These ten essential capabilities were selected by the faculty as representing the goals of a liberal arts education at Wesleyan. By gaining strength in these capabilities, students will be better equipped for the various social, intellectual, and ethical challenges that they will encounter in their lives after graduation. The capabilities are:
|Writing||Designing, Creating, and Realizing|
|Quantitative Reasoning||Information Literacy|
|Logical Reasoning||Effective Citizenship|
Students may acquire these capabilities through extra- or co-curricular activities, and throughout courses and programs of study in the curriculum. To see a definition of the capabilities, please click on "definitions" in the column on the left side of this page.