Program Learning Objectives

  • Knowledge:  
    Students will engage in interdisciplinary studies and demonstrate an understanding of complex global events and processes of globalization in relationship to culture, politics, gender studies, sustainability, and foreign language.

  • Research Skills and Methods:  
    Students will demonstrate the ability to write, speak, research, and critically analyze complex global events and processes of globalization.

  • Critical Thinking Skills:  
    Students will analyze, synthesize, and interpret texts, images, and experiences, demonstrating quantitative literacy, innovation of thought and creation of theoretical or practical solutions to global problems.

  • Perspectives and Values:  
    Students will demonstrate a critical understanding of the ethical implications of global citizenship, informed by global awareness and cross-cultural understanding.