College of Behavioral & Social Sciences

Learning Outcomes

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Written Communication: Students can express ideas in concise, coherent and grammatically correct prose.

Oral Communication: Students can deliver effective presentations using appropriate academic discourse and technologies.

Quantitative Reasoning: Students can interpret, analyze, and display quantitative information.

Diversity: Students will demonstrate knowledge of diverse cultural, ethnic, and social groups.

Information Literacy: Students can locate, evaluate and use needed information and sources in an ethical and legal manner.

Critical Thinking: Students can apply theories to real world situations in a reasoned and reflective manner.

Revised 2016