Make connections that create meaning between yourself and your
audience. Learn to speak, read, write and listen effectively,
using graphics, electronic media, computers and quantified data.
Think clearly and critically. Fuse experience, reason and training
into considered judgment.
Figure out what the problem is and what is causing it. With others
or alone, form strategies that work in different situations. Then,
get done what needs to be done, evaluating effectiveness.
Recognize different value systems while holding strongly to
your own ethic. Recognize the moral dimensions of your decisions
and accept responsibility for the consequences of your actions.
Know how to get things done in committees, task forces, team
projects and other group efforts. Elicit the views of others and
help reach conclusions.
Developing a Global Perspective
Act with an understanding of and respect for the economic, social
and biological interdependence of global life.
Be involved and responsible in the community. Act with an informed
awareness of contemporary issues and their historical contexts.
Develop leadership abilities.
Engage with various forms of art and in artistic process. Take
and defend positions regarding the meaning and value of artistic
expressions in the contexts from which they emerge