- Appreciation of their place as a citizen in global society.
- Understanding of the political, economic, cultural interconnectedness that constitutes our world today.
- Ability to communicate at a basic functional level of proficiency in a language, other than English, specific to the geographical region of study.
- Ability to analyze specific social aspects of a geographical region employing in a competent and creative way the appropriate conceptual and theoretical tools of the following disciplines: anthropology, economics, history, literature and art, and politics.
- Ability to investigate the increasing interdependent nature and complexity of cultural, economic, environmental, political, and social processes that constitute the global experience, and to examine those processes from a global justice perspective.