Additional General Education Courses for TAP Pathway Students
The Creativity and Global Knowledge general education categories provide a means for Connecticut Community College students to fulfill additional general education requirements beyond the 30 credits already agreed upon in the common package in TAP degree programs.
These categories apply ONLY to students who enroll in and complete a TAP/Transfer Ticket degree at a Connecticut Community College and transfer to a CSU or COSC. Each CSU and COSC may develop separate policies regarding the acceptance of these credits for transfer students who do not complete a TAP/Transfer Ticket degree or who never enrolled in a TAP/Transfer Ticket degree.
- Creativity fulfills requirements for CCSU’s Arts & Humanities, ECSU’s Creative Expressions, SCSU’s Creative Drive, and WCSU’s General Education Elective.
- Global Knowledge fulfills requirements for CCSU’s Social Sciences, ECSUs Individuals and Societies, SCSU’s Global Awareness, WCSU’s General Education Elective, and COSC’s Global Understanding.
The courses vetted by each Community College for Creativity and Global Knowledge will be accepted at the four CSUs and COSC (Global Knowledge) as fulfilling the additional general education requirements specified above.
The vetted courses do not need to have equivalents at the receiving CSU or COSC.
Students will demonstrate mastery of the Creativity general education core competency by being able to:
- Convey ideas and express aesthetic values with hands-on, creative activities.
- Demonstrate an understanding of practice in a specific medium or genre.
- Present creative projects to an audience.
- Creative Writing courses are excluded.
2017-18 Course List
The following Middlesex Community College courses are designated as fulfilling the Creativity general education core competency. (For full course descriptions, hover over the underlined Numbers below)
|ART*101||Art History I|
|ART*102||Art History II|
|ART*165||Metal and Jewelry Design I|
|ART*166||Metal and Jewelry Design II|
|ART*253||Oil Painting I|
|ART*254||Oil Painting II|
|ART*280||Advanced Digital Photography|
|COM*125||New Media Production|
|COM*129||Digital Video Production|
|COM*154||Film Study & Appreciation|
|COM*179||Performance for Film and Television|
|COM*220||Television Studio Production|
|COM*264||Advanced Editing Workshop|
|COM*287||Advanced Media Production|
|COM*294||Media Arts Workshop|
|DGA*101||Introduction to Digital Arts|
|DGA*120||Digital Imaging I|
|DGA*125||New Media Production|
|DGA*182||Digital Video Technology|
|DGA*231||Digital Page Design I|
|DGA*241||Internet Web Design I|
|DGA*242||Internet Web Design II|
|DGA*250||Interactive Multimedia Production|
|DGA*256||3D Animation Foundations|
|DGA*257||Motion Graphics and Effects|
|GRA*150||Introduction to Graphic Design|
|GRA*251||Advanced Graphic Design|
|GRA*296||Graphic Design Internship|
|MUS*152||Drumming and Percussion Ensemble|
|MUS*219||Electronic Music Composition/Audio Technology II|
|MUS*237||Principles of Sound Recording|
|MUS*238||Audio Mixing and Processing|
|THR*101||Introduction to Theatre|
|THR*113||Performance for Film and Television|
|THR*121||Plays in Production I|