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 University Outcomes for Student Learning and Development 




Communicate effectively in speech and in writing, using appropriate information sources, presentation formats, and technologies.

Critical Thinking and Problem Solving

Locate, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information and ideas from multiple perspectives—mathematical, scientific, and humanistic. Apply this information literacy to contemporary challenges.

Values and Ethics

Demonstrate an understanding of how the values of personal integrity, cooperative action, and respect for diversity influence one’s own behavior and the individual and group behavior of others.

Social Awareness and Civic Responsibility

Use knowledge of evolving human institutions and of diverse cultural and historical perspectives to interact effectively in a variety of social and political contexts.

Global Interdependence

Act with an understanding of the cultural, socio-economic, and biological interdependence of planetary life.

Personal Development

Demonstrate intellectual curiosity, as well as a commitment to wellness, and to emotional and spiritual growth.

Aesthetic Perception and Ability

Appreciate artistic expression and demonstrate an understanding of the creative process, finding vital and original ways to express feelings and insights in one’s work.

Professional Proficiency

Apply knowledge and skills to meet professional competencies within a specific discipline.