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General Education and University Student Learning Outcomes

General Education and University Student Learning Outcomes

Reinhardt University prepares students for a variety of 21st-century careers, for post-graduate education, and for life’s vocational callings. The General Education Student Learning Outcomes mirror the University Student Learning Outcomes, which are divided among four broadly defined Liberal Arts Domains: 

Domain I: Communication

Students will demonstrate:

  1. Effective expression of ideas through writing, speech, and a variety of arts experiences.

Domain II: Critical Thinking and Inquiry

Students will demonstrate:

  1. Integrative, critical thinking, and inquiry-based learning using evidence, logic, reasoning, and calculation.
  2. Informational, technological, and scientific literacies, and knowledge of research methods.
  3. Independent thought and imagination; preparation for lifelong learning.

Domain III: Self, Society, and Culture

Students will demonstrate:

  1. Knowledge of the traditions of Western civilization and their global context.
  2. Knowledge of the diversity of societies and cultures; the ability to view themselves and the world from cultural and historical perspectives other than their own.

Domain IV: Values and Ethics

Students will demonstrate:

  1. Integrity and ethical responsibility.
  2. Understanding of and commitment to physical, emotional, and spiritual wellness.
  3. Stewardship and civic engagement, coupled with the ability to work with others, both collaboratively and in leadership roles.
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