Intellectual Breadth and Lifelong Learning
- To transfer knowledge and skills gained from general and specialized studies to new settings and complex problems.
Inquiry and Critical Thinking
- To be able to use quanitative and qualitative methods to analyze problems.
- To be able to recognize the complexity of problems and identify different perspectives from which problems may be viewed.
- To be able to identify, analyze and evaluate reasoning and construct and defend arguments, both oral and written in nature.
- To be able to effectively use the common genres and conventions for writing within a discipline.
- To be able to prepare and deliver effective oral presentations.
- To be able to collaborate effectively to share information, solve problems, and complete tasks.
Global/Multicultural Knowledge and Awareness
- To be able to respond to diverse perspectives linked to identity, both in American and international contexts.
- To be able to function effectively in diverse groups.
Citizenship and Ethics
- To be able to acquire knowledge about political, economic and social institutions.
- To be able to identify the rights and obligations of citizens.
- To be able to apply ethical concepts and theories to specific dilemmas in their personal and professional lives.