Student Learning Outcome Statements

Student Learning Outcomes are statements that describe significant and essential objectives that learners have achieved and can reliably demonstrate at the end of a course or program. In other words, learning outcomes identify what the learner will know and be able to do by the end of a course or program. Student achievement of these Learning Outcomes is measured through the program assessment process. The links below present the Student Learning Outcomes for each undergraduate and graduate program.


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ARTS AND HUMANITIES


BA in Art

BA in Communications

BA in English

BA in History

BA in Music

BA in Philosophy

BA in Religious Studies

BA in Spanish

BA in Theatre

MA in English

MA in History

MA in Spanish


BUSINESS AND PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION


BA in Public Administration

BS in Agricultural Business

BS in Business Administration

BS in Economics

BS in Environmental Resource Management

Masters in Business Administration

Masters in Public Administration

MS in Administration

MS in Health Care Management


NATURAL SCIENCES, MATHEMATICS AND ENGINEERING


BA in Human Biological Sciences

BS in Natural Sciences

BS in Biochemistry

BS in Biology

BS in Chemistry

BS in Computer Engineering

BS in Computer Science

BS in Electrical Engineering

BS in Engineering Science

BS in Geology

BS in Mathematics

BS in Nursing

BS in Physics

MS in Biology

MS in Geology

MS in Nursing

MS in Science Teaching


SOCIAL SCIENCES AND EDUCATION


BA in Anthropology

BA in Child, Adolescent and Family Studies

BA in Criminal Justice

BA in Global Intelligence & National Security

BA in Liberal Studies

BA in Political Science

BA in Psychology (New)

BA in Psychology (Old)

BA in Sociology

BS in Kinesiology

BS in Physical Education and Kinesiology (Old)

Ed.D. in Educational Leadership

MA in Education

MA in Sociology

MS in Counseling Psychology

MS in Counseling

Master of Social Work