Learning Outcomes

Through honors coursework, co-curricular and interdisciplinary opportunities and experiential learning students will be able to:
  1. Generate new knowledge, solve an applied problem, or create an artifact then effectively contextualize and defend its meaning.
  2. Demonstrate an understanding of skills and dispositions needed for life-long, self-directed learning: curiosity, initiative, independence, transfer, and reflection.
  3. Research, interpret, and evaluate information through critical reading.
  4. Communicate ideas to diverse audiences through multi-modal representations such as: clearly written prose, verbal exposition, and audio/visual creations.
  5. Collaborate with peers and mentors from a variety of disciplines and communities effectively contributing to group objectives.
  6. Assess and refine their ability to read, write, speak, listen, and study.