Principle 1 |
Definition |
Foundations for Effective Learning and Communication |
Fluency in reading, writing, and oral communication; mastery of the basic principles of logical, mathematical, and scientific reasoning; and literacy in information resources and learning technologies. |
Principle 1 domain |
Foundation course |
Advanced coursework |
1. Reading/writing |
W131 Elementary Composition I |
At least two Intensive Writing courses |
2. Oral Communication |
S121 Public Speaking |
At least one Advanced Oral Communication course |
3. Logical Reasoning |
W131 Elementary Composition I, |
Advanced requirements in logical reasoning will be satisfied through completion of advanced course in domains 1,2,4 and 5 |
4. Mathematical Reasoning |
One course among the following: |
At least one Advanced Mathematical Reasoning course (e.g. K200, E270, K300, M216 and higher math courses, etc.) |
5. Scientific Reasoning |
Natural science course with lab |
At least one Advanced Scientific Reasoning course |
6. Information Literacy |
W131 Elementary Composition I |
At least one Information Literacy course |
7. Learning Technologies Literacy |
W131 Elementary Composition I , |
At least one Learning Technologies course |
IU Northwest students will:
IU Northwest students will:
IU Northwest students will:
IU Northwest students will: