Summary of All-College Requirements
To meet the Luther goals for student learning, all graduates will:
- Find common ground in their learning in this place.
- Explore fields of inquiry, one in depth and others across the liberal arts.
- Seek an integrative understanding of their studies and the relationship of those studies to the larger world.
- Develop the perspectives and skills they need as students and in their lives as citizens and professionals equipped for distinguished service.
- Paideia 111 and 112
- Religion (two courses)
- Language (one to two courses typical)
- Wellness (two one-credit courses: PE 100 and 110)
Fields of Inquiry
- Inquiry in Depth (an eight-to-10-course major typical, some larger)
- Inquiry across the Liberal Arts (six courses, some of which may be satisfied within the major)
- Paideia 450 (ordinarily one course)
- Senior Project (up to one full-course equivalent)
Perspectives and Skills
- Intercultural (one course, often satisfied within other requirements)
- Historical (one course, often satisfied within other requirements)
- Quantitative (one course, sometimes satisfied within other requirements)
- Ethical (satisfied within the major and Paideia 450)
- Writing (satisfied within Paideia 111/112, the major, and Paideia 450)
- Speaking and Public Presentation (satisfied within the first-year January seminar, the major, and the senior project)
- Research (satisfied within Paideia 111/112, the major, and senior project)