Examples of EG

The EG should be concise and clearly stated. Vague statements and expectations should be avoided.

Examples of vague and more defined Educational Goals

Examples of vague and more defined Educational Goals

Discipline-specific Program Level Educational Goals

By the end of their program students will be able to…

 History

…assess different types of secondary sources presenting various points of view, for example those presented in a series of scholarly articles or books on a subject, or those presented by different people within societies or across societies

Theatre

…characterize convincingly from plays in an ensemble relationship with other actors

Visual Arts

…engage with the ethical and social issues surrounding the production and dissemination of visual materials

Criminology

…utilize and evaluate research methods and data analysis used in criminology

Gerontology

…apply¬†appropriate ethics principles concerning the use of human subjects

Psychology

…describe and summarize the development of psychological theories, including their origins and alterations based on evidence

Business and Administration

…communicate effectively in a professional environment through executive reports and presentations

Sociology

…demonstrate familiarity with the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in sociology

Biology

…retrieve information from databases

Physics

…convert a physical situation articulated in English to a mathematical formulation, and then analyze it quantitatively

Communications

evaluate theoretical perspectives in communication studies

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