Many courses in the new GER will be labelled by  attributes. Courses can have more than one attribute, too!

Outcome #1: Build Knowledge

  • E,  A,  D, and  Q  attributes may be applied.
  • Courses in Humanities, Social Sciences, Art, Natural Sciences, and Mathematics, 22 credits.

Outcome #2. Develop intellectual and practical skills across the curriculum.

  • Q  Quantitative Literacy (3 credits)

Outcome #3. Acquire tools for effective civic engagement

  • E Civic Engagement (3 credits)
  • A Alaska and Arctic Issues (3 credits)
  • D Intercultural Competence & Diversity (3 credits)


  • C Communication across the curriculum courses, revising existing W and O requirements.