Lewis-Clark State College’s general education program actively nurtures life-long learners through the development of literate, creative, and critical thinkers who connect learning to life. Abilities in the skills, distributive, and integrative areas defined by the general education goals are measured by the expected learning outcomes below. Students leave LCSC enabled with the skills, knowledge, and outlook on life to continue learning, thinking critically, and communicating clearly about their natural and social worlds. Through these skills and an emphasis on ethics and values, students enter their careers and callings with the ability to function effectively in a variety of social institutions. While the Core Curriculum provides foundations in learning skills and basic knowledge, the major programs provide a sustained emphasis on general education goals in order to refine those skills and relate basic knowledge to the purposes of their programs.
LCSC’s General Education Core Curriculum conforms to the Idaho State Board of Education’s credit and course requirements.
New General Education Core 2018-2019