University Student Learning Goals

The following student goals reflect the university's mission and priorities. These broad learning goals form the foundation for specific program-based student learning outcomes.

Christ Explain the relevance of Jesus Christ and His teachings to their major discipline, personal and professional values, ethics, and commitments

Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills

Critically evaluate, integrate, and apply knowledge

Achieve quantitative, technical, linguistic, and information literacy

Demonstrate competence in the content and methods of their chosen discipline or professional program

Practice skillful collaboration within small group settings


Apply acquired competences through service in various community contexts

Articulate their own intellectually-informed values and cultural perspectives as well as those of others

Community Demonstrate respectful and equitable relationships with persons from diverse backgrounds in a manner that values differences

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