3. B.1. The general education program is appropriate to the mission, educational offerings and degree levels of the institution.
Miller College defines its general education program in two ways; the first is through the General Education Degree (See College Catalog-General Education Requirements for all programs); the second is the core curriculum which all students take as part of the General Education requirement of programs of study. The mission is reflected in each of these definitions and cites acquisition of oral communication skills. This is part of every course design. Oral communication skills are identified in the course description and in the syllabi distributed and discussed in each class. The WIDS Program is used to develop all courses at Miller College. WIDS serves as a template for faculty to create syllabi, performance assessment tasks (PATS), and teaching plans that integrate core abilities, competencies, learning objectives and activities (See Adjunct Faculty Handbook-WIDS Template (176 KB, PDF)).
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