Following a recent public survey that included 539 participants representing MSU Denver faculty, students, staff, alumni and the surrounding community, the Undergraduate Outcomes Task Force has developed the following five proposed undergraduate student learning outcomes:
Undergraduate student learning outcomes are statements that specify what students will know, be able to do or be able to demonstrate once they have completed their undergraduate degree at MSU Denver.
The UOTF was created in August 2015 to develop learning outcomes for undergraduates within the context of current national trends. Intended to help students acquire knowledge and skills necessary for success following graduation, the outcomes are integrally tied to MSU Denver’s mission and its refreshed Strategic Plan: A 2020 Vision as well as to its General Studies Program.
For more information, including updates, meeting minutes, timelines and findings, visit the Undergraduate Outcomes website. Additionally, the UOTF encourages public comment via its website.