The General Education (GE) aims to develop students to become servant leaders with three characteristics, i.e. Commitment to Life, Character to serve and Competence to lead. To attain these goals, the GE is designed to be comprised of seven study areas. These study areas are matched against the designated goals as shown in the Table below.
|Study Areas||Commitment to life||Character to serve||Competence to lead|
|1. Life Appreciation||*||*|
|2. Life Education||*||*|
|3. Servant Leadership||*||*||*|
|5. Learning strategy||*|
|6. Technology and society||*|
|7. Holistic Wellness||*||*||*|
The GE courses put emphasis on the character building of students and is based on “CHRIST” values. They also equip students with a set of generic skills which are covered by the Programme Intended Learning Outcomes (PILOs). These generic skills include problem solving, critical thinking, creative thinking, communication, life-long learning and global perspectives.