General Education Outcomes
Students who have successfully completed the General Education program curriculum at Haskell achieve each of the following outcomes:
Outcome 1: Communicate effectively through speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
- Prepare and present effective oral presentations
- Listen actively, demonstrating respect for the oral tradition
- Read critically
- Prepare, organize and create written messages to communicate ideas with technical and rhetorical proficiency
Outcome 2: Understand, interpret, and communicate quantitative and qualitative information and reasoning; engage in ethical and responsible problem solving and demonstrate critical thinking skills.
- Research and report findings in discipline specific ways
- Demonstrate information literacy
- Employ logic and reasoning skills
- Engage in ethical problem solving
- Describe, analyze, interpret, and evaluate ideas and discourse from multiple perspectives
Outcome 3: Identify, analyze, interpret, and evaluate historical and cultural forces and their implications.
- Apply an understanding of global, U.S., and tribal histories, world views, beliefs, and values to contemporary social problems
- Identify contemporary political, social, environmental, educational and spiritual tribal and inter-tribal issues
- Articulate the implications of multiculturalism, multiracialism, otherness, and the acceptance of difference
- Advocate for the sovereignty and self-determination of First Nations peoples
- Employ the principles of ethical and effective human interaction in communities and nations
Outcome 4: Identify and apply the basic concepts of wellness.
- Apply the principles of health and wellness.
- Practice time and resource management.
- Engage in spiritual well-being.
- Take personal responsibility and demonstrate respect.
- Engage in leadership and civic responsibility.