Coppin State University
Coppin State says that their general education program "helps students to develop the skills necessary for advanced study and for lifelong learning: to obtain some understanding of themselves, of others, and of our social and physical environment; to acquire the ability to think analytically, critically, and creatively and to use the scientific method in problem solving; to develop the capability to integrate their learning with past and present experiences, and to strengthen their potential for contributing to society." [Source]
- Undergraduate Enrollment:2,507
- 4-Year Graduation Rate:6%
- Tuition & Fees (In State):$7,438 annually
- Tuition & Fees (Out of State):$13,188 annually
General Education Requirements
One-half credit given for both Literature and U.S. Government or History because literature and U.S. government or history are folded into the "African American heritage" segment of the "Arts and Humanities" requirement; thus, students may choose or the other.
3. Foreign LanguageNO
No credit given for Foreign Language because the requirement only applies to select degree programs.
4. U.S. Government or HistoryPARTIAL
One-half credit given for both U.S. Government or History and Literature because U.S. government or history and literature are folded into the "African American heritage" segment of the "Arts and Humanities" requirement; thus, students may choose or the other.
No credit given for Economics because a course in economics is an option, but not required, to fulfill the "Social and Behavioral Sciences" requirement.
General Education Assessment
Coppin State University uses one or more of the following instruments to assess undergraduate progress in core collegiate skills: the Council on Aid to Education Collegiate Learning Assessment (CLA), the Educational Testing Service Proficiency Profile, or the ACT Collegiate Assessment of Academic Proficiency (CAAP). For more information, visit www.voluntarysystem.org.
Curriculum last evaluated: 05/31/2018