These are the institutional learning outcomes that all students should possess regardless of degree completion. They are being measured annually through all the Program Learning Outcome Assessments. The learning outcomes were drivers for organizing instruction and designing the learning activities for each program and course.
Students will use systematic and creative thinking skills to analyze and evaluate issues and arguments, to solve problems, and/or to make decisions.
Critical/Creative Thinking may include but not be limited to:
Students will be able to read, write, and exchange information, ideas, and concepts effectively.
Communication may include but not be limited to:
Students will understand the impact of the variations among and within cultures.
Cultural Literacy may include but not be limited to:
Students will use appropriate technology to locate, evaluate, and effectively process information.
Information and Technical Literacy may include but not be limited to: