University-Wide Learning Goals
In 2005 the university adopted four university-wide learning goals that it believes to be applicable to all students who attend the university. Regardless of the major, the student as a knowledgeable, engaged learner is at the center of the university-wide learning goals.
The four university-wide learning goals are:
- Critical Thinking - Students will be able to employ the use of reason or criteria in order to make a judgment.
- Creativity - Students will be able to develop or apply something new, innovative, imaginative or divergent.
- Social Responsibility - Students will develop the self, moral consciousness, and responsiveness to others.
- Performance - Students will be able to convey the expression, demonstration, exhibition, or enactment of meaning.
Alignment with Mission, General Education and IDEA