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Undergraduate Learning Outcomes

Student learning outcomes articulate the results we expect students to gain during their educational experiences. Sometimes these results or outcomes are identified by a particular course, sometimes by a degree program, and sometimes by the institution. A course-level learning outcome, for example, might ask that students genuinely understand a mathematical concept or a physiological process. A degree program-level outcome may be more abstract, such as having students demonstrate that they can solve real-world problems by using an approach typical of their field or discipline.

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