See the outcomes infographic below for more details on what the learning objectives established by Trident University mean to you and your educational journey.
Learn More About Student Learning Outcomes for Graduates of Trident
Graduates will be able to build a solid foundation of the common body of knowledge in the discipline. This foundation includes:
- Terms, concepts and principles of the subject matter.
- Application of theory and frameworks to a variety of practical / functional situations.
Graduates will be able to communicate proficiently with others in the field through scholarly writing and skilled, knowledgeable oral and written presentation to general and specialized audiences. You’ll learn and be required to:
- Write clearly and cogently.
- Utilize various media effectively (images, digital technology, and print) to construct sustained, coherent arguments, analytical explanations, narratives, reflections, and/or explications of issues and processes.
- Speak to general and specialized audiences intelligently, substantively, and confidently.
Graduates will be able to logically think through an issue using quantitative reasoning and quantitative and qualitative data, to employ and apply mathematical and/or statistical tools to address problems in their field. You will be required to:
- Create and present an argument and/or position supported with quantitative and qualitative evidence utilizing: words, graphs, tables, and mathematical equations.
Graduates will be able to develop and apply information literacy skills. You will be required to:
- Identify information needs and search for information.
- Develop retrieval skills and critically evaluate information sources.
- Effectively utilize information in an ethical and legal manner.
Graduates will be able to develop critical thinking skills that will result in the ability of the student to solve problems in their diverse workplaces and fields of study. This will require the growth and development of critical thinking through coursework that requires disciplined thinking supported by evidence, and will involve:
- Analyzing, synthesizing, and evaluating information with the purpose of reaching a rational response or conclusion within the proper context.
Graduates will be prepared to serve and lead in a diverse world. Programs in all disciplines and degree levels will prepare students to acquire, evaluate, and create knowledge by:
- Including multiple source materials in courses.
- Comparing and contrasting differing views.
- Incorporating multicultural perspectives.
Graduates will be prepared to function with integrity and make ethical decisions in their workplace and fields of study. Students will be required to:
- Resolve ethical issues in selected ethical case studies.
- Reflect if their decisions are ethical within the contexts of their workplace and fields of study.
- Compare and contrast different resolutions to ethical issues.
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