Listed below are the different Core Area Programs (CAPs) with the learning outcomes and courses for each CAP. The type of assessment for each course is also provided.

SLO 1: Recognize and identify appropriate topics for presentation in writing

SLO 2: Synthesize and logically arrange written presentations

SLO 3: Adapt written communication to specific purposes and audiences.

  • ENGL 1101 - Written
  • ENGL 1102 - Written

SLO 1: Students demonstrate a strong foundation in college-level mathematical concepts and principles.

SLO 2: Students demonstrate the ability to apply symbolic representations to model and solve real-world problems.

  • MATH 1001 - Written & Multiple Choice
  • MATH 1111 - Multiple Choice
  • MATH 1113 - Written & Multiple Choice
  • MATH 1401 - Written & Multiple Choice
  • MATH 1634 - Written & Multiple Choice

SLO 1 (Oral and Written): Adapt written and oral communication to specific rhetorical purposes and audiences.

SLO 2 (Language): Identify, evaluate, and use information, language, or technology appropriate to a specific purpose.

  • ART 2000 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • COMM 1110 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • ENGL 2020 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • THEA 2050 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • FREN 1001 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • GRMN 1001 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • SPAN 1001 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • FREN 1002 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • GRMN 1002 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • SPAN 1002 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • PHIL 2020 - Oral Presentation & Written
  • ANTH 1101 - Oral Presentation & Written

SLO 2: Identify, evaluate, and use information, language, or technology appropriate to a specific purpose

  • ANTH 1100 - Multiple Choice
  • CS 1000 - Written & Multiple Choice
  • CS 1020 - Written & Multiple Choice
  • LIBR 2100 - Written
  • MUSC 1110 - Written
  • XIDS 2001 - Written
  • XIDS 2002 - Written

SLO 2: Students will recognize and make informed judgements about the fine, literary, or performing arts from various cultures.

  • ART 1201 - Written
  • ART 2201 - Written
  • ART 2202 - Written
  • ENGL 2060 - Written
  • FILM 2080 - Written
  • MUSC 1100 - Written
  • MUSC 1120 - Written
  • THEA 1100 - Written
  • XIDS 2100 - Written

SLO 1: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the foundational concepts of artistic, intellectual, or literary achievement, adapting written communication to specific purposes and audiences.

  • COMM 1154 - Written
  • ENGL 2110 - Written
  • ENGL 2120 - Written
  • ENGL 2130 - Written
  • ENGL 2180 - Written
  • ENGL 2190 - Written
  • FREN 1001 - Written
  • GRMN 1001 - Written
  • SPAN 1001 - Written
  • FREN 1002 - Written
  • GRMN 1002 - Written
  • SPAN 1002 - Written
  • FREN 2001 - Written
  • GRMN 2001 - Written
  • SPAN 2001 - Written
  • FREN 2002 - Written
  • GRMN 2002 - Written
  • SPAN 2002 - Written
  • FORL 2200 - Written
  • FORL 2300 - Written
  • PHIL 2010 - Written
  • PHIL 2030 - Written
  • XIDS 2100 - Written

SLO 1: Apply scientific reasoning and methods, mathematical principles, or appropriate information technologies to explain natural phenomena or situations that arise in the real world.

SLO 2: Use appropriate scientific tools and instruments to acquire data, process information, and communicate results, adapting written communication to specific purposes and audiences.

  • ANTH 1105 - Multiple Choice
  • ASTR 2313 - Multiple Choice
  • ASTR 2313L - Written
  • BIOL 1010 - Multiple Choice
  • BIOL 1010L - Written
  • BIOL 1012 - Multiple Choice *Only offered in Summer
  • BIOL 1013 - Multiple Choice *Only offered in Summer
  • BIOL 1014 - Multiple Choice
  • BIOL 1015 - Multiple Choice *Only offered in Summer
  • BIOL 1015L - Written
  • BIOL 1107 - Multiple Choice
  • BIOL 1107L - Written
  • BIOL 1108 - Multiple Choice
  • BIOL 1108L - Written
  • CHEM 1100 - Multiple Choice
  • CHEM 1100L - Written *Only offered in Summer
  • CHEM 1151K - Multiple Choice
  • CHEM 1152K - Multiple Choice
  • CHEM 1211 - Multiple Choice
  • CHEM 1211L - Written
  • CHEM 1212 - Multiple Choice
  • CHEM 1212L - Written
  • GEOG 1111 - Multiple Choice *Only offered in Summer
  • GEOG 1112 - Multipel Choice
  • GEOG 1112L - Written
  • GEOG 1113 - Multiple Choice
  • GEOG 1113L - Written
  • GEOG 2202 - Multiple Choice
  • GEOG 2553 - Multiple Choice
  • GEOL 1121 - Multple Choice
  • GEOL 1121L - Written
  • GEOL 1122 - Multiple Choice
  • GEOL 1122L - Written
  • GEOL 1123 - Multiple Choice
  • GEOL 1123L - Written
  • GEOL 2503 - Multiple Choice
  • GEOL 2553 - Multiple Choice *Only offered in Summer
  • PHYS 1111 - Multiple Choice
  • PHYS 1111L - Written
  • PHYS 1112 - Multiple Choice
  • PHYS 1112L - Written
  • PHYS 2211 - Multiple Choice
  • PHYS 2211L - Written
  • PHYS 2212 - Multiple Choice
  • PHYS 2212L - Written
  • XIDS 2202 - Multiple Choice

SLO 1: Apply scientific reasoning and methods, mathematical principles, or appropriate information technologies to explain natural phenomena or situations that arise in the real world.

  • CS 1030 - Multiple Choice
  • CS 1300 - Multiple Choice
  • MATH 1401 - Multiple Choice
  • MATH 1413 - Multiple Choice
  • MATH 1634 - Multiple Choice
  • MATH 2644 - Multiple Choice

SLO 1: Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the political, social, economic, or cultural dimensions of world and American history.

  • HIST 1111 - Written
  • HIST 1112 - Written

SLO 1: Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the political, social, economic, or cultural dimensions of world and American history.

  • HIST 2111 - Written
  • HIST 2112 - Written

SLO 2: Students will demonstrate that they have developed an understanding of the political and legal processes of the U.S. and Georgia, and an understanding of the terminology of political science and U.S. politics adapting written communication to specific purposes and audiences.

  • POLS 1101 - Written & Multiple Choice

SLO 3: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the fundamental concepts of a discipline examining the social world.

  • ANTH 1102 - Multiple Choice
  • ECON 2100 - Multiple Choice
  • ECON 2105 - Multiple Choice
  • ECON 2106 - Multiple Choice
  • GEOG 1013 - Multiple Choice
  • GEOG 2503 - Multiple Choice *Only offered in Summer
  • PHIL 2130 - Written
  • POLS 2201 - Multiple Choice
  • PSYC 1001 - Multiple Choice
  • SOCI 1101 - Multiple Choice
  • SOCI 1160 - Multiple Choice
  • XIDS 2300 - Written
  • XIDS 2301 - Written