- Quality of classroom teaching (strong course ratings, comments, observations)
- Intentional faculty-student connectedness and relationship development
- Annual schedule of co-curricular events to enhance classroom learning
- Balanced counseling/research expertise among faculty
Biblical foundations: Compare a Reformed, biblical perspective on being human to the major perspectives in psychology and articulate how that view affects theory and practice.
Knowledge base: Have a solid base of theoretical and empirical knowledge in psychology.
Methodological proficiency: Describe the methods and the process of ethical research in psychology and conduct research to address psychological questions.
Analytical and critical-thinking skills: Apply their knowledge of human complexity to analyze assumptions and causal factors, weigh evidence, and solve problems.
Writing and communication skills: Demonstrate effective writing and oral communication skills for various purposes and audiences.
Professional development: Students will be able to use interpersonal skills with integrity and empathy to listen accurately, attend to non-verbal behavior, ask appropriate questions, and provide constructive feedback.