Learning Outcomes

Students will be able to: 

  1. Reflect and articulate how the integration of multidisciplinary approaches to knowledge and critical thinking impacts their understanding of what it means to haven an interdisciplinary studies degree. 
  2.  Reflect and articulate how the integration of multidisciplinary approaches to knowledge and critical thinking contributes meaningfully to their particular interdisciplinary studies degree. 
  3. Articulate the issues that currently shape the field of Interdisciplinary Studies, and be able to offer their own critical opinions on the theories and debates which shape their contours. 
  4. Reflect on how their interdisciplinary course of study can and/or will impact their post-Plymouth life as well as society. 
  5. Articulate how their own program of study contributes to their understanding of what it means to be educated. 
  6. Craft a well-written and well-designed multimedia article that works to engage their academic knowledge with a public audience of readers, and will have a functional ePort (or equivalent) for use in future educational and career endeavors.
  7.  Engage by building a personal learning network. 
  8. Create a comprehensive thesis project that integrates their coursework, synthesizes the major themes and issues raised through the various courses they have taken, and draws conclusions related to their focus. 
  9. Consider things we can’t possibly imagine yet, and share new, unexpected, and original ideas into the knowledge commons. 

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