Global Cultures B.A. Learning Outcomes

  1. Discuss humanistic perspectives related to history, literature and language, and other humanistic subdisciplines of their interest.
  2. Employ a humanistic perspective to problems and processes of globalization.
  3. Analyze the history, politics, and culture of a selected world region, and how it intersects with other regions.
  4. Demonstrate a global perspective in analyzing and/or solving contemporary world region problems.
  5. Appreciate the complexity of the modern global arena in which we live, and use that understanding to contribute to society in a constructive and positive manner.
  6. Present to others (in oral or written form) in a coherent and professional manner the knowledge they have obtained in analyzing global issues, particularly those that have been of special interest to them during their undergraduate career.

We’re here to help. Please contact Venette Van Duyn to request services.