The Core Curriculum
Huntingdon's liberal arts core curriculum provides a breadth of course work to instill in each student an appreciation of and a thirst for knowledge in many areas. Of special emphasis are fundamental skills in critical thinking, writing, reading, and speaking—skills that are necessary for personal and professional success and that contribute to leading a rich and fulfilling life. The core is chosen by the faculty to encompass what is considered essential for a well-rounded liberal arts education. The specific core courses required of each student are outlined in the College Catalog for the academic year in which the student enters the College. Entering students receive a College Catalog and that catalog should be kept in a safe place for reference during all four years of enrollment. The core curriculum in place at the time you enter the College is the plan you will follow, even if changes occur to the curriculum after you enroll.
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