Institutional Learning Outcomes

The Institutional Learning Outcomes represent our commitment that every Dominican Graduate will have the opportunity to gain knowledge, skills, and personal capabilities throughout their studies and experiences.

GOAL

EXPLORATION AND ACQUISITION OF KNOWLEDGE 

GOAL

PRACTICE OF CIVIC SKILLS AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY 

Students explore: 

Purpose and meaning through breadth of knowledge in general education and a depth of knowledge in majors and graduate study.  

Students gain skills to become global citizens who act within diverse contexts. 

Students practice:

- Ethical reasoning

- Leadership and collaboration

- Commitment to sustainability and social justice

- Intercultural understanding and respect for difference 

GOAL 

DEVELOPMENT OF INTELLECTUAL, PROFESSIONAL AND ARTISTIC SKILLS

GOAL

CULTIVATION OF WELL-BEING

Students prepare for a successful life and career through research and practical application of skills.

Students develop: 

- Critical thinking and creative expression

- Qualitative and quantitative reasoning

- Effective communication

- Information literacy

 

 

Students engage in personal development to build resilience and support the flourishing of self and others. 

Students cultivate: 

- Mental, physical, and spiritual health

- Respectful relationships and empathy

- A habit of mind for lifelong learning