Student Learning Outcomes
Senate Document 1310S, Approved Jan. 21, 2010
UNC Asheville students participate in curricular, co-curricular, and community learning environments characterized by exemplary teaching, innovative scholarship, creative expression, undergraduate research, engaged service, and practical experience.
Students develop skills in critical thinking, clear and thoughtful communication, creative expression, and honest open inquiry.
Students develop mastery of a specific major and an understanding of the connections among disciplines.
Students develop respect for the differences among people and ideas, and learn to clarify and articulate their own values.
Students learn both the concepts and value of economic, social and environmental sustainability.
Students demonstrate that they are responsible, engaged citizens.
Students are prepared to engage in lifelong learning.
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