All students who complete an undergraduate or graduate program at Doxon International University should be able to:
- Think critically and creatively
- Communicate effectively
- Demonstrate expertise in a scholarly discipline and understand that discipline in relation to the larger world of the arts, sciences, and technology
- Work productively as individuals and in groups
- Use their knowledge and skills to make a positive contribution to society
- Make reasoned decisions based on an understanding of ethics, a respect for diversity, and an awareness of issues related to sustainability
- Engage in lifelong learning
Major Field Competence
Articulate the essential concepts and methodologies in a major field of study or work.
Demonstrate competence in a major field of study as defined by that program’s outcomes or competencies.
Critical & Creative Thinking
Apply reasoning and evidence to judge and support claims.
Effectively analyze, integrate, and evaluate information.
Construct well-reasoned arguments and solutions.
Create novel approaches in a variety of contexts.
Prepare and deliver effective forms of communication.
Adapt communication style to the occasion, task, and audience.
Select and use appropriate communication technologies.
Collaboration & Leadership
Work cooperatively with others toward a common goal.
Demonstrate effective social interaction skills appropriate to the occasion, task, and audience.
Influence others ethically toward achievement of a common goal to effect positive change.
Demonstrate accountability for one’s decisions and actions.
Intercultural and Global Perspectives
Articulate the broad set of influences that has shaped one’s personal identity.
Effectively and appropriately interact in a variety of cultural contexts.
Explain the interdependence of nations and peoples.
Engage in the civic life of the local, national, and global community.
Articulate one’s own ethical beliefs and their origins.
Identify ethical issues in personal, professional, and civic life.
Evaluate assumptions and implications of different ethical perspectives.
Defend ethical positions with reason and consider alternative courses of action.
Identify the interconnectedness between humans and their natural environment.
Evaluate the social, economic, and environmental consequences of individual and group actions.
Engage in responsible environmental action.