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Competencies

Learning Outcomes for the General Education Competencies

Reading
Students will demonstrate the ability to comprehend, analyze, and synthesize a variety of texts and genres.

Writing
Students will demonstrate the ability to draft, revise, and edit focused, organized, and appropriately developed documents for specified purposes and audiences.

Oral Communication
Students will demonstrate the ability to clearly communicate information orally while using communication techniques and strategies that are appropriate for their audience.

Mathematics
Students will demonstrate the ability to express mathematical relationships in numeric, graphical, and symbolic form and collect, analyze, and interpret data effectively in a variety of settings.

Computer/Information Technology

Students will demonstrate the ability to create, manipulate, and disseminate documents, spreadsheets, databases and presentations containing multi-media contents appropriate to their fields of study.

Critical Thinking
Students will demonstrate the ability to identify and apply the principles of good argumentation that govern the evaluation of evidence and reasons that support a conclusion.

Ethics
Students will demonstrate the ability to apply ethical frameworks to various ethical dilemmas/situations that are appropriate to their respective fields of study.