General Education Director
820 Campus Drive,
Big Rapids, MI 49307
Collaboration: Ferris graduates skillfully and productively work with others.
Communication: Ferris graduates communicate effectively with others in a variety of different settings.
Culture: Ferris graduates interpret and explain cultural works in the context of experiences and histories of their own culture or that of others.
Diversity: Ferris graduates apply an understanding of the consequences of the growing global interdependence of diverse societies in their personal and professional lives.
Natural Sciences: Ferris graduates use empirical evidence to make informed decisions about scientific issues.
Problem Solving: Ferris graduates integrate knowledge from a variety of sources to find creative explanations or solutions to practical issues.
Quantitative Literacy: Ferris graduates interpret and use quantitative data to understand and effectively solve real-life problems.
Self and Society: Ferris graduates actively engage in their society and recognize how they are shaped by the society and place in which they live.