General Education is the core of every student's educational experience at SNU. As a Christian liberal arts university, SNU expects its students to engage broadly in learning the knowledge and skills fundamental to be Christian person sand leaders in the communities in which they live in a work in the twenty-first century.
The General Education program provides students with the opportunity to take approximately 62 credit hours of courses that teach and reinforce critical thinking and problem solving skills, the ability to communicate effectively, and appreciation of human creativity, science and technology, and modern world. Central to the mission of the university, students will engage in transformational learning experiences designed to explore what it means to seek truth together within a Christ-centered community of scholars.
Goals of the General Education Program
Thematic Learning Communities
General Educational Curriculum Reform 2010
To find our more about SNU's General Education program contact Dr. Heather Clemmer, our Director of General Education (email@example.com).