Student Learning Outcomes
- Assess their previous academic learning, community engagement, and work experience in order to plan a realistic curriculum.
- Develop an academic plan which takes into account the need for a liberal arts base and realistic goals, based upon their capabilities and areas of interest.
- Demonstrate their ability to connect with university and community resources which will enhance their academic and career-oriented decision making.
- Integrate their previous learning, work experience, and community engagement with required liberal arts and pre-professional course work.
- Develop a post-graduate plan for continued education and / or employment.
- Provide evidence to affirm that they can write effectively, think critically, and apply the University Mission and Charisms to their decision making and life choices.
- Submit an educational plan to their advisor for approval.
- Provide evidence to their advisor that they have contacted university and community resources needed to insure academic success.
- Develop a post graduate career and / or graduate educational strategy which are based upon their undergraduate program, work experience, and community engagement.
- Submit a capstone portfolio which includes evidence that the student has completed satisfactorily the University and Core Goals and is able to apply the keys values embedded in the University Mission.
- Graduate in a time frame which does not exhaust loan and scholarship moneys and that is not burdensome to family and work responsibilities.