Undergraduate Learning Outcomes
The Institutional Learning Outcomes represent the University's commitment to helping our students become reflective individuals who use their knowledge, skills, and imagination to serve their communities and our world. Expand each of the four ILGs to see the associated undergraduate learning outcomes for each goal.
MSMU Undergraduate Learning Outcomes:
(ILG #1) Disciplinary Expert: Mount graduates will demonstrate the knowledge, skills and dispositions required of their chosen discipline.+-
(ILO #1) Disciplinary Competence: Mount graduates will demonstrate competence in techniques, concepts and knowledge specific to their chosen discipline.
(ILG #2) Complex Thinker: Mount graduates will be able to apply investigation, critical thinking, and analytic and decision-making skills to identify and solve problems effectively.+-
(ILO #2) Critical Thinking: Mount graduates will be able to identify, analyze, evaluate, and construct arguments.
(ILO #3) Quantitative Reasoning: Mount graduates will be able to apply college-level mathematical reasoning to analyze and explain real world issues.
(ILO #4) Information Literacy: Mount graduates will demonstrate the skills required to find, retrieve, evaluate, and use information effectively and ethically.
(ILG #3) Clear Communicator: Mount graduates will be able to effectively convey ideas, opinions, and facts in written and oral form.+-
(ILO #5) Written and Oral Communication: Mount graduates will be able to effectively express ideas in written form and oral form.
(ILG #4) “Dear Neighbor”: Mount graduates are prepared to ethically live, work, serve and lead within diverse local, national, and global communities.+-
(ILO #6) Spirit of the Founders: Mount graduates will analyze and apply ideas and theories of social justice, human rights, ethics and engagement in light of the CSJ Mission and the Catholic Intellectual Tradition.
(ILO #7) Community: Mount graduates will critically analyze and apply disciplinary perspectives and contexts to the studies of communities, in order to build a sense of responsibility and skills necessary to serve.
(ILO #8) Global Awareness and Understanding: Mount graduates will evaluate or apply modes of academic inquiry to historical and/or current global contexts.
(ILO #9) Women and Gender: Mount graduates will critically evaluate the roles of women and/or gender in society.
(ILO #10) Leadership: Mount graduates will apply various approaches to leadership to affect positive change in their local and global communities.
(ILO #11) Diversity: Mount graduates will know how to articulate and engage transformative frameworks and communication exchanges that promote social justice, diversity, inclusion and equity.