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ksusyl1107fall13mwf (8) - Kennesaw State University Arts in...

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Kennesaw State University Arts in Society: Music A Course in the General Education Program General Education Program Description The General Education at Kennesaw State University program offers a comprehensive series of interrelated courses in the liberal arts and sciences for all Kennesaw State University students. Whereas the major program contributes depth within a chosen specialization, the General Education core provides breadth of understanding within a variety of disciplines. Together, the General Education core and the major degree program offer students the knowledge, skills, and perspectives to become informed and engaged citizens living in a diverse, global community. General Education Program Learning Outcomes The General Education program has nine learning outcomes for students to achieve over the course of their core curriculum. These learning outcomes are assessed in designated courses throughout the General Education program. CRITICAL THINKING: Students articulate a position on an issue and support it by evaluating evidence relevant to the position, considering opposing positions or evidence, and documenting sources according to convention. GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES: Students analyze creative works from multiple international cultures in relation to the historical, political, economic, sociocultural, aesthetic, or personal contexts in which those works emerged. U.S. PERSPECTIVES: Students articulate the historical, political, social, or institutional developments in the United States. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION: Students write appropriately for rhetorical situation, audience, purpose, and genre; demonstrate appropriate content, organization, syntax, and style; and acknowledge the use of information sources, according to convention. READING COMPREHENSION: Students articulate comprehension of written material including the author’s rhetorical purpose and the strategic use of text features. INTERPRETATION: Students explain information presented in mathematical forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, or words) at a level appropriate for the complexity of problems in a college-level course. REPRESENTATION: Students convert information into a mathematical portrayal (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, or words) at a level appropriate for the complexity of problems in a college-level course. NATURAL SCIENCES: Students apply the scientific method to analyze data related to natural phenomena found in everyday life.
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SOCIAL SCIENCES: Students identify the complexity of human behavior and how social, historical, economic, political, or spatial relationships develop, persist, or change. Music 1107 satisfies one of Kennesaw State University’s general education program requirements. It addresses GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES general education learning outcome(s). The learning outcome states: Students analyze creative works from multiple international cultures in relation to the historical, political, economic, sociocultural, aesthetic, or personal contexts in which those works emerged. . For
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