2023-2024 EGCC Catalog and Student Handbook 
    
    May 25, 2024  
2023-2024 EGCC Catalog and Student Handbook

General Education Outcomes


At the time of graduation, EGCC students should be able to effectively demonstrate the following outcomes:

Communication, Written, Oral, Interpersonal Teamwork: Gen. Ed. Outcome I: 

Compose written messages, essays, and reports that are clear, logical, professional in tone, and free from grammatical errors.


Communication, Written, Oral, Interpersonal Teamwork: Gen. Ed. Outcome 2:

 Deliver clear oral presentations based on logical arguments and an understanding of rhetoric that are supported by effective visual, auditory and technical tools. 


Communication, Written, Oral, Interpersonal Teamwork: Gen. Ed. Outcome 3: 

Apply active listening skills and respectful interpersonal communication in academic and professional settings. 

 
Information Literacy:  Gen. Ed. Outcome 4 

Locate, evaluate, and cite credible information and scholarly sources by using relevant technology effectively. 


Information Literacy:  Gen. Ed. Outcome 5 
Apply, credible, scholarly sources to support insights and suggestions in oral presentations and written projects and citing sources correctly

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Critical Thinking and Ethical Problem Solving:  Gen. Ed. Outcome 6 
Apply, analyze, synthesize, and evaluate information to form logical arguments, support insights and suggestions, and make insightful inferences from data. 


Critical Thinking and Ethical Problem Solving:  Gen. Ed. Outcome 7 
Apply critical thinking, creative innovation, and both scientific and quantitative reasoning to solve problems and contribute to effective community conversations.  


Critical Thinking and Ethical Problem Solving:  Gen. Ed. Outcome 8 
Describe one’s own moral and ethical values while demonstrating a tolerance for diverging views and ambiguity.

 
Critical Thinking and Ethical Problem Solving:  Gen. Ed. Outcome 9 
Reason and solve quantitative problems. 


Intercultural Knowledge and Competence:  Gen. Ed. Outcome 10 
Students understand and articulate the role and impact of social processes and culture in everyday life, as measured by the demonstration of a better-than-average ability to apply learning from courses in relevant fields (such as sociology, history, political science, psychology, philosophy, and communication) to real-world situations and issues. 


Intercultural Knowledge and Competence:  Gen. Ed. Outcome 11 
Students appreciate social and cultural diversity, as measured by the demonstration of a better-than-average ability to discuss and analyze social, cultural, and historical issues, phenomena, and events from a non-evaluative, non-biased perspective. 


Life Long Learning: Gen. Ed. Outcome 12 
Demonstrate significance of developing skills, values and dispositions with respect to learning, that promote interest and motivation to autonomously search for knowledge from local and global perspectives throughout life at both personal and professional levels.

 
Civic Engagement: Gen. Ed. Outcome 13 
Demonstrate importance of developing an awareness of one’s self in community that leads to acquisition of experience, knowledge, values, attitudes and abilities, that promote participation in civic interactions that are both ethical and beneficial for diverse cultural communities, at the local, national or global levels.