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Students will be able to:
Use independent learning skills and strategies to organize, initiate, and document prior, current, and future college-level learning.
Design learning strategies to attain goals for personal and educational development.
Reflect on the learning process and methods used in an experiential project.
Articulate the personal and social value of lifelong learning.
Assess the social and personal value of civic engagement for achieving change.
Write to analyze, synthesize, and evaluate experiences and concepts to demonstrate competencies.
Analyze issues and reconcile problems through critical and appreciative thinking.
Use mathematical symbols, concepts, and methods to describe and solve problems.
Learn collaboratively and examine the skills, knowledge, and values that contribute to such learning.
Pose questions and use methods of formal inquiry to answer questions and solve problems.
Analyze a problem using two different ethical systems.
Define and analyze a creative process.
Analyze power relations among racial, social, cultural, or economic groups in the United States.
Analyze issues and problems from a global perspective.
Describe and explain connections among diverse aspects of nature.
Explain and evaluate the nature and process of science.
Design and produce a significant document that gives evidence of advanced competency in one’s own focus area.
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