Learning Outcomes for Bachelor Degree Students in International Affairs
The Department of Political Science and International Affairs is interested in the development of students, both within and outside the classroom. Curriculum and external course activities integrate to assist students as they develop academically, intellectually, and socially. Of equal importance with concrete knowledge of international cultural, historical, economic and geographic backgrounds is an understanding of the structure and processes of international interactions. Students are encouraged to interact with faculty, among themselves, and in competitive experiences with students at other colleges and universities in programs such as the Model U.N. and Model Arab League, and in student organizations. Additionally, class lectures are supplemented with nationally and internationally known campus speakers as well as local leaders to contribute to a wide breadth of student experience.
Learning Outcomes for International Affairs Major
Specific learning objectives are imbedded in the program. Through experiences that comprise the program, students will be able to: