Integrating Liberal Arts Foundations in the Engineering Undergraduate Experience

“… It’s technology married with liberal arts, married with the humanities, that yields us the results that make our heart sing…”

Steve Jobs

Please Check out the General Education Colloquium!

General Education Colloquium
October 6, 2023
10:00-1:00 including luncheon
Faculty Center
RSVP Required:
Report on the Academic Senate Review of GE
Explanation of GE Track concept
Introduction to Teagle GE course development grants

Presentation on course innovation funding from UCLA Teaching and Learning


General Education Courses

Create coherent tracks of General Education offerings and a Foundations of Inquiry in Science & Technology course that immediately engage UCLA freshmen in both hands-on engineering and a liberal arts perspective on technology and society.

Funding for Development of New GE Courses

Integrating Social Context in the Engineering Curriculum

Infuse current societal Impact and ethics components into current undergraduate engineering courses. Outcomes related to this new content are add to the course assessment to meet ABET Student Outcome Criteria #4.

UCLA Engineering Courses with Integrated Societal Context

Submit Societal Impact/Ethics Content

Courses and Resources for UCLA

Partnership with Community Colleges on Courses

Provide a mechanism for freshman and sophomore community college students to experience both hands-on engineering and a liberal arts perspective on technology and society while they are at the community college.