Jul 12, 2024  
2023-2024 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 
    
2023-2024 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Cardinal Core Curriculum Learning Outcomes


Human Communities 

Individual Expression

Natural World

Quantitative Reasoning

U.S. Identities

World Cultures

Human Communities 

Courses in this area promote a critical self-awareness of individuals’ roles and responsibilities within communities by examining how people interact with each other and in groups. 

Knowledge

Skill

Perspective

Individual Expression

Courses in this area encourage students to reflect on their roles within a diverse society through exploration of the multiple ways we reason, engage with, document, and creatively represent or express the range of human experience.

Knowledge

Skill

Perspective

Natural World

Courses in this area explore the scientific concepts, models, and methods necessary to study natural phenomena that affect the global community.

Knowledge

Skill​

Perspective

Quantitative Reasoning

Courses in this area develop and utilize quantitative skills to address practical problems in order to better understand the world.

Knowledge

Skill

Perspective

U.S. Identities

Courses in this area explore communities, histories, and institutions within the United States to engage students in critical examination of their roles in American society.

Knowledge

Skill

Perspective 

World Cultures

Courses in this area explore communities, histories, and institutions outside the United States to engage students in critical examination of their roles in a global society.

Knowledge

Skill

Perspective