Seattle University undergraduate History students should be able to develop:
- The ability to write and speak effectively to different audiences.
- The ability to identify and analyze a wide variety of primary sources, including artifacts, manuscripts, quantitative, oral and visual sources.
- The appreciation of the role that people of different races, ethnicities, gender and socio-economic experiences have played in shaping the human story.
- The ability to read secondary historical sources for underlying theories, assumptions and manners in which the choice of sources and approaches affects the historical argument.
- The understanding of the ethical dimensions of historical inquiry and presentation, including plagiarism and responsible research.
For complete list of Learning Outcomes for Seattle University Undergraduate Students, click here.