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Gettysburg College students should develop critical and open minds that seek to adopt well-argued points of view through the active consideration and integration of alternative methodologies, perspectives, and foundational presuppositions.

(a). Demonstrate the ability to approach issues and problems from multidisciplinary perspectives or to apply effectively the methods or techniques of one discipline to the issues of another;

(b). Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship and the fluidity of boundaries between disciplines;

(c). Demonstrate proficiency in the comprehension, analysis, and interpretation of multidisciplinary texts;

(d). Produce work that effectively employs multidisciplinary perspectives or cross-disciplinary applications;

(e). Produce work in the capstone experience of the major that demonstrates the capacity to integrate content, methods, and perspectives from across the major.