The General Education Quantitative Reasoning (QR) requirement is designed to help students develop “the capacity to understand and explain the world in quantitative terms; ...
In February 2021, Brigham Young University released a report conducted by the Committee on Race, Equity and Belonging (CoREB).
Undergraduate Education at Brigham Young University is pleased to award the 2020 General Education Professorship to Larry J. Nelson, a professor in the School of Family Life. Granting this award is one way to honor Nelson’s love and passion for teaching and acknowledge the difference he makes in the lives of his students.
To broaden students' knowledge and understanding of the world, Brigham Young University’s General Education program offers students 486 courses to choose from.