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World View

Students at SFCC Campus

The ability to demonstrate an awareness and appreciation of the world: its scientific complexity, its social diversity, and its artistic variety.

  • Articulate their own cultural beliefs and values, acknowledging that culturally grounded assumptions are not universally recognized

  • Analyze global economic, social, political, scientific, and environmental issues from multiple perspectives

  • Apply the scientific method and/or rational thought to better understand global issues

  • Recognize the influence of culturally based assumptions on perception and behavior

  • Identify common and dissimilar values and/or patterns in aesthetic expressions such as literature, the visual and performing arts, music, and film

  • Recognize that American culture incorporates the heritage of diverse peoples and thereby provides a distinct forum for multicultural understanding

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