• Learning Outcomes Assessment 

  • Learning Outcomes


    Student learning outcomes promote student awareness of the learning process and give students a way to organize their learning for themselves and to communicate to others what they know and can do. Outcomes statements also provide a common language about learning for everyone involved in the learning process, a context for course or program design and revision, and a map for curricular and co-curricular assessment and change.

    – Adapted from the University of Washington’s statement of the “Purposes and Benefits of Student Learning Outcomes”

    Student learning outcomes identify:

    • what students should know as a result of learning experiences (cognitive domain)
    • what students should be able to do as a result of learning experiences (behavioral domain)
    • what students should value as a result of learning experiences (affective domain)

    Statements of learning outcomes should be student-focused and action-oriented (“When students complete our program, they will be able to…”).

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