This course is the culminating experience in a student's College of Individualized Studies program and is required of graduating seniors. Students demonstrate the relationship between what they have learned and the university's philosophical tenets and academic outcomes related to communication skills, critical thinking, multicultural understanding, global perspectives and citizenship. Students also consider their lifelong learning plans, possible career changes and future liberal learning opportunities. Students should register for this course in one of their final university semesters.
- Analyze and evaluate how factors such as gender, race, cultural perspectives and socio-economic status relate to their roles as a responsible citizens in local and global communities.
- Reflect upon and integrate the knowledge acquired from their interdisciplinary educational journey.
- Reflect upon and integrate the knowledge acquired from their interdisciplinary educational journey
- Reflect upon their educational philosophy as defined it when they planned their individualized programs and as they define it at graduation.