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Learning Domains

​​​​During the spring quarter of academic year 2018-2019, the Division of Student Affairs reviewed and revised all program-area learning outcomes associated with each department. These learning outcomes were categorized into five learning domains that reflect the broader educational priorities of the division and align with the existing learning goals of the university.

This domain reflects program-area learning outcomes focused on students’ ability to describe and apply knowledge and skills that will contribute to a successful educational experience.

  • Contributing departments: Athletic Academic Advising, Center for Students with Disabilities, Office of Multicultural Student Success, and the Office of New Student and Family Engagement.
  • Associated university learning goals: Mastery of content; Intellectual and creative skills.

This domain reflects program-area learning outcomes focused on students’ ability to demonstrate and apply knowledge and skills necessary for living and working in a pluralistic society.

  • Contributing departments: Athletic Academic Advising, Center for Students with Disabilities, Dean of Students, Office of Multicultural Student Success, Office of Student Involvement, Office of New Student and Family Engagement, and Residential Education.
  • Associated university learning goals: Personal and social responsibility; Intercultural and global understanding.

This domain reflects program-area learning outcomes focused on students’ ability to demonstrate and apply knowledge and skills that support cognitive, emotional, and physical wellness.

  • Contributing departments: Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs, Athletic Academic Advising, Health Promotion and Wellness, Office of Student Involvement, and University Counseling Services.
  • Associated university learning goals: Mastery of content; Intellectual and creative skills.

This domain reflects program-area learning outcomes focused on students’ ability to demonstrate knowledge about campus and external resources that will help them during their college experience.

  • Contributing departments: Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs, Dean of Students, Health Promotion and Wellness, Office of Multicultural Student Success, Office of New Student and Family Engagement, and University Counseling Services.
  • Associated university learning goal: Mastery of content.

This domain reflects program-area learning outcomes focused on students’ ability to describe and apply learning from their co-curricular experiences to their post-graduate experiences.

  • Contributing departments: Adult, Veteran and Commuter Student Affairs, Athletic Academic Advising, Dean of Students, Office of Multicultural Student Success, and the Office of New Student and Family Engagement.
  • Associated university learning goals: Integration of learning; Preparation for career and beyond.
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