Each student who completes the degree requirements should be able to:
1. Clearly communicate psychological and scientific ideas orally and in writing.
2. Articulate the complexity of human behavior as a function of the commonality and diversity within groups on domestic and international levels.
3. Understand the historical, the cultural, the political, the social, and the economic issues that have shaped societies and the evolving role of the individual in society.
4. Interpret, analyze, and solve diverse problems having quantitative elements.
5. Analyze and solve theoretical problems in modern psychology using analytic and simulation techniques.
6. Demonstrate ability to conduct critical observation and analysis.