Institutional Student Learning Outcomes
A SUNY Plattsburgh Graduate will be able to:
- Apply analytical, quantitative, and critical thinking and inquiry skills to solve problems and make decisions;
- Communicate effectively through oral, written, and visual methods appropriate to the audience, situation and purpose;
- Demonstrate knowledge within a chosen field of study; as well as general knowledge of the liberal arts for students enrolled at the baccalaureate level;
- Articulate the complexity of diversity, equity, and inclusion to effectively understand and interact with others;
- Demonstrate skills that enable collaboration and leadership when working in group settings;
- Apply ethical perspectives and thinking to guide and evaluate behavior; and
- Use information literacy and appropriate technologies to access, evaluate, synthesize, and communicate information.
(Adopted by Faculty Senate, 5/1/2018)
SUNY Plattsburgh Graduate Student Learning Outcomes
Graduates of SUNY Plattsburgh’s master’s degree and certificate of advanced study programs should:
- Possess the advanced knowledge, skills, and perspectives to be prepared and motivated to hold continuing professional positions or pursue further graduate studies and continue to grow intellectually, professionally, and personally.
- Practice self-reflection and self-evaluation to develop a personal philosophy and professional ethics that promote responsible professional behavior.
- Communicate effectively in written and oral expression, using educational and technological advances.
- Apply critical thinking to the production of knowledge through research, intellectual inquiry, and practice, and apply the knowledge toward addressing the challenges of society in a way that supports pluralism and inclusion.
For more information about assessment programs at SUNY Plattsburgh, please contact:
JoAnn Gleeson-Kreig, Ph.D.
Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Office: Kehoe 807
Phone: (518) 564-2195
Email: [email protected]