Pre-Professional Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will demonstrate proficiency in their area of specialization in order to succeed in careers and graduate programs.
  2. Students will demonstrate proficiency in the concepts involving  disciplines and to pursue graduate work requiring basic background in these areas.
  3. Students will learn and apply basic experimental design and research techniques using modern equipment.  This will include use of proper controls and data analysis.
  4. Students will develop the ability to locate, critically read and evaluate the scientific literature, particularly the validity of scientific hypotheses, data and models.
  5. Students will skillfully communicate scientific information in written and oral formats.
  6. Students will develop skill in critically evaluating the relationship of scientific theories with ethical and religious perspectives, particularly those common to Reformed Christians