SUNY emphasizes holistic and multi-dimensional education for undergraduate students. Its curriculum requires students to take various courses from other major areas to earn a Bachelor’s or AAS degree. SUNY Korea established the Faculty of Sciences and Humanities (FSH) to offer various required or elective courses that do not belong to the eight academic departments.
FSH Program Overview
General Education (Gen Ed)
General education courses provide breadth of knowledge within a balanced liberal arts framework. General education requirements help students to place the more specialized parts of their undergraduate study, their major and pre-professional training in a cultural and historical context. They also develop the intellectual skills necessary to enhance learning during the university years and later. In this complex world, distant places and history affect all human life. The knowledge of the variety, richness, and interdependence of the human experience that students gain during their undergraduate years will enrich their future professional and personal lives. The person with a broad education in the arts and sciences and with well-developed communication and quantitative skills is most likely to flourish in changing times.