SUNY Plattsburgh Student Learning Outcomes (Undergraduate Programs)

Graduates of SUNY Plattsburgh’s bachelor's degree programs should:

  1. Have mastered the core knowledge, skills and perspectives of their major field of study.
  2. Be prepared to hold a professional position, or pursue graduate studies, and continue to grow intellectually, professionally, and personally.
  3. Demonstrate ethical awareness in their personal and professional life.
  4. Communicate effectively in written and oral expression.
  5. Think analytically and critically and reason logically.
  6. Access, evaluate, and use information and technology effectively and efficiently.
  7. Understand the process and impact of mathematics, science, and technology on society.
  8. Respect and appreciate ethnic and cultural diversity.
  9. Recognize continuity and change in the human experience.
  10. Appreciate literary and artistic expression.
  11. Integrate the liberal arts with personal and professional learning.
  12. Have acquired the capacity for self reflection as a requirement for working independently and cooperatively.
  13. Be able to work effectively in group settings and assume leadership roles when appropriate.
  14. Become responsible contributing members of their professional, local, regional, and global communities.

(Adopted by the Faculty Senate 3/27/01; approved by Pres. Judson 6/14/01)

Contact Information

To recommend additional materials or to ask questions about Assessment Programs at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact

Stephen Light, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Office: Kehoe 807
Phone: (518) 564-2195
Email: lightsc@plattsburgh.edu