GCP Alignments

AU-ABC logoGlobal Citizenship Program Alignments

The Webster University Global Citizenship Program (GCP) requires the completion of the following:

  1. FRSH 1200 First Year Seminar
  2. Course Requirements:  24 credit hours distributed through required knowledge areas as indicated below
    1. 6 credit hours from courses with two different prefixes designated 'Roots of Culture'
    2. 6 credit hours from courses with two different prefixes designated 'Social Systems and Human Behavior'
    3. 3 credit hours from courses designated 'Physical and Natural World'
    4. 3 credit hours from courses designated 'Global Understanding'
    5. 3 credit hours from courses designated 'Arts Appreciation'
    6. 3 credit hours from courses designated 'Quantitative Literacy'
  3. Skills Requirements. All students must complete three credit hours in courses coded for each of the following skills
    1. Written Communication
    2. Oral Communication
    3. Critical Thinking
    4. Intercultural Competence
    5. Ethical Reasoning
    • Note: All courses in the GCP Program are coded as both a knowledge area and a skills requirement
  4. Global Citizenship Program Keystone Seminar

Students entering through the CCAF AAS transfer agreement will receive the following GCP substitutions:

  • The Leadership, Management, and Military studies requirement substitutes for the First Year Seminar
  • The CCAF Oral Communications requirement will fill the Oral Communications Skill Area
  • The CCAF Written Communications requirement will fill the Written Communications Skill Area
  • The CCAF Math requirement will fulfill the Quantitative Literacy Knowledge Area
  • The CCAF Humanities requirement will fulfill 3 of the 6 hours required for the Roots of Cultures Knowledge Area
  • The additional Leadership, Management, and Military Studies hours and the Social Sciences requirement will fulfill all 6 hours of the Social Systems and Human Behavior Knowledge Area
  • The Technical Core/Major will fulfill the Physical and Natural World requirement.

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