Interdisciplinary Studies Program Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies, a degree recipient will be able to:
- Read, analyze and interpret effectively varied sources of information, such as scientific data and research conclusions; literary, philosophical, historical, visual, and theoretical texts; and social, cultural, and political findings;
- Write with clarity, organization, and precision in a variety of modes (argument, analysis, synthesis);
- Speak publicly in formal and informal settings, presenting information that is well-organized, accurate, and instructive;
- Exhibit computer and information literacy, including the skills to research with discrimination diverse topics using both the traditional library and other resources;
- Integrate information from a range of disciplines into complex problem-solving techniques that are transferable from one context to another;
- Demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of both the diversity and the multicultural heritage of our society and community.