Understand how the literary, visual and performing arts reflect human expression, analyze how this expression is used to reflect or challenge culture, explain the purpose behind the arts as well as acquire an appreciation for a variety of artistic genres and styles.
Think critically about human knowledge acquisition, identify and explain theories of human inquiry and formulate a point of view on the intersection of religion, politics and science as well as develop the conceptual skills necessary to evaluate alternative worldviews.
Acquire an understanding of societal changes, appreciate the wide range of societal structures, and understand how historical information is acquired and evaluated.
Understand the dynamics of human behavior, the nature of human social relationships, how major social institutions organize, manage and regulate life, analyze the impact of social institutions on people as well as gather and analyze data in selected areas of social sciences.
Understand distinctive ways, in which information is acquired, the concept of a “theory”, be able to explain how natural sciences interface with one another, and acquire a substantive body of factual natural science knowledge and understanding.
Learn to solve real-world problems, evaluate inferences based on quantitative information, interpret mathematical models, estimate and check answers to mathematical problems as well as use a variety of mathematical ways to solve problems.