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Develop discipline-specific skills and foundational skills in information literacy, quantitative reasoning, critical and creative thinking, inquiry and analysis, teamwork, leadership, and varied modes of communication.
Achieve comprehensive knowledge of discipline-specific area(s) of study and of human cultures and the physical and natural world, through engagement with contemporary and enduring questions.
Synthesize and collaborate across general and discipline-specific studies for creative resolution of complex and unscripted problems within and beyond the university campus.
Acquire civic, community, and intercultural knowledge and develop social competence while engaging as a responsible, global citizen.
Develop passion and perseverance towards long-term goals despite significant obstacles