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General Education Learning Outcomes

  • Students will demonstrate the effective command of written communication by presenting a clear idea or central position with relevant supporting information, developing focused, unified paragraphs including an introduction and conclusion, and using appropriate language and tone. (C)
  • Students will demonstrate effective command of oral communication by presenting a clear topic or central position with relevant supporting information, transitioning from idea to idea, and using appropriate language and tone. (C)
  • Students will apply information literacy skills in order to determine needed information, identify credible sources, evaluate sources critically, and use information both effectively and ethically. (IL)
  • Students will apply methods of critical thinking to investigate scientific or societal issues and engage in informed, rational decision-making. (CT)
  • Students will apply methods of critical thinking to investigate real-world problems in order to develop informed solutions. (CT)
  • Students will apply quantitative literacy skills to interpret and analyze scientific data, observations, and measurements to draw conclusions and communicate results. (QR)
  • Students will apply quantitative literacy skills to real-world problems by using arithmetic, geometric, or statistical methods, interpreting mathematical models, and representing mathematical information symbolically, visually, numerically, or verbally. (QR)
  • Students will compare and contrast various cultural or historical perspectives by illustrating the behavioral, ethical, musical, or visual aspects of it in order to understand the complexities of a diverse global society. (HCU)
  • Students will compare and contrast individual or societal behaviors, major beliefs, experiences, events, ideas, or values that have shaped human history, culture, or societies in order to understand the diverse global society. (HCU)
  • Students will identify, discuss, and reflect upon the ethical dimensions of political, social, and personal life and understand how they can exercise responsible and productive citizenship. (ECR)
  • Students will describe ethical issues that have shaped human history or cultures, or are present in today’s society by identifying their own core values in relation to the issues, differentiating the cultural or historical perspectives and context in an informed manner, and displaying a clear understanding of societal or civic responsibilities that are impacted. (ECR)