Student Learning Outcomes & Program Outcomes

Institutional Program Goals

  • Program Quality
    Degree programs will achieve excellence and recognition for high quality in teaching and learning, including the achievement of national accreditation.

Institutional Department Goals

  • Productivity & Efficiency
    Departments will meet or exceed the University’s goals for research/creative productivity, enrollment, retention, degree completion, and placement of graduates in jobs or graduate education.
  • Contributions to Research and Community Engagement
    Departments will contribute appropriately to intellectual climate and creative exchange, professionalism, civic engagement, inclusiveness, cultural awareness, and respect for diversity.

Institutional Student Learning Goals

  • Communication Skills
    Students will exhibit effective communication skills (written, oral, and interpersonal) appropriate for professionals in their field of study.
  • Critical Thinking Skills
    Students will effectively use quantitative and qualitative analytical problem-solving skills appropriate for professionals in their field of study.
  • Disciplinary Expertise
    Students will demonstrate a level of discipline-specific expertise (knowledge, skills, and professionalism) appropriate for professionals in their field of study.
  • Research/Creative Engagement
    Students will demonstrate ability to engage productively in the review and conduct of disciplinary research appropriate for professionals in their field of study.

College of Agriculture & Environmental Sciences

College of Arts, Humanities, & Social Sciences

College of Business & Economics

College of Education

College of Engineering

College of Health & Human Sciences

Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering

College of Science & Technology

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