Learning Outcomes

Social and Historical Studies

Social and Historical studies courses help students gain knowledge of human cultures and the impact of historical events that shaped their development. The theoretical underpinnings and methodologies introduced will provide students with critical analytical skills. The courses are also expected to increase the social awareness of students through intercultural knowledge and the ability to reason ethically. Knowledge of specific historical and social situations will help students integrate an appreciation for diversity and inclusiveness into their approach to life-long learning. Students who successfully complete this requirement will improve their

1. Knowledge of human cultures and Physical and Natural World

  • Human culture knowledge through understanding of history, social situations, and social institutions

2. Intellectual and Practical Skills

  • Critical and creative thinking
  • Inquiry and analysis
  • Quantitative and/or qualitative literacy through theory and methodology

3. Personal and Social Responsibility

  • Intercultural knowledge
  • Civic knowledge
  • Skills for life-long learning

Courses that apply to the GenEd S&H requirement

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