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St. Andrews General Education (SAGE)

  The St. Andrews faculty as a whole designed the St. Andrews General Education (SAGE) program for the St. Andrews student body as a whole. It includes course work that constitutes graduation requirements common to all students- those that carry the SAGE prefix as well as those that satisfy the writing and liberal learning requirements.


Required Common Experience Courses:

WRT 110 Compositions I: Inquiry through Writing

WRT 120 Composition II:  Reasoning through Writing

SAGE 230 Human Thought and Culture I:  Ancient to Medieval

SAGE 240 Human Thought and Culture II:  Renaissance to Modern

SAGE 381 Transitions

SAGE 450 Global Issues and Ethical Response

3 credits

3 credits

3 credits

3 credits

1 credit

3 credits

Breadth Requirements:

Language: demonstrated knowledge in speaking, reading, writing and listening to a foreign Language; students must achieve proficiency at a second semester University level.
up to 6 credits
Mathematics: a course in mathematics that develops an understanding of the appropriate use and limitations of quantitative analysis. 3 credits
Natural Science: one science course designed to enrich a student's understanding of the natural world and the scientific method of inquiry; the course must include a laboratory experience. 4 credits
Arts and Aesthetics:  a course or courses selected from Art, Communication and Theater Arts, Creative Writing, or Music requiring either personal engagement in and critical reflection upon the creative process or the development of an appreciation of the aesthetic achievement of one or more disciplines in the fine arts. 3 credits
Humanities:  a course selected from the disciplines of English literature, Philosophy, or Religious Studies allowing students to explore written expressions of the human spirit in historical and cultural contexts. 3 credits

Social Science:  a course selected from the disciplines of Politics, History, Business/Economics, Psychology or Education focused on the study of human society and culture

3 credits

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