B.A. in Human Development

Student Learning Outcomes

Students graduating with a B.A. in Human Development from will be able to:

  • demonstrate core knowledge in biological, behavioral/psychological, and contextual aspects of human development;
  • demonstrate critical thinking ability to identify similarities, differences, and connections among human development perspectives;
  • reflect critically about new and diverse human development concerns outside the University context and apply problem-solving skills to these concerns;
  • access information, design and carry out individual and group research projects, and present them clearly, logically and persuasively;
  • show ability to understand themselves reflectively and others empathetically and apply these skills to both academic and nonacademic contexts.

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