Student Learning Outcomes

Students will:

  1. Develop an experience-based knowledge of their disciplines and demonstrate the ability to apply theories and concepts to practical problems.
  2. Engage in systematic reflection and demonstrate the ability to critically examine their experiences and to create connections between those experiences and disciplinary knowledge.
  3. Make contributions to their communities and learn the value of making these contributions (good citizenship); students will develop as individuals including understanding the needs of others, learning cultural awareness, and appreciating the differences in others.
  4. Develop and demonstrate managerial skills including planning, organizing, problem solving, and communicating.
  5. Develop and demonstrate leadership skills including interpersonal skills, ability to direct others, and teamwork.
  6. Develop and demonstrate research skills that will help them be successful in graduate programs.