Philosophy/Religious Studies Program Student Learning Outcomes
- To become effective analytical and critical thinkers, and to communicate such thinking orally and in writing.
- To gain familiarity with philosophical or religious history and its central issues.
- To think and write in the form and by the method proper to the discipline of Philosophy or Religious Studies, i.e., rational argumentation in support of a significant thesis.
- To pursue in depth one field of philosophy, either theoretical or applies.
- To produce a substantial piece of original scholarship in Philosophy or Religious Studies.
- To become more reflective of the human condition, and the effect of globalization and diversity; to understand the relevance of philosophical thinking to one's own life and public policies and practices.
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