New General Education Curriculum
The new IDEAs in Action curriculum is designed to develop students’ overarching capacities to prepare them for citizenship, leadership, lifelong learning, and the careers of the future. -Photo by Donn Young
The IDEAs in Action curriculum, endorsed by the UNC-Chapel Hill Faculty Council on April 12, emphasizes the first-year experience, key "focus capacities" and experiential learning.
After a three-year process involving hundreds of faculty, students, staff and other key stakeholders, Carolina will have a new General Education curriculum for undergraduates beginning in fall 2021.
All undergraduates entering Carolina spend their first two years in the College of Arts & Sciences as they complete their General Education requirements – the ideas and capacities every student is required to master regardless of major.
The new IDEAs in Action curriculum – IDEA stands for Identify, Discover, Evaluate and Act – was endorsed by the UNC-Chapel Hill Faculty Council on April 12. It will replace the Making Connections curriculum adopted in 2006.
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Chapel Hill, NC 27599-3504