I agree. It does indeed show you know how to think. I also hold rabbinic ordination and when I graduated from rabbinical school, we were joking that for the first time we really understood how to ask a question about Jewish law. Oh and I think GE stands for General Education (i.e. core curriculum subjects). I've never seen that acronym used either. . .
Of course the irony is that in my current line of work, even though I have around 10 years of higher education behind me (six years of rabbinical school and four years of college), I don't use either degree. However, I do admit that I learned quite a bit from both schools and that it helps me as a writer. Though I imagine I could have simply read books and gotten the same thing without the need for expensive college courses.