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General Education

American Indian College subscribes to the idea that a well-educated individual should be broadly educated and gain exposure to a wide range of general knowledge. In addition to curriculum in a student’s major, all students are required to take General Education courses that will expose them to a broad educational spectrum housed within a Christ-centered worldview.

Graduates of American Indian College will be expected to demonstrate the following learning outcomes:

  1. An evangelical and Pentecostal understanding of the origins, structure, history, and teachings of the Bible.
  2. The ability to effectively present persuasive and informative oral presentations in diverse settings using an appropriate style and delivery.
  3. The ability to write coherent sentences, essays, and term papers using correct spelling, grammar, punctuation, syntax, and generally acceptable means of source documentation.
  4. A mastery of basic mathematical concepts including skills and use of numbers and the structure of number systems, theories of mathematical operations, linear equations, polynomials, factoring, exponents, roots and radicals.
  5. An understanding of the fundamental principles of the natural sciences and apply scientific methods of inquiry to investigate the natural world from a Christian-world perspective.
  6. A fundamental, biblically integrated and culturally relevant understanding of human behavior that focuses on major psychological theories, terminology, and psychological development.
  7. A fundamental understanding of the people and events corresponding to a specific time period of American history (pre-Spanish American War, post Spanish American War, or American Indian History).
  8. Progressive skills in the application and diverse use of computer technology.
  9. A mastery of practices and principles contributing to strong learning, life skills, academic socialization, and integration of Biblical values as practiced within the American Indian College community.
  10. Knowledge, participation, and performance of basic physical education and wellness.