- Students in the Johnston Center, in collaboration with faculty and committee members, will produce a coherent contract, including an individualized educational emphasis with defined learning goals, liberal arts breadth, and a cross-cultural experience.
- Graduates of the Johnston Center will effectively practice negotiation, articulation and evaluation of individualized learning.
- Graduates of the Johnston Center will creatively integrate living and learning in various community settings.
- 4. Graduates will creatively integrate disciplinary and interdisciplinary knowledge and ways of knowing
Johnston students can:
- get a Bachelor of Arts or a Bachelor of Science
- get their teaching credential through the School of Education during their four years or enter the one-year MALT (Master of Arts in Learning and Teaching) after completing their undergraduate degree
- get professional work experience in the Communicative Disorders, Geographical Information Systems (GIS), and the Business departments
- get credit for unpaid internships