Inspired by our namesake, Justice Louis Brandeis, a Brandeis education combines core skills, knowledge and social justice. The following GPS learning goals were drawn directly from the University's learning goals.
Master communication skills. Specifically, our graduates should be able to express clearly facts, ideas, opinions and beliefs in a variety of written and oral formats.
Master quantitative skills. Specifically, our graduates should be able to collect, interpret and effectively utilize numerical data and quantitative information; and use mathematical and other abstract models to express and understand causal relationships.
Exhibit strong critical thinking skills. Critical thinking allows for the clarification of ideas and the development of new ideas that are useful and worthy of further elaboration. Specifically, our graduates should be able to:
Demonstrate ability to engage in research and scholarship. Specifically, our graduates should:
Demonstrate intellectual flexibility. Specifically, our graduates should be able to:
Demonstrate intellectual creativity. Specifically, our graduates should:
Participate as informed citizens in a global society. Specifically, our graduates should:
Demonstrate understanding of diverse societies. Specifically, our graduates should:
Engage in service throughout their lives. Specifically, our graduates should:
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