In May 2017, Chancellor Wrigley announced the launch of the College 2025 initiative, which included the development of a five- to 10-year academic roadmap for the USG and its institutions. In parallel with College 2025 work, the system established a comprehensive strategy around student success and completion called .
Together, these undertakings have demonstrated the need to update the structure and content of USG’s general education curriculum. Consequently, USG initiated a review convening a group of faculty, academic administrators and industry leaders and utilizing more than 500 submitted comments to create a draft set of design principles to shape the structure and scope of the new curriculum.
As part of the design process, USG sought input from all across the system and state — from faculty, staff, administrators, students and concerned members of the public. The several hundred received responses allowed the wording of the draft design principles to be refined in both tone and substance. The final revised design principles were approved by the Board of Regents at the September Board Meeting.
国产偷拍视频The next stage of the work is to create a new structure for the general education curriculum that reflects the new set of design principles. To undertake this work we have convened a new group of faculty, academic administrators, academic technologists and industry leaders.
国产偷拍视频Once again, we would appreciate your thoughts as we bring the design principles to life.
国产偷拍视频The committee has identified a set of to be integral parts of the general education experience. We would appreciate your feedback on these domains - whether you agree that together they span the breadth general education; whether you see something fundamental that is currently not mentioned; and how you see the most fundamental of these domains most appropriately delivered as learning experiences.
To provide feedback please complete the or the . To provide feedback on the general education design principles and overall structure, please complete the Redesigned General Education Feedback Form.