Campus: East Grand Forks, Thief River Falls, Online
Program Learner Outcomes
Students will use proper written and oral communication effectively in a variety of communication situations.
Students will solve a variety of problems and evaluate arguments using appropriate critical thinking skills.
Students will use a body of scientific knowledge to investigate relationships between unique natural systems, draw valid conclusions about them, and effectively communicate those conclusions to others.
Students will use mathematical thought and the ability to conceptualize and apply mathematical logic to problem-solving.
Students will evaluate appropriate social institutions and processes across a wide range of historical periods and cultures.
Students will evaluate a variety of human responses to cultural conditions.
Students will analyze human diversity and the varied human condition.
Students will analyze cultural and global diversity issues, including their roles and responsibilities within a global society.
Students will apply appropriate civic and moral principles to a variety of civic and moral problem-solving situations.
Students will evaluate humanity's impact on and responsibilities to the physical world.
Students will assess, analyze, and develop personal goals towards optimal health and wellness throughout their lives.
Students will retrieve appropriate information using all methods available.