Educating Productive Involved Citizens (EPIC), Lyon College’s Core program, is a defining feature of its liberal arts curriculum. EPIC aims to develop and nurture the intellectual, institutional, and societal foundations of a constitutional democracy and develop in students the integrity and fundamental skills essential for lifelong achievement and success. It aims to help students learn, discover, reflect, and live with an expanding awareness of their responsibility to the community, the world, and themselves.
Through Lyon's Core curriculum, students will develop an understanding of the intellectual and practical skills essential for engaged citizenship, the historical and cultural heritages that have shaped modern society, the differences within communities and regions around the world, and the personal responsibilities necessary for engaged citizenship.
COR 400 YEAR FOUR
A senior “bookend” to COR 100 in which students design and conduct an international service project.
Students will take additional courses during the four years to strengthen their understanding of quantitative and scientific thought, human and institutional behavior, different cultures, and religious and philosophical thought.
Courses include the following:
One year of a foreign language
One mathematics course
One lab science course
One social science course
One fine arts course
One religion/philosophy course
Two PE courses
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