Upon completion of the BRE, Davis College Students will:
- Demonstrate a commitment to the authority of the Word of God.
- Demonstrate a foundational knowledge of the Bible and theology.
- Apply the tools and skills needed for a life-long study of the Scriptures.
- Demonstrate the ability to integrate the Word of God into life and ministry.
- Demonstrate commitment and skill development in effectively communicating the Gospel.
- Perform supervised ministry experience through field opportunities in the church and community.
- Demonstrate competent, godly leadership development for diverse church ministry and marketplace careers.
- Demonstrate interpersonal skills for engaging with people according to the plans and purposes of God
Liberal Arts Outcomes
- Demonstrate speaking skills for effective communication.
- Demonstrate writing skills for effective communication.
- Demonstrate a broad understanding of the history of man, religion, and culture.
- Demonstrate the development of a healthy lifestyle.
- Demonstrate a general knowledge of the scientific and quantitative aspects of the complex world created by God.
- Demonstrate creativity in different forms of artistic expression.
Information Literacy Standards
- Determine the nature and extent of the information needed.
- Define and articulate the information need.
- Select the most appropriate investigative methods for researching the topic.
- Identify a variety of formats and sources in which information may appear.
- Consider the costs and benefits of acquiring the needed information.
- Access needed information effectively, efficiently, and ethically.
- Select the most appropriate sources and databases for accessing and obtaining the needed information.
- Construct, implement, and refine well-designed search strategies that use a variety of methods to find information.
- Keep track of the information and its sources.
- Evaluate information and its sources critically and incorporates selected information into his or her knowledge base and value system.
- Summarize the main ideas to be extracted from the information gathered and synthesize main ideas to construct new concepts.
- Apply appropriate criteria for evaluating both the information and its source.
- Compare new knowledge with prior knowledge to determine the value added, contradictions, or other unique characteristics of the information and take steps to reconcile differences.
- Individually or as a member of a group, use information effectively to accomplish a specific purpose.
- Apply new information and research results to the planning, creation, and revision of a particular project, paper, or presentation.
- Communicate the project, paper, or presentation effectively to others.