SUNY Plattsburgh Student Learning Outcomes (Undergraduate Programs)
Graduates of SUNY Plattsburgh’s bachelor's degree programs should:
- Have mastered the core knowledge, skills and perspectives of their major field of study.
- Be prepared to hold a professional position, or pursue graduate studies, and continue to grow intellectually, professionally, and personally.
- Demonstrate ethical awareness in their personal and professional life.
- Communicate effectively in written and oral expression.
- Think analytically and critically and reason logically.
- Access, evaluate, and use information and technology effectively and efficiently.
- Understand the process and impact of mathematics, science, and technology on society.
- Respect and appreciate ethnic and cultural diversity.
- Recognize continuity and change in the human experience.
- Appreciate literary and artistic expression.
- Integrate the liberal arts with personal and professional learning.
- Have acquired the capacity for self reflection as a requirement for working independently and cooperatively.
- Be able to work effectively in group settings and assume leadership roles when appropriate.
- 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)
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