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Outcomes

Proficiency/Objective General Education Statement Institutional Level Student Learning Outcomes Students will…)
Global Awareness They will be well-informed, globally aware, engaged world citizens. Be able to apply knowledge gained in their disciplinary studies to global contexts.
Communication Use reading, writing, listening and speaking to find, interpret, and communicate information in various modes, including aesthetic, statistical, symbolic, and graphic. Read, listen, and observe carefully in order to acquire and comprehend information and ideas communicated to them, and organizing them in an easily retrievable form.

Interpret the information and ideas and communicate them effectively. They will speak and write clearly and coherently according to accepted standards.
Reasoning and Analysis Use abstract reasoning, including the ability to analyze, interpret, evaluate, and integrate information; apply the results; and formulate and solve problems. Identify and explain the components of a theory, argument, position, genre, or style that they are studying.

Evaluate the content and context of the work that they are studying and use the results in order to solve a problem or complete a task.
Mathematical Methods Use mathematical methods to solve problems. Demonstrate mastery of basic mathematical concepts involving arithmetic, algebra, and plane geometry.

Use mathematical concepts to formalize problems in a variety of academic disciplines and in real life.

Use logical reasoning and mathematical techniques (including computational, graphical, and statistical methods) in order to analyze and solve these problems.
Scientific Method Use the scientific method to understand the natural and physical worlds. Demonstrate their ability to ask a question, use logic to formulate a hypothesis to be tested from the question, set up an experiment/observation to test the hypothesis, analyze the results, synthesize a conclusion in the appropriate discipline or be able to interpret the reports of an experiment/observation. 
Personal Growth and Professional Development Use continued self-development to examine personal values and civic responsibilities. Navigate college and career requirements with academic, personal, and professional integrity and accountability. Develop knowledge, abilities and personal ethics to fulfill academic and professional standards and goals needed to transfer to four-year programs or obtain employment.

Define their own values and beliefs while developing an understanding and respect for the values and beliefs of others in order to live as contributing members of society.

Take an active role in their own success: know what college resources are available, determine which resources they need, know how to access those resources and get the help they need to realize their own goals and complete the program of their choice.
Information Literacy Use information technology to support professional and academic careers. Be able to identify and access the information in relevant media needed to solve a problem or complete a task, evaluate its credibility, and use it to solve the problem/complete the task in a manner consistent with the standards of the appropriate discipline or profession.

Be able to use the appropriate technology and other resources to meet institutional, academic, and professional requirements.
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