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The General Education Program provides the knowledge and skills that prepares students for the different disciplines and analytical approaches in their education at Haskell. This includes the ability to write clearly, to read critically, to speak effectively, to use mathematics competently, to think critically and creatively, and to understand abstract concepts. As an intertribal University, Haskell's curriculum believes American Indian and Alaska Native history, culture and philosophy, art, music, literature, and contemporary tribal issues are necessary to understand and tell "the story of the people." The purpose of the Haskell curriculum is to enable students to pursue their professional goals with consideration to American Indian and Alaska Native worldviews, philosophies, cultures and contemporary experiences.