MMA Institutional Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs) for Undergraduate Education
- Basic knowledge and understanding of the history, theories, scholarship, tools, technologies, methods, and/or specialized terms of a field of study.
|Broad and Integrative Learning
- Basic knowledge and understanding of humanities, social sciences, sciences, and mathematics.
- Ability to explore concepts and questions that bridge different areas of learning.
- Ability to write, read, speak, and listen effectively.
- Ability to critically and creatively comprehend and evaluate new information and ideas.
- Ability to use quantitative reasoning skills, applying basic concepts of mathematics and science.
- Capacity for lifelong learning, including ability to utilize technology and information literacy skills.
|Applied and Collaborative Learning
- Ability to work and achieve goals as a member of a team.
- Capacity for leadership, including the ability to make rational decisions while complying with a set of standards.
- Ability to perform and behave in a professional manner acceptable for career goals.
- Ability to make appropriate future decisions based on past and present conditions and circumstances.
|Civic and Global Learning
- Basic knowledge, understanding, and appreciation of diverse social and political values.
- Capacity for ethical reasoning, including the ability to make decisions and act in a socially responsible manner.
- Ability to integrate knowledge and skills in civic and global contexts.
- Capacity for empathy, including an appreciation for diversity and inclusion.
- Capacity for civic action, including the ability to engage in service that benefits the public good.
Direct and indirect measures for undergraduate ISLOs:
Undergraduate ISLO Measures (as of 6/20/2017)