Program Learner Outcomes

1 - Apply effective communication skills in reading, writing, speaking and listening.
2 - Demonstrate critical thinking, logical reasoning, information literacy and abstract inquiry.
3 - Analyze and synthesize diverse perspectives and experiences, including the ability to understand the world as a multicultural and multilingual society.
4 - Exhibit self-awareness and an understanding of human interaction and implication of participation in a global society.
5 - Employ quantitative literacy and processes for scientific inquiry in the natural world.
6 - Identify and express literary and philosophical concepts.
7 - Apply ethical perspectives actively in the world.
8 - Demonstrate critical understanding and recognition of value in the fine and performing arts.
9 - Model engaged citizenship in response to local and global issues.
10 - Critically examine historical perspectives and apply this understanding in contemporary society.
11 - Generate information using appropriate media and technology tools.
12 - Examine and apply the interconnected dimensions of wellness.