General Education classes

"The university is a fulcrum with which to move the world. — Charles Malik, Lebanese academic, diplomat and philosopher

General Education courses are those foundational classes required of all students at Southern Nazarene University. They are not "basics" to be "gotten out of the way." Such a set of standard classes goes by other names, including Core Curriculum and Shared Experience. They focus on coherent writing and other communication skills, basic number skills, how to creatively and safely interact with the natural world, who human beings are and how they interact with each other and with their Creator and how they express themselves in culture.

The subjects taught in those courses range across the curriculum. They include the sciences, history, government, math, music, art, literature, and communication arts. Four of those courses (or 12 semester hours) are religion courses. Howard Culbertson taught sections of these three:

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