College of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Learning Outcomes

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1. Written communication
Legal Studies students will demonstrate the ability to develop and convey ideas in writing for informational, persuasive, and expressive purposes. 

2. Oral communication
Legal Studies students will demonstrate the ability to communicate by means of spoken language for informational, persuasive, and expressive purposes.

3. Quantitative reasoning
Legal Studies students will demonstrate the ability to interpret, analyze, and communicate quantitative information.

4. Information Literacy
Legal Studies students will demonstrate the ability to recognize when and what information is needed to locate, evaluate, and ethically use the needed information from government and private sources to accomplish a specific purpose.

5. Critical thinking
Legal Studies students will demonstrate the ability to apply critical thinking skills in the reading and interpretation of professional and scholarly materials.