Students completing this program will:
- Demonstrate skills necessary to communicate and present scientific information
- Critical Thinking and Information Literacy: demonstrate analytical reasoning and interpret evidence by identifying, locating, evaluating, and synthesizing information as well as effectively use evidence from various print and electronic sources across disciplines to support a claim.
- Communication: read, write, listen and speak effectively, using multiple modes of communication.
- Quantitative and Scientific Reasoning: use the scientific reasoning process, quantitative and qualitative reasoning, and data to solve problems
- Intercultural Competency: identify their own cultural norms within a framework of other cultural perspectives. Graduates will be able to articulate their individual, social and civic responsibilities as members of a global community.