Program Learning Outcomes

Before being awarded a degree, all baccalaureate-seeking students are expected to demonstrate an appropriate level of competence in the following areas:

  1. Cultural Inquiry. The ability to critically engage with multiple cultures or civilizations, including their literature, philosophy, and art, and understand how their legacy has shaped our world today.
  2. Communication Skills. The ability to engage diverse audiences with appropriate oral, written, and visual modes of communication and rhetorical strategies.
  3. Information and Technology Literacy. The ability to identify, evaluate, and utilize information from a variety of sources in support of lifelong learning.
  4. Analytical Discernment. The ability to evaluate arguments and solve problems using multiple methods of reasoning.
  5. Ethical and Engaged Citizenship. The ability to appreciate and discuss principles of ethics and morality and apply these for personal improvement and responsible civic engagement.
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