Student Learning Outcomes

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Interdisciplinarity: Students will demonstrate appropriate interdisciplinary perspectives, research approaches, and theories across the liberal arts and sciences.

Communication Skills: Students will demonstrate communication skills in order to articulate complex issues.

Intellectual Independence: Students will demonstrate intellectual independence and the ability to articulate arguments that critically analyze information from a variety of sources and perspectives.

Advanced Critical Thinking: Students will demonstrate advanced critical thinking skills at levels required for effective performance in professional and other social and cultural contexts.

Global Citizenship: Students will demonstrate an understanding of the ethical and moral obligations of an informed and engaged citizen.

Research Skills: Students will demonstrate expertise and research skills in the their major area of emphasis, particularly through the completion of an Honors Senior Project.

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