- Be able effectively to use written and oral communications to describe, present, and or critique their work. Attain effective skills in oral and written communication, quantitative reasoning, and the use of information technology.
- Be able to assemble a body or collection of work in a coherent form (that communicates a particular intention) for portfolios, exhibitions, or presentations. Be able to work and learn both independently and collaboratively.
- Use a range of materials to visualize ideas in original ways. Learn to think critically to solve problems.
- Understand the diverse ways of thinking that underlie the search for knowledge in the arts, humanities, sciences and social sciences.
- Expand their understanding and appreciation of human creativity and diverse forms of aesthetic and intellectual expression.
- Become aware of how their work can intersect with local, national, and international communities and issues.
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