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Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic AffairsOffice of the Provost

Institutional Learning Outcomes

In 2017, the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay adopted a set of Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILOs) with the purpose of more clearly aligning the mission-level outcome identified by the MLLO Project with the University’s General Education Program as well as its academic program and co-curricular activities. The ILOs adopted by the University were based on the AAC&U’s LEAP Initiative and Lumina’s Degree Qualifications Profile (DQP).

Institutional Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of their education at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, students will have

  1. demonstrated the specialized knowledge, skills and perspectives in their chosen field or fields of study.
  2. demonstrated broad and integrative knowledge across a variety of fields of study.
  3. developed a variety of intellectual skills, including analytic inquiry, information literacy, diverse perspectives, ethical reasoning, quantitative fluency, and communicative fluency.
  4. engaged in applied and collaborative learning activities, in both academic and non-academic settings.
  5. demonstrated engaged citizenship in the United States and the world.
  6. developed an understanding of and appreciation for environmental and cultural sustainability.
  7. demonstrated the ability to identify and address problems from an interdisciplinary perspective.

Approval Record

Date Approving Body
4/7/2016  Academic Affairs Council (AAC)
5/12/2016 Graduate Academic Affairs Committee (GAAC)
11/9/2016 General Education Council (GEC)
2/27/2017   Provost
3/8/2017  University Committee (UC)
3/29/2017 Faculty Senate

See Also

UW-Green Bay Mission
UW-Green Bay Vision
UW-Green Bay Idea of an Educated Person
UW-Green Bay MLLO Project

AAC&U LEAP
Lumina DQP