The College of Humanities and Education prepares all students in the university generally to demonstrate the ability to:
construct rational arguments based on solid evidence acquired from appropriate sources and through the use of the best available methods and can communicate those arguments clearly and concisely using sound rhetorical strategies in both speech and writing.
evaluate artistic expressions, including the fine arts, music, drama, literature, media, and human movement (i.e., dance, sports) through the use of aesthetic theories.
articulate how a Christian perspective creates and deepens meaning in cultural, personal, social, and aesthetic issues; can evaluate moral and ethical choices in light of sound interpretations of Christian scriptures based on the best available methods, Christian traditions, and the Wesleyan theological perspective; and can operationalize that analysis through active stewardship and service.
Additionally, students graduating with a major in the College of Humanities and Education are prepared for professional employment and/or graduate education in their chosen fields.
Graduates of the Master of Arts in Educational Leadership will demonstrate the skills necessary for careers in pre-college educational leadership.