Graduation Requirements

Proficiencies and experiences give students the skills they need to succeed in the workplace and the tools they need to work with increasingly diverse colleagues and audiences.

community

Community Engagement

Students will demonstrate the combination of knowledge, skills, values, and motivation necessary to contribute to the civic life of communities.

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ethics

Civics and Individual Ethics

Students will demonstrate an ability to engage in ethical reasoning about civic and individual life.

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Global

Global Perspectives

Students will demonstrate an informed perspective on the challenges contemporary societies face in the broader global context.

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HD

Human Diversity

Students will demonstrate an understanding of human diversity and the systems of structural inequality that shape human experiences and behaviors.

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Oral Communication

Oral Communication

Students will demonstrate an ability to engage in clear and concise live communication.

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Quantitative Applications

Students will demonstrate an ability to interpret mathematical models in the form of formulas, graphs, and/or tables and draw inferences from them in a specified domain.

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writing

Writing

Students will demonstrate university-level writing proficiencies appropriate to their coursework.

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writing major

Writing in the Major

Students will demonstrate university-level writing and critical reasoning proficiencies in the discipline of their undergraduate majors.

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