1. Demonstrate depth of knowledge and cultural competency about one or more world regions, including through study abroad and the study of language.
  2. Situate this depth of regional knowledge within a broader, dynamic understanding of its international, global, and comparative contexts.
  3. Frame and conduct research, and develop meaningful written arguments, based on effective use of ideas and diverse types of evidence (e.g. statistical, archival, ethnographic, oral, artistic, literary, visual, popular culture).
  4. Express ideas clearly, articulately, and persuasively in oral rhetoric in a variety of settings (informed conversations, classroom debate, formal presentations).