Undergraduate Learning Goals
To accomplish the mission, the University faculty has established the following Undergraduate Learning Goals:
I. Demonstrate Core Abilities
A. Demonstrate ability to acquire and assess information.
B. Demonstrate research skills (both quantitative and qualitative).
C. Develop ability to think critically.
D. Develop ability to think creatively.
E. Develop communication skills.
II. Foundational Knowledge and Integration
A. Acquire knowledge in humanities, arts and sciences.
B. Demonstrate the use of concepts and methods in humanities, arts, and sciences.
C. Develop the ability to view the world from multiple disciplinary perspectives.
D. Integrate knowledge and techniques across multiple disciplines.
III. Preparation for Fulfilling Lives
A. Acquire the tools for self-development in order to assess and improve physical, social, emotional, intellectual, and spiritual growth and wellness.
B. Find and cultivate intellectual pursuits.
C. Find and cultivate pursuits for personal enrichment.
IV. Preparation for Meaningful Work
A. Acquire discipline specific knowledge and skills needed at a professional level.
B. Demonstrate use of discipline specific knowledge and skills.
C. Integrate discipline specific knowledge and abilities with multiple disciplinary perspectives.
D. Develop ability to collaborate with others to solve problems.
V. Preparation for Responsible Citizenship
A. Develop knowledge and appreciation of the individual's culture and other cultures in a global context.
B. Understand and employ ethics within diverse cultural, social, professional, environmental and personal settings.
C. Demonstrate civic engagement by active involvement in and beyond the classroom.