1. DISCIPLINARY INQUIRY
Students will explore meaningful questions, both practical and transcendent, through study in the arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences.
2. INTERDISCIPLINARY INQUIRY
Students will synthesize knowledge drawn from different fields of study (the arts, humanities, natural sciences, and social sciences).
3. CRITICAL THINKING
Students will comprehensively evaluate issues, ideas, events, and works before making informed conclusions.
4. WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
Students will produce coherent arguments in writing.
5. ORAL COMMUNICATION
Students will prepare and present in a variety of contexts, as speaker and listener.
6. QUANTITATIVE REASONING
Students will analyze numerical or graphical information.
7. INFORMATION LITERACY
Using technologies integral to information access, students will identify, locate, evaluate, and responsibly use information that is relevant to a given problem.
8. ETHICAL INTEGRITY
Students will make reasoned ethical decisions by assessing their own moral values, recognizing different ethical perspectives, and thoughtfully analyzing ethical and moral dilemmas.
9. CREATING A MORE JUST SOCIETY
Students will investigate complex challenges involving cultural and social diversity, and the individual’s role in developing just solutions.