Eastern Idaho Technical College
Support diversity and foster appreciation of different perspectives, backgrounds,
Display the skills, attitudes and confidence of a lifelong learner and a participatory
Understand, demonstrate, and value attributes of professionalism.
Seek continuous improvement in service to the college community and responsible
management of grant funds to support the EITC Tutoring Center.
Tables 9 and 10 delineate general education courses required for AAS degrees and Certificate
Table 9 Required General Education Courses
The Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NCCU), EITC’s accrediting
organization, requires that “applied undergraduate degree and certificate programs of at least
thirty (30) semester credits in length contain a recognizable core of related instruction or
general education with identified outcomes in the areas of communication, computation, and
human relations.” Students pursuing AAS degrees must take a total of 15 credits of
transferable general education classes (Idaho State Board of Education), of which nine credits
must be from Table 3.
ENG 101, English
MAT 123, Mathematics
in Modern Society
MAT 253, Introduction
MAT 104, Welding
MAT 105, Business