|Submission Date||July 7, 2021|
DE LA SALLE LIPA
AC-2: Learning Outcomes
|6.00 / 8.00||
Assistant Vice Chancellor Academics-Colleges
Has the institution adopted one or more sustainability learning outcomes that apply to the entire student body or, at minimum, to the institution's predominant student body?:
Which of the following best describes the sustainability learning outcomes?:
A list of the institution level sustainability learning outcomes:
Lasallian Graduate Attributes: Institutional Learning Outcomes (ILO)
Critical and Innovative Thinker
CIT1 - Applies concepts, theories, methods, and processes, appropriate to real-life situations.
CIT2 - Explores alternative schemes and solutions to address various needs and problems of society.
CIT3 - Interprets and evaluates information using reflective and rational thinking.
CIT4 - Practices creativity, imagination resourcefulness, and innovativeness in developing ideas and their implementation.
Socially Responsible Citizen
SRC1 - Supports and engages in advocacies concerning the marginalized sector of society.
SRC2 - Explores and utilizes sustainable strategies to address socio-cultural, environmental and economic issues for the improvement of the quality of life.
SRC3 - Develops and practices intra and interpersonal skills in promoting inclusion (race, gender and ethnicity)
SRC4 - Engages in the preservation, enrichment, and promotion of Batangas culture and tradition
LL1 - Engages in various forms of learning for professional growth
LL2 - Seeks growth in moral, spiritual, socio-civic and physical aspects of one’s life
LL3 - Adapts to the changing times and dynamic trends in the profession and its environment
LL4 - Undertakes research to provide solutions to issues and challenges in society
CP1 - Shares professional expertise with the local, national, and international communities
CP2 - Adheres, and practices to the ethical standard of the profession
CP3 - Communicates effectively and confidently using any form of the medium across culture
CP4 - Collaborates with other disciplines to implement solutions to real-world problems for the upliftment of social research to provide solutions to issues and challenges in society
CCP1 - Lives and exemplifies the Lasallian core values of faith, service, and communion.
CCP2 - Acts in accordance with the Christian moral principles and Catholic social teachings.
CCP3 - Exemplifies sensitivity in fostering equity, peace and democracy.
CCP4 - Demonstrates honesty and fairness in the practice of a profession.
Total number of graduates from degree programs:
Number of graduates from degree programs that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability:
A brief description of how the figure above was determined:
De La Salle Lipa has no direct degree programs that are sustainability-focused. Our institutions' offered programs are sustainability-supportive or sustainability-inclusive. However, our Institutional learning outcomes, or what we commonly called Learning Graduate Attributes are sustainability-focused that describe interdependency on the three pillars of sustainability, social, economic, and environmental/ecological dimensions.
The number of graduates is counted based on the actual graduates of the academic year 2019-2020, wherein all students under the degree programs, adopted one or more of the mentioned graduate learning attributes that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability.
A list of degree programs that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability:
The following are the DLSL offered degree programs that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability:
A. College of Business, Economics, Accountancy & Management (CBEAM):
1. Bachelor of Science in Business Administration (Majors in Financial or Marketing Management)
2. Bachelor of Science in Entrepreneurship
3. Bachelor of Science in Accountancy
4. Bachelor of Science In Legal Management
B. College of Education, Arts & Sciences (CEAS):
1. Bachelor of Science in Biology
2. Bachelor of Science in Psychology
3. Bachelor of Science in Elementary & Secondary Education
4. Bachelor of Arts in Communication
5. Bachelor in Multimedia Arts
C. College of Information Technology & Engineering (CITE)
1. Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
2. Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
3. Bachelor of Science in Electronics Engineering
4. Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
5. Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering
6. Bachelor of Science in Information Technology
7. Bachelor of Science in Information Systems
Documentation supporting the figure reported above (upload):
Do the figures reported above cover one, two, or three academic years?:
Percentage of students who graduate from programs that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability:
Website URL where information about the sustainability learning outcomes is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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