- Taste of Kendall
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The college’s general education core, which is made up of 15 courses (60 credit hours) for bachelors of arts students, is divided into three tiers.
Consists of 100-level courses that develop the student’s academic skill competencies: Oral and Written Communication, Critical Reading and Thinking, Quantitative Literacy, Technological Literacy, and Research and Synthesis of Information.
The second tier (200-level courses) develops the knowledge and value competencies that the college cultivates in every graduate: Environmental Stewardship, Aesthetic Appreciation, Ethical Awareness, and Cultural Literacy.
The third and final tier in the general education core consists of a single class, Advanced Integrative Studies (INT 310 or INT 311), which is a general education capstone course. This course provides students with the opportunity to demonstrate their mastery of the college’s skill competencies: Oral and Written Communication, Critical Reading and Thinking, Quantitative Literacy, Technological Literacy, and Research and Synthesis of Information.
Foreign Language: Students take two foreign language courses. The foreign language courses can be taken at any time during your career at Kendall, but the college recommends that you take the foreign language courses in consecutive quarters.