About this course
Communication Skills: Students will demonstrate oral and written skills that will enable them to communicate effectively in academic and business settings.
Critical Analysis and Reasoning Skills: Students will demonstrate the ability to make informed, logical choices about issues brought forth from readings and discussions about history, literature, science, religion, social diversity, politics, and the environment.
Scientific Literacy and Quantitative Reasoning Skills: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the scientific method of inquiry and show an ability to engage in numerical analysis.
Information Management Skills: Students will demonstrate the ability to use a variety of print and electronic sources for research, communication, and practical application, and to effectively collect, organize, and synthesize this information to display meaningful results
Submit official high school and college transcripts (if applicable). If you hold a GED, please have the issuing state send official GED scores directly to the Office of Admissions at Garrett College. There is no fee to apply for admission to Garrett College. ACT and SAT scores, if available, also should be sent to the College but are not required for admission.