Success in the 21st Century
Whether entering the job market or graduate school as a citizen of the 21st century, today's student must be equipped with problem-solving skills that reflect the methodologies of various academic disciplines. Students must be able to locate, evaluate and use information effectively. They must also be able to communicate across cultures and understand and respect differing worldviews. And finally, the successful citizen of the 21st century must understand and practice ethical and social responsibility as a member of an interdependent world.
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