Learning Outcomes

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1. Students can demonstrate factual knowledge of the emergence and development of a set of ideas, an artistic form or medium, or a religious, philosophical, or artistic tradition.

2. Students will be able to apply methodological approaches of at least two academic disciplines in the humanities.

3.   Students will demonstrate the ability to perform close analysis of  or assess a given cultural artifact with reference to  standards appropriate to the medium, cultural origin and time period of the work.

4a.   Students can make clear, well organized, and substantive written presentations.

4b. Students can make clear, well organized, and substantive oral presentations.

5.  Students will be able to read and comprehend beginning or intermediate level prose in the foreign language.