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Interdisciplinary Studies Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the undergraduate B.A. program in Interdisciplinary Studies, students will be able to:

  1. Describe and explain how diverse methodologies specific to areas of study within the Humanities are effectively employed in the interpretation of texts or other cultural artifacts.

  2. Demonstrate critical reading, reasoning, and writing skills that contribute to the study of the Humanities as it relates to at least one other field of study

  3. Deploy and articulate an interdisciplinary approach to answering enduring questions through the practice of critical thinking and synthesizing information from a variety of academic and creative disciplines.

  4. Incorporate the Marianist tradition of educating for service, justice, and peace into a capstone project that is grounded in at least two academic disciplines.