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Institutional Learning Outco...
The product of an Ursuline College education.
Ursuline's six Institutional Learning Outcomes apply to all student learning, curricular and co-curricular, graduate and undergraduate. As part of an Ursuline College education, all graduates, regardless of specific field of study or degree earned (bachelor's, master's or doctoral), will have successfully mastered the following learning outcomes and competencies:
Communicate effectively across multiple domains, with appropriate expressive (e.g., writing, speaking) and receptive (e.g., reading, listening) skills.
Display mastery of the content and skills required by one's academic program(s), to achieve a foundation for professional excellence.
Analyze and synthesize information and apply critical thinking skills to solve difficult problems.
Make decisions based on evidence in the context of one's own system of values.
Work collaboratively with others while demonstrating a respect for diversity.
Take responsibility for improving society by demonstrating moral and ethical leadership in pursuit of the common good.