Riverland graduates unify factual, creative, rational, and value-sensitive modes of thought.
are aware of the larger global community.
Riverland graduates understand individual and group differences, and can apply cross-cultural social, economic, and political perspectives.
are prepared to be ethical, engaged citizens.
Riverland graduates can identify, discuss, and reflect upon ethical dimensions of life as responsible and productive citizens.
communicate and collaborate.
Riverland graduates are able to affectively employ different forms of communication tools and strategies collaboratively and independently.