Campus Learning Goals and Outcomes: Undergraduate
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Undergraduate Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) and Learning Goal Alignment
- SLO 1: Demonstrate competence in a major field. (Goal 1: Knowledge)
- SLO 2: Construct, integrate, and apply knowledge from instruction and experience. (Goal 1: Knowledge)
- SLO 3: Think critically and creatively in seeking solutions to practical and theoretical problems. (Goal 2: Thinking)
- SLO 4: Use ethical reasoning to make informed and principled choices. (Goals 3 and 5: Self-realization and social responsibility)
- SLO 5: Demonstrate self-knowledge across a range of developmental areas. (Goal 3: Self-realization)
- SLO 6: Communicate effectively through writing, speaking, and interpersonal group interactions. (Goal 4: Relationships)
- SLO 7: Apply understanding of cultural differences in diverse environments. (Goal 5: Social responsibility)
- SLO 8: Contribute to local, national, and global communities in which they live. (Goal 5: Social responsibility)
- SLO 9: Apply life skills to succeed in college and beyond. (Goal 6: Life skills)
The Undergraduate Student Learning Outcome Framework shows how the Liberal Education Program, academic degree programs, certificate programs, and co-curricular programs map across the campus SLOs based on curricular and co-curricular definitions, characteristics, and expectations.
Each undergraduate program determines when its program learning outcomes will be assessed in a 3-year assessment cycle. All program learning outcomes must be assessed and reported at least one time during the cycle.
Annual program assessment reports and peer review follow campus practices.