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Success of CMU's baccalaureate programs requires participation in the Essential Learning curriculum, which at many institutions is identified as General Education. Essential Learning represents a faculty and staff belief that these lower division courses, in which students begin to develop skills in written and oral communication, quantitative literacy, and critical thinking, form an important foundation for all majors.

CMU baccalaureate students explore learning in a variety of fields of knowledge while also focusing their attention on a particular area of interest. This combination produces graduates with an adaptable skill set for both their personal and professional lives. Visit CMU's Academics website for more information about Essential Learning courses and learning outcomes.

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