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Student Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcome 1: Develop and apply the skills necessary to critically analyze philosophical and ethical arguments.
Student Learning Outcome 1: Students will critically analyze philosophical and ethical arguments in terms of content, logical structure and reasoning.

Program Learning Outcome 2: Develop and apply the skills necessary to effectively write about philosophical arguments.
Student Learning Outcome 2: Students will be able to write a coherent philosophical argument.

Program Learning Outcome 3: Understand the main historical figures and movements in philosophy.
Student Learning Outcome 3: Students will demonstrate a comprehensive and clear understanding of the main historical figures and movements in philosophy.

Program Learning Outcome 4: Develop the ability to appreciate the cultural contexts of philosophical ideas and deal responsibly with social and political issues.
Student Learning Outcome 4: Students will value the cultural, social and political contexts of philosophical ideas in written and oral presentations and discussions.

Program Learning Outcome 5: Students will speak publicly about philosophical ideas in a clear, responsive, articulate manner with respect for divergent opinions.
Student Learning Outcome 5: Students will speak publicly about philosophical ideas in a clear, responsive, articulate manner with respect for divergent opinions.