Institutional Student Learning Goals

Institutional Student Learning Goals

Georgian Court University offers curricular and cocurricular learning experiences designed to help students achieve the university’s Institutional Student Learning Goals (ISLG):

  1. Communicate effectively in written and spoken English.
  2. Apply critical thinking, problem-solving and research skills.
  3. A. Demonstrate academic excellence in the major field.
    B. (for general education courses): Gain a broad foundation in knowledge and understanding of modes of inquiry in the arts, humanities, behavioral and social sciences, natural sciences, and mathematics.
  4. Demonstrate understanding of the Mercy core values.
  5. Demonstrate awareness of women’s issues.
  6. Explore spirituality and personal growth.
  7. Demonstrate awareness of the value of engagement in local, national, and global issues.
  8. Demonstrate analytical skills to appreciate the aesthetic.
  9. Demonstrate leadership skills.
  10. Demonstrate awareness of diversity issues.

Note: Undergraduate and Graduate Institutional Learning Goals and Assessment.

Assessment Plans for the GCU Institutional Student Learning Goals (ISLG) are found in the GCU Assessment Plan:

 Appendix D (Undergraduate). These goals apply to all undergraduate students, and beginning in AY 2016-2017 the assessment of these goals is separate from the assessment of the Bridge General Education Program. Institutional Learning Goals for graduate students (GSLG) were developed in AY 2016-2017 and the goals and assessment plan are listed under the Graduate tab.

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