What are AAP Undergraduate Students Learning?
Pedagogical approaches in the college extend beyond conventional classroom instruction, preparing our students to purposefully engage their fields and the larger world. The ability to communicate effectively — through writing, speech, and visual media — is incorporated into all areas of study. Teachers foster critical thinking skills, focusing students on examining assumptions and assessing conclusions rather than simply acquiring and retaining knowledge. Through varied coursework students learn to address complex problems and grow to comprehend their chosen discipline historically and globally as they add value to society across cultural contexts.
Department Learning Goals
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