2016-17 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalogs
The Developmental Content emphasizes outcomes and are divided into three categories.
- Critical Capacities and Skills (CCS) which requires a student to demonstrate the capacity to think critically, write, collaborate, communicate, solve problems, and to deploy skills related to information and quantitative literacy.
- CCS1 Problem Solving
- CCS2 Information Literacy
- CCS3 Critical Reading
- CCS4 Quantitative Literacy
- CCS5 Oral/Written Communications
- CCS6 Collaboration
- Personal and Social Responsibility (PSR) which requires a student to develop an understanding and commitment to individual well-being and to civic life and community needs.
- PSR1 Relationships and Value Systems
- PSR2 Responding to Community Needs
- PSR3 Individual Well-Being
- Interconnecting Perspectives (IP) which requires a student to study, reflect, and apply the understanding of diverse global and domestic perspectives both in the classroom and in a global setting.
- IP1 Knowledge
- IP2 Experience