Aims and Objectives

The Wright has five institutional student learning objectives:

  1. Critical thinking and problem solving;
  2. Written and oral communication;
  3. Intercultural knowledge and competence;
  4. Ethical reasoning and action; and
  5. Foundation for lifelong learning.
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