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Institutional Student Learning Outcomes


Learn — About Self and Others, Academic and Professional Issues      

L1: Take responsibility for one’s own learning and wellbeing.

L2: Learn about one’s chosen academic major, while creating connections across disciplines.

L3: Learn about professional conduct, including workplace and community ethics, conflict management, and teamwork.  

 

Communicate — With Clarity & Accuracy & in Diverse Environments        

C1: Communicate ideas in a clear and articulate manner.

C2: Communicate accurately to diverse audiences.

C3: Communicate in various formats using diverse technologies.  

 

Act — With Awareness of Self & the Local & Global Community of Persons  

A1: Act to maintain one’s dignity and self-respect.

A2: Act as a responsible community member who treats others with respect, civility, empathy, honesty and dignity.

A3: Act to increase the wellbeing of the global community by maintaining cultural literacy, lifelong learning, ethical consideration of each other, and the environment we all share. 

 

Think — Critically, Creatively, and Reflectively

T1: Critically analyze, evaluate, organize and use quantitative and qualitative data to solve problems and develop logical models, hypotheses and beliefs.

T2: Creatively use concepts to making learning relevant.

T3: Reflectively assess one's values, assumptions, and attitudes.