Office of the Provost > Core Curriculum
This summer, faculty are working together to improve our Core Curriculum. In Summer Session one, we are starting with the twelve Essential Learning Outcomes recommended by the Core Curriculum Revision Committee.
Co-Creative Problem Solving
Bo Liang, Chris Harris, Josie Cruz, Kayla Bieser
The ability to actively work with others to develop creative solutions and move us toward a better world.
Adam Davis, Heather Lang Casera, Jo Meuris, Roxanne Farrar
The development of skills for creating works in a particular medium, and strategies for improving technique and producing original and expressive art (Creative Works), or the study of art through the history and context of various movements, styles, or periods; examination of the form and qualities of a particular type of art; and/or strategies for analyzing and critiquing art (Aesthetics).
David Bradnick, Michael Gordon, Sherri Coffman
Ethical Reasoning is thinking critically about the nuances of right and wrong human conduct.
Alena Principato, Clark Pearson, Kelly Svoboda, Lauren Johnson, Nathan Silva
Information literacy is the ability to identify, locate, skeptically evaluate, and effectively and ethically use information to inform a decision or solve a problem.
Joe Dertien, Laura Rosales, Sarah VanderMeer
Lifelong Learning is understanding the process of learning (learning how to learn) and recognizing your own level of knowledge and motivation to learn.
Aaron Wong, El Hachemi Bouali, Jennifer Edmonds, Katie Durante
Quantitative reasoning is more than arithmetic and algebraic computations. It is the ability to create meaning from numeric data by making appropriate logical inferences, and also communicating those ideas to others.