Program and Institutional Learning Outcomes

Institutional Student Learning Outcomes

Quantitative Reasoning: Students shall demonstrate the abilities to reason quantitatively, use computational skills, and explain and apply mathematical or quantitative reasoning concepts to solve problems.

Communication: Graduates should be able to deliver focused and coherent presentations; demonstrate active, discerning listening and speaking skills in lectures and discussions; demonstrate active reading skills and thorough comprehension; and write clearly and effectively.

Community/Global Consciousness and Responsibility: Graduates should be able to demonstrate social and cultural awareness, ethical behavior, effective and sensitive communication, and a commitment to learning.

Critical Thinking: Graduates should be able to analyze, interpret, explain and evaluate texts, ideas, works of art, and scientific and mathematical problems.