International & Intercultural Learning Outcomes1. Understand one’s own culture(s) within an Alaskan, national and global context.
2. Apply knowledge and critical thinking to global and cultural issues, trends, and systems, and uses diverse frames of reference to address problems.
3. Communicate and connect with people in other communities to extend one’s own access to information, experiences and understanding.
4. Foster additional languages, including Alaska Native languages, as a component of the UAA experience.
5. Develop an informed critical awareness and understanding of cultural differences, similarities and ambiguities.
6. Gain an Alaskan, national and international perspective on careers.
(Approved March 9, 2012)
These Learning Outcomes are on page 12 of the 2012-2013 UAA Catalog.