• Demonstrate effective written communication with clarity, coherence and purpose.
  • Demonstrate effective oral communication using structured rhetoric, active listening, articulate speaking and non-verbal communication.

Critical Thinking

  • Apply problem-solving strategies using appropriate disciplinary or cross-disciplinary logical and empirical methods to solve complex, real-world problems.

Quantitative & Information Literacy

  • Analyze, interpret and apply quantitative evidence to make inferences
  • Locate, evaluate, interpret and use information from a variety of sources


  • Demonstrate awareness of how the diverse range of human differences influences the historical and current formation of artistic, economic, social, scientific, cultural or political institutions


  • Demonstrate skills that support positive and fulfilling interpersonal relationships.
  • Demonstrate effective intrapersonal communication skills through self-reflection and choices that reflect personal and professional responsibility.

Updated Fall 2023