Student Learning Outcomes & Assessments for Communication, Arts & Sciences (HASS)
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Students will be able to apply to specific areas of interest, major theoretical knowledge of and core skills in rhetoric and communication science.
Students will be able to as individuals and working with others in groups, to think critically, creatively, and apply ethical thinking in approaches to decision making and problem solving using communication solutions.
Students will be able to construct effective arguments and to express them with confidence and presentational expertise to a variety of audiences.
Students will be able to locate, synthesize, and assimilate new information from a variety of sources.
Students will have an active interest, understanding, and engagement in diverse communities, both local and global.
Students will be able to function as a member of a democratic community.
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