CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY, LONG BEACH

Policy Statement

April 30, 1985
Supplement #1
Number: 83-04
File: General Education

The following policy was recommended by the Academic Senate in its meeting of December 13, 1984 and received the concurrance of the President on April 30, 1985.


SUBJECT: GENERAL EDUCATION AND GRADUATE CREDIT


No course identified in the Bulletin as available for credit in a graduate program will be permitted for general education credit.

Effective: Fall 1987

California State University Long Beach

Policy Statement 83-04
Supplement #2

April 20, 1987

This policy supplement was recommended by the Academic Senate in its meeting of March 26, 1987, and received the concurrence of the President on April 20, 1987.


Subject: BASIC SKILLS IN GENERAL EDUCATION COURSES

All courses in the General Education Program must demonstrably encourage development of skills in critical thinking and/or problem solving, as well as in written and/or oral communication. Such skills development must be especially evident in lower division courses in order to comply with the intention of Executive Order 338.

Effective: Immediately.