Brigham Young University. College of General Studies
The College of General Studies (1972-1979) was an administrative unit at Brigham Young University.
The College of General Studies was established in 1972 in a reorganization of the earlier General College, and was responsible for administering the university's general education program. It also administered a number of instructional units and programs, including minority education and the ROTC. The dean of the college was C. Terry Warner. The college was reorganized in 1979 as Nonmajor Programs.
Citation:BYU Organizational History Project website, via WWW, Apr. 1, 2014 (College of General Studies; est. 1972; previously known as the General College; included departments of Philosophy, Military Science, Aerospace Studies, American Indian Education, General Education, Minority Education, and University Studies; also included career education program, tutoring services, and the Honors Program; reorganized as Nonmajor Programs in 1979; dean: C. Terry Warner)
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Contains meeting minutes, correspondence, lectures, surveys, newspaper clippings, department policies, articles, memos and projects relating to the Curriculum Council and the General Education Program (now the Office of Undergraduate Education) from 1967 to 1979.
Contains meeting and council minutes of various departments.
History of changes in the Department of Provisional Registration, part of the College of General Studies, under following titles: Career Education, and Counseling and Development Center. Mentions classes taught by Provisional Registration such as practical decision making, career exploration, and career skills. Also includes mention of department employees. 24 leaves.
Annual report documenting the history of the Missionary Training Center, lists, graphs, charts, outlines, and statistics.