Apply fundamental knowledge, skills and values to explore the uniquely human ways
we experience the world.
AHI-1 Explain how various forms of written, oral, musical, and/or visual expression contribute
to human knowledge and experience. AHI-2 Utilize knowledge of various theoretical frameworks to analyze and respond to works
in humanities and/or in the arts. AHI-3 Demonstrate growth in creative expression.
Analyze, evaluate, and synthesize ideas within and across disciplines to address complex
questions and problems.
CAR-1 Identify problems and ask relevant questions. CAR-2 Interpret information to investigate arguments, claims, and beliefs. CAR-3 Support a position (perspective/thesis/hypothesis). CAR-4 Identify and weigh alternative outcomes to a problem or case. CAR-5 Summarize, generalize and draw conclusions.
Access and integrate sources into written, oral, and/or visual media.
IL-1 Identify and access sources of information that are credible, relevant to a stated
purpose, and appropriate within a discipline. IL-2 Synthesize source material to support a specific point. IL-3 Use an appropriate documentation style consistently and correctly to credit source
Explore and develop understanding of oneself and others, the community, other cultures,
and issues of local, national, and global significance.
PCR-1 (Personal Awareness): Describe their own civic and cultural background, including
its origins and development, assumptions, and predispositions. PCR-2 (Cultural Awareness): Describe how cultural perspectives affect interpretations of
an issue/topic in politics, society, the arts and/ or global relations. PCR-3 (Civic Awareness and Community Involvement): Participate in a community project and
then complete either a spoken or written reflection that identifies the civic issues
encountered and personal insights gained from this community experience.
Apply fundamental scientific and/or mathematical concepts to investigate, evaluate
and/or to solve problems.
SQR-1 Identify problems and formulate questions and hypotheses. SQR-2 Collect, summarize, and interpret data. SQR-3 Apply models and methods to draw valid conclusions, identify logical relationships,
and/or to solve problems. SQR-4 Use basic mathematical skills to solve application and/or real-world problems.
Use the appropriate discipline-specific technologies to complete tasks effectively.
TC-1 Demonstrate effective use of a specific technology to achieve a desired task outcome.
Use writing and speaking skills to communicate effectively.
WOC-1 Develop and articulate ideas coherently and cogently for a specific audience, purpose,
and situation. WOC-2 Use standard English and conventions of usage appropriate to a discipline to produce
error-free and precise communications. WOC-3 Present ideas effectively through the use of delivery aids and techniques, such as
of voice, eye contact,
gestures, and posture.
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