The General Education Curriculum (GPAC) engages students in active intellectual inquiry by developing analytical skills, communication skills and diverse perspectives. Across a range of disciplines, students acquire enhanced analytic skills in quantitative and scientific reasoning and critical and creative thinking, along with a global and cross-cultural perspective, local/civic engagement and effective communication skills.
All GW students admitted to GW since fall 2011 must adhere to the GPAC Tier One (university general education) and GPAC Tier Two (CCAS) requirements.
Are you a GW faculty member and would like to submit a course for GPAC approval? Visit the GW Assessment website for instructions.