College of Humanities and Social Sciences
Student Learning Outcomes
Synthesize varying critical perspectives and distinguish among them using appropriate terminology.
Formulate sound arguments and support them with appropriate evidence and frames of reference (e.g. linguistic, literary, historical, political, economic, etc.).
Analyze language as a system and as a tool for communication as well as recognize discrete language segments and their historical development.
Identify historical and cultural trends as well as their role in shaping cultural expressions.
Communicate orally and in writing in the target language in an effective and culturally-appropriate manner, in a variety of academic, social, and professional circumstances.
*Retrieved from AMS February 5, 2021. For the most up-to-date information, please contact the program.