Global studies graduates will be able to:
- apply the basic approaches of economics, history, political science, and sociology to global issues.
- find and effectively use social scientific information about global issues.
- demonstrate extensive knowledge about countries and regions around the world.
- speak and write effectively about key globalizing processes.
- critique various arguments and theories regarding global issues.
- speak and write in some depth about a particular topic of international or global relevance.
- explain how the United States fits into the global context.
- demonstrate the skills and knowledge needed for entry-level positions and for advanced study in a wide range of globally-oriented fields.
- demonstrate a capacity for viewing themselves as global citizens, as persons “in solidarity” with the world.