2000 Learning outcomes
Students will demonstrate the ability to:
1: Write and speak effectively.
2: Acquire, process and present quantitative and qualitative information using the most
3: Reason critically, distinguish among forms of argumentation, and derive justified
Students will demonstrate an understanding of:
4: The importance of ethical reflection and moral reasoning.
5: The use of mathematics for problem-solving and decision-making.
6: The scientific method.
7: The interrelationships among science, technology, and society.
8: Artistic expression in multiple forms and contexts.
9: The relationships between physical, mental, and emotional well-being and the quality
of life of the individual, the family and the community.
10: The development of cultures and organizations of human societies throughout the
world and their changing interrelationships with Western Society.
11: The organization of and theories behind legal, governmental, economic, and social
12: Diversity in America in all of its forms.
13: The natural environment and the processes that shape it.
Revised by the Academic Senate March 7, 2007