The Six Essential Learning Outcomes of the Undergraduate Core Curriculum

  1. Critical Thinking (Disruptive Scholarship)
    Students demonstrate reflexive and discourse community analysis, incorporating diverse perspectives, toward critiquing (and disrupting) normative thinking, theories, or praxis.

  2. Non-conceptual Knowing (Embodied Presence)
    Students access and embody direct experience.

  3. Complexity (Radical Interdependence)
    Students identify the interdependent nature of experience.

  4. Resilience (Rigorous Flexibility)
    Students generate flexibility in response to challenge or change.

  5. Compassion (Spiritual Warriorship)
    Students apply emotional literacy in the cultivation of compassionate action.

  6. Innovation (Creative Action)
    Students apply creativity to problem-solving.