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Students must meet Central Missouri's core general education requirements (see the appropriate catalog) to receive an undergraduate degree. To meet these requirements, students must satisfactorily complete a total of 48 credit hours in four academic divisions (Intellectual Skills, Core, Personal Interaction, and Integrative Studies).
These courses give students the resources they need to think independently, communicate effectively, listen attentively, use mathematical reasoning, and apply logic and computational abilities. Students must also be able to use these skills to develop "imaginative, yet disciplined, solutions to complex problems."
For a complete listing of all requirements and how individual major requirements may affect your course selections, please review the relevant section in the undergraduate catalog.