Academics

Learning Outcomes

Institutional Learning Outcomes

  1. Critical Thinking
    Select, evaluate, and use information to investigate a point of view, support a conclusion, or engage in problem solving.
  2. Creativity
    Produce, combine, or synthesize ideas in creative ways within or across disciplines.
  3. Communication
    Use language to effectively convey an idea or a set of facts, including the accurate use of source material and evidence according to institutional and discipline standards.
  4. Community
    Understand and interpret various points of view that emerge from a diverse world of peoples and cultures.
  5. Quantitative Reasoning
    Represent complex data in various mathematical forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, and words) and analyze these data to draw appropriate conclusions.

Institutional Assessment Results

Program Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) may be found on individual department pages:

Program Learning Outcomes Results

See the Student Services Planning Council site for additional Student Learning Outcomes.

Program Assessment Results