This spreadsheet shows active A-E courses.
Note that the course list is changing each semester as new courses are approved and old courses are either approved under the new program or have their GE tag removed. Check the class schedule for current offerings.
- A1: Oral Communication
- A2: Written Communication
- A3: Critical Thinking
- B1: Physical Sciences
- B1+B3: Physical Sciences + Lab
- B2: Life Sciences
- B2+B3: Life Sciences + Lab
- B3: Laboratory
- B4: Quantitative Reasoning
- Upper Division B: Scientific Inquiry & Quantitative Reasoning
- C1: Art: Arts, Cinema, Dance, Music, Theater
- C2: Humanities: Literature, Philosophy, Languages Other than English
- Upper Division C: Arts + Humanities
- D: Social Sciences
- Upper Division D: Social Sciences
- E: Lifelong Learning & Self Development
Although FLCs should be conceptualized by faculty and students as a single year-long course, FLCs consist of two semesters with A and B suffixes. The A and B components of an FLC must be submitted on separate GE Revision Forms in Curriculog because of how Curriculog links to other systems at the University (e.g. scheduling, faculty contracting, student records, etc.). The FLC syllabus and FLC Course Content form will span the full year of the FLC. These can be added to either the A or B (or both) Curriculog entries.
- How to Propose a FLC
- Sample Proposal
- FLC A1 & A3
- FLC A3 & E
- FLC A3 & C1
- FLC A3 & C2
- Roles of FLC Faculty and Peer Mentors
- Executive Order 1100 - Executive order on CSU General Education Breadth Requirements
- Executive Order 1110 - Executive order on Assessment of Academic Preparation and Placement in First-Year GE Written Communication and Mathematics/Quantitative Reasoning Courses
Throughout fall 2019 Sonoma State Universtiy has conducted workshops focused on the general education program. Members of the campus community may review the workshop materials below.