Students who have acquired enough credits, and met the learning outcomes outlined below, will be conferred with a Bachelor (GIS Liberal Arts) degree:
1. Problem solving skills
Having a critical ability to identify problems in everyday life, make unbiased judgements, and adopt an analytical perspective that transcends conventions and narrow disciplinary confines to arrive at solutions for the problems.
2. Ability to put academic knowledge into practice
Having a deep and knowledgeable understanding of the most topical issues facing the world today, and being able to apply this effectively to a range of issues drawn from various contexts.
3. Understanding of diverse and different cultures
Having up-to-date and precise understanding of nations, regions and communities with diverse race/ethnicity, language, values and social systems, and showing respect for their different cultures.
4. English communication skills
Having an excellent command of the English language, being able to grasp the fine points of any argument and actively and effectively contribute to discussions and debates.