DefinitionA systematic process of exploring issues and challenges through the collection and analysis of evidence gained by breaking complex topics or issues into relevant and simpler parts.
Benchmark for AchievementThe graduate explores issues by generating questions and breaking complex topics into relevant parts in order to arrive at informed conclusions and make informed judgements and decisions.
At the Program LevelThe program provides opportunities to ask questions about the discipline and explore issues, objects or works through the collection and evaluation of evidence in order to make informed decisions. The process of breaking complex topics or issues into manageable parts in order to better understand the whole is highlighted.
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