Liberal Studies Learning Outcomes

  1. Articulate the diversity of human experience by looking at foundational assumptions and by considering race, ethnicity, gender, social class, age, and human identity.
  2. Analyze and construct critical arguments, demonstrating their nature, their structure, and what positions they take in relation to the subject matter.
  3. Integrate diverse disciplinary approaches to human organizations, structures, institutions, and histories into a synthesis of those disciplinary approaches—an interdisciplinary skill set—that gives insight into individual and group endeavors.