Learning Outcomes

With AAC&U VALUE rubric links

  1. Social Justice: Students contribute to their communities through service and leadership.
  2. Ethical Reasoning: Students respond to ethical issues, using informed value systems.
  3. Intercultural Knowledge and Action: Students understand their own and other cultural traditions and demonstrate a respect for the diversity of human experience.
  4. Critical Thinking: Students comprehensively explore issues, ideas, artifacts, and events before accepting or formulating an opinion or conclusion.
  5. Integrative Learning: Students transfer to new, complex situations within and beyond the campus.
  6. Information Literacy: Students identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively and responsibly use and share information in a variety of contexts.
  7. Oral Communication & Written Communication: Students speak and write to suit varied purposes, audiences, disciplines, and contexts.

PDF iconExpanded Curriculum Map August 2018

Note: These are the learning outcomes for LIVE, each of the components (FoundationsMission Seminars, and Ways of Thinking) have student learning outcomes that are listed elsewhere.