*For students entering Bradley University on or after Fall 2016. Students entering Bradley University before Fall 2016 should refer to the General Education requirements articulated in their Undergraduate Catalog year.

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FAQs

What do all the Bradley Core Curriculum acronyms stand for?

Why did Bradley revise its General Education program?

What is new in the Bradley Core Curriculum that was not in the General Education program?

When does the Bradley Core Curriculum take effect?

When will the General Education program be discontinued?

Will current students be under the General Education program or the Bradley Core Curriculum?

Are courses that are approved for the General Education program automatically approved for the Bradley Core Curriculum?

How many credit hours does a course need to be to be eligible for inclusion in the Bradley Core Curriculum?

Are major or minor courses eligible for inclusion in the Bradley Core Curriculum?

How do I submit a course for approval?

When is the deadline for submitting a course for the Bradley Core Curriculum?

What is the difference between Areas of Inquiry and Core Practices?

Can a course qualify for more than one Area of Inquiry or Core Practice?

Can a course qualify for both Area of Inquiry and a Core Practices tags?

Where can I find a description of the Bradley Core Curriculum requirements?

Can coursework from other institutions qualify for Bradley Core Curriculum credit?

Can Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB) and College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) examinations qualify for Bradley Core Curriculum credit?

Where can I find information regarding Bradley Core Curriculum policies?

Do all sections of a course need to hold the same Area of Inquiry tags?

Do all sections of a course need to hold same Core Practices tags?