General Education (GED) Program

General Education is the first part of a degree, before you get into the Area of Study courses (the main classes that define your degree) or top off the degree with Free Electives. Basically, General Education (or Gen Ed for short) is required curriculum that makes up the foundation of an undergraduate degree.


  •  Mathematical Reasoning
    • Basics Maths
    • Geometry
    • Basic Algebra
    • Graphs & Functions
  •  Reasoning through Language Arts
    • Reading for Meaning
    • Identifying and Creating Arguments
    • Grammar and Language
  • Social Studies
    • Reading for Meaning in Social Science
    • Analysing Historical Events and Arguments in Social Studies
    • Using Numbers and Graphs in Social Studies
  •  Science
    • Reading for Meaning in Science
    • Designing and Interpreting Science Experiments
    • Using Numbers and Graphics in Science
  • Professional Communication Skills
    • Academic English & Documentation
    • Critical Thinking

Cluster discounts available upon introducing 5 students (including yourself) to the organization.