CUE Requirement

The Cultural Understanding and Engagement (CUE) requirement helps prepare students for a rapidly changing and increasingly culturally complex world.  

Courses with the CUE designation are required to be 3 or more credits and to substantively address:  

  • Understanding patterns and histories of inequity;
  • Understanding one or more cultures and the dynamics of cultural, racial, ethnic, and gender differences
  • Preparing students for vocations with cultivation of diverse workplaces, conflict resolution, peacemaking, and community development; or
  • Articulating reconciliation as participation in God’s reconciling work in the work.

Students are required to complete one CUE-designated course and many will be able to fulfill the CUE requirement as a part of their major’s requirements. 

Courses that fulfill the CUE requirement

Graduation checklist

The 2017–18 graduation requirements checklists

Refer to your checklist to ensure that you’re taking the required courses and credits you need to earn your degree in a timely manner.