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This information is for faculty. A subset of our lower-division General Studies courses are in the state of Colorado’s Guaranteed Transfer (GT Pathways) program. This guarantees students who may transfer to another public Colorado institution that their course will count in the General Education program at that school. The state subdivides some of our broader General Studies categories, so your course will have a specific GT-Pathways category (e.g. GT-SS3). That category is listed in the course description in the catalog. The list of GT Pathways courses at MSU Denver can be found in the catalog. The state’s full collection of GT Pathways courses can be found on their webpage. While upper level courses are allowed in General Studies, GT Pathways courses should be 1000 or 2000 level courses with the exception of GT-CO3. Please contact Keah Schuenemann with questions. Keah can submit new courses for GT Pathways directly to the state.
Faculty teaching the courses on this list MUST include language in their syllabi or if using Canvas, in the “Course Information” module’s “Overview” section under “Course Learning Objectives or Outcomes.”
The Colorado Commission on Higher Education has approved *** **** for inclusion in the Guaranteed Transfer (GT) Pathways program in the GT-*** category. For transferring students, successful completion with a minimum C‒ grade guarantees transfer and application of credit in this GT Pathways category. For more information on the GT Pathways program, go to https://highered.colorado.gov/guaranteed-transfer-gt-pathways-general-education-curriculum-0.
Faculty– Please fill in the ***s with appropriate information and note that the link changed in summer 2021.
Choice #1: A mapping of your course Specific Behavioral Learning Outcomes (SBLO) to the state’s content criteria and competencies. Please ask your department if this exists on file and double check that any SBLO changes that took place during re-designation have been accounted for. (See example below)
Choice #2. A raw list of the state’s content criteria and competencies using their numbering system. (See links to Word documents below.)
Here is the required language:
GT-CO1 and CO2, please see department, these courses are all mapped (choice 1)
Updated June 29, 2021
Email the Director of General Studies Dr. Keah Schuenemann: [email protected]
2nd Floor – #2018
Metropolitan State University of Denver
General Studies Program
Campus Box 22
P.O. Box 173362
Denver, CO 80217-3362