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2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog (Under Construction)

University Core Curriculum (Adult Studies)


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Mission Statement

In keeping with its Christian mission and grounding in the traditions of the liberal arts, Anderson University is dedicated to the development of the intellect and offers an integrated core curriculum based on clear, assessable common learning outcomes.

These essential outcomes prepare all undergraduate students, regardless of major, to communicate clearly, think critically, serve ethically, and solve problems creatively as they become responsible family and community members, successful employees, and global citizens and stewards in the 21st century.            

It is the aim of Anderson University to develop and nurture responsible, confident, independent servant-leaders with a foundational love for life-long learning and a commitment to Christian virtues and the betterment of society.

Anderson University Common Learning Goals

Common Learning Goals (CLGs)  

Core Curriculum (40-41 Cr. Hrs.)


It is important to reference the degree requirements for a specific academic program as University Core requirements may differ depending on degree and major.

Core Foundation Inquiry (3 Cr. Hrs.)


Acceptable Substitutions


Unless otherwise specified, any course from the following:

  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • English Literature
  • Geography
  • History
  • Human Development and Family Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

Acceptable Substitutions


Unless otherwise specified, any course from the following:

  • Mathematics

Historical Inquiry (3 Cr. Hrs.)


Anderson University course options include but are not limited to:

Acceptable Substitutions


Unless otherwise specified, any course from the following:

  • English Literature
  • Geography
  • History

Acceptable Substitutions


Unless otherwise specified, any course from the following:

  • Anthropology
  • Economics
  • Human Development and Family Studies
  • Philosophy
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

Acceptable Substitutions


Unless otherwise specified, any course from the following:

  • Astronomy
  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Ecology
  • Geology
  • Physics
  • Physical Science
  • Science

Acceptable Substitutions


Unless otherwise specified, any course from the following:

  • Any Modern Language
  • International Studies
  • Non-Western Art
  • Non-Western English Literature
  • Non-Western History
  • Non-Western Music
  • Non-Western Theatre
  • World Religions

Acceptable Substitutions


Unless otherwise specified, any course from the following:

  • Art
  • English (Creative writing, poetry, fiction)
  • Music
  • Theatre

Acceptable Substitutions


For CON 3** ONLY:

  • Any 200 level or higher course in an area outside the Major area

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