About Core Curriculum
Radford University is committed to the development of mature, responsible, well-educated citizens. In addition to acquiring a diverse body of knowledge, Radford University graduates will possess a love of learning and a range of intellectual skills that enable them to meet the challenges and realize the promise of living in a complex, multicultural and ever-changing world. The Core Curriculum consists of 43 to 45 semester hours in two areas - University Core and College Core. Learn more about the Core Curriculum.
University Core A: Core Foundations
The centerpiece of the University Core is a series of four interdisciplinary courses in Core Foundations. These courses synthesize skills in oral and written communications, technology and information literacy, critical thinking and ethical reasoning. Learn more about Core Foundations.