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The organization assesses the usefulness of its curricula to students who will live and work in a global, diverse, and technological society.

Examples of Evidence

  • Regular academic program reviews include attention to currency and relevance of courses and programs.

  • In keeping with its mission, learning goals and outcomes include skills and professional competence essential to a diverse workforce.

  • Learning outcomes document that graduates have gained the skills and knowledge they need to function in diverse local, national, and global societies.

  • Curricular evaluation involves alumni, employers, and other external constituents who understand the relationships among the courses of study, the currency of the curriculum, and the utility of the knowledge and skills gained.

  • The organization supports creation and use of scholarship by students in keeping with its mission.

  • Faculty expect students to master the knowledge and skills necessary for independent learning in programs of applied practice.

  • The organization provides curricular and co-curricular opportunities that promote social responsibility.




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