Feb 04, 2023  
2022-23 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2022-23 Undergraduate Bulletin

Core Curriculum


Mission

The core curriculum at Stephen F. Austin State University seeks to equip students with the broad intellectual foundations needed to live satisfying lives, to ready themselves for advanced study, to contribute significantly to society and to succeed in a diverse global community. In the service of these objectives, the mission of the core curriculum is to develop students’ abilities to think in disciplined, critical, quantitative and creative ways, and to communicate effectively.


University Core Curriculum Requirements*


On September 29, 2020, the Coordinating Board approved at the staff level the submission from Stephen F. Austin State University in regards to revisions of the Texas Core Curriculum. Changes will be effective beginning in the fall 2020 semester. 

A. Communication - 010


B. Mathematics - 020


C. Life and Physical Science - 030


D. Language, Philosophy and Culture - 040


E. Creative Arts - 050


F. American History - 060


G. Government/Political Science - 070


Six hours from:


H. Social and Behavioral Science - 080


I. Component Area Option - 090


Note:


Co-requisite lab hours not listed herein will be applied elsewhere within the degree.

New Courses


The following courses were added:

 

Note:

* Specific degree programs may direct core curriculum choices due to accreditation requirements or other considerations. Please see core requirements for specific degree programs.

** Lab hours are counted elsewhere in the individual programs.