all general education requirements will be satisfied with respect to degree requirements.  Some majors may require other specific general education courses as program prerequisites or program requirements.  Students are required to complete general education requirements by the time they have completed 90 semester hours of college work.

General Education Requirements

Effective Fall 2010, Northeastern State University will implement the following new general education curriculum. 

Global Perspectives (6 hours)

Select ONE course each from TWO different categories for a total of 6 credit hours, OR take two consecutive courses in the same language in the second language category.

Humanities (6 hours)

2. Fine Arts Appreciation

Choose ONE course from the following:

Natural Sciences (7-9 hours)

At least one course from the biological or physical sciences must include a lab.

2. Physical Sciences (3-5 hours)

Quantitative Analysis (3 hours)

Computer Proficiency

Students must demonstrate computer proficiency, which includes the competent use of a variety of software and networking applications.  Students may complete the requirement through one of three options:

  1. Sucessfully completing a high school computer science course that meets the State Regents’ high school curricular requirements; OR
  2. Satisfying NSU’s computer proficiency assessment; OR
  3. Successfully completing CS/IS 1003 Computers in Modern Society or EDUC 4823 Technology in Education (for Education majors)

Students should complete this requirement in their first 30 hours of course work.

Total Hours = 49-51