Learning Outcomes

The learning outcomes of the campus mission, as stated in the Profile of the Baccalaureate Level Graduate and in the Profile of the Graduated Level Graduate, are assessed in all undergraduate and graduate academic programs for two general learning areas: (1) General Education Competencies from the discipline's perspective; (2) and Content Knowledge, Skills, and Dispositions that characterize each discipline. The definitions of the learning outcomes are shown next.

Undergraduate Learning Outcomes

1. Appreciation, cultivation and commitment to the ideals of Puerto Rican society and in the Caribbean and international context
2. Capacity for independent study
3. Contents of the discipline
4. Critical thinking
5. Effective Communication
6. Ethical and aesthetic sensibility,

7. Information literacy
8. Intellectual curiosity
9. Knowledge integration
10. Leadership
11. Life-long learning
12. Logical- mathematical reasoning
13. Research and creation
14. Social responsibility
15. Teamwork

Graduate Learning Outcomes

1. Contents of the discipline
2. Critical thinking
3. Effective communication
4. Ethical sensibility
5. Information literacy
6. Leadership

7. Life-long learning
8. Research and creation
9. Social responsibility
10. Technology integration
11. Teamwork