Upon the completion of the degree in General Studies, graduates will be able to:
- Articulate an understanding of the importance of life-long learning.
- Find, interpret and evaluate information from a variety of sources and apply that knowledge through reasoned judgment and positive action.
- Express oneself clearly and cogently, through written and oral communication.
- Employ both quantitative and qualitative reasoning to describe and solve problems.
- Demonstrate an understanding of complex issues and systems that affect how we live and manage our daily lives in the workplace and at home.
- Apply logical, critical, ethical, and creative processes and information to identify problems, evaluate alternative solutions, and make decisions.
- Integrate and apply the fundamental principles of scientific inquiry, social sciences, and arts and humanities.