Skills in Philosophy

 

Communication

  • Communicate ideas clearly and efficiently in a variety of mediums through listening, clarifying, and responding comprehensively
  • Read critically, to write persuasively with a comprehensive knowledge of grammar and vocabulary
  • Ability to influence and persuade

Information Management

  • Locate, gather, and organize information using appropriate technology and information systems
  • Ability to compile, evaluate and rank information
  • To use the information to solve problems

Research

  • Gather information and use information resources
  • Conduct and explain research results
  • Evaluate research results

Personal Management

  • Plan, design, and carry out a project or task from start to finish, with well defined objectives and outcomes
  • Work effectively and independently under deadlines
  • Plan and mange your time and other resources to achieve goals
  • The ability to analyze tasks and set priorities

Citizenship and Global Perspective

  • Integrates an awareness of how social, organizational, and global issues are interrelated with individual and local concerns

Project Management

  • Initiate, plan, and coordinate long-term projects
  • Ability to integrate knowledge from a wide range of disciplines
  • Developing project presentations and reports
  • Communicate clearly with team members

Problem Solving and Critical Analysis

  • Ability to identify key issues in decision-making or problem solving
  • Identify general principle that links together related problems, points, data
  • Able to define the parameters of a problem
  • Analyze complex textual and cultural phenomenon
  • Develop critical observations and attention to detail
  • Textual analysis and interpretation

Organization

  • Organize ideas and materials in an effective way
  • Able to design, plan, organize and implement projects and tasks within an allotted timeframe

Creativity

  • Think and write creatively
  • Lead and participate in discussions and have confidence in own opinions
  • Effectively convey arguments and opinions and encourage independent and creative thoughts