- First Year Seminar
- Global & Historical Studies
- Analytic Reasoning
- The Natural World
- Perspectives in the Creative Arts
- Physical Well Being
- The Social World
- Texts & Ideas
- Speaking Across the Curriculum
- Writing Across the Curriculum
- Social Justice and Diversity
- Butler Cultural Requirement
- Indianapolis Community Requirement
- Directors & Coordinators
- CORE Faculty FAQ
Speaking Across the Curriculum
Students must take one course at or above the 300-level in any part of the University that provides opportunities for formal oral communications assignments.
- To develop oral communication skills in the context of course- and discipline-specific materials.
- To use oral communications assignments to aid students in mastery of course- and discipline-specific content.
Learning Outcome used for Assessment
- Students will develop oral communication skills in the context of course- and discipline-specific materials.
Corresponding University Outcomes
- Students will articulate and apply required content knowledge within their area(s) of study (Cognitive—“know”)
- Students will communicate clearly and effectively (Psychomotor—“do”).
Exemptions: The Speaking across the Curriculum Requirement is suspended for students matriculating between Fall 2010 and Spring 2012.