Oct 28, 2020
Heritage University: Student Learning Outcomes
- Knowledge of the Physical World and of Human Cultures
- Students possess the knowledge of the physical world and scientific methodology necessary to engage in informed discussions regarding currently relevant issues in science and society.
- Students explain contributions and impacts of, as well as the connections among, history, the arts, social sciences, and cultural elements such as religion, philosophy, and literature.
- Intellectual and Practical Skills
- Students employ the appropriate methods to find, evaluate, produce, share, and use information.
- Students ask questions, demonstrate their ability to think systematically, and answer their questions by analyzing literature or conducting investigations.
- Students demonstrate communication skills in one or more areas including reading, writing, speaking, listening, and use of visual media in a variety of contexts.
- Students construct valid and sound arguments.
- Students demonstrate the mathematical and technological knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in their disciplines and to contribute to their communities and to society.
- Students express themselves creatively through experience in the arts.
- Personal and Social Responsibility
- Students demonstrate increasing emotional competence, self-awareness, and resilience to maintain a sense of well-being.
- Students interpret and explain issues impacting society, including issues of sustainability and justice.
- Students demonstrate knowledge of the interconnections among ecological, social, and economic systems.
- Students respect, with dignity, the similarities and differences among people with whom they live and work.
- Integrative and Applied Learning
- Students synthesize and apply the knowledge and skills gained through their university experience in the contexts of their fields [to be achieved by the time the baccalaureate is completed].
- Students apply personal and social responsibility outside the campus community.
- Students exhibit personal, professional, and academic ethics.
General University Course Requirements
Laboratory Science: 4 credits
- Any laboratory science course except CHEM 105
Social Sciences: 3 credits
- Any social science course (ECON, POSC, SOC, PSY)
Mathematics: 3-5 credits
- Any college-level MATH course or SOC 220
World Language: 3-4 credits
- Any world language course
*Note: A minimum grade of C is required to meet this GUCR.