|Overall Rating||Gold - expired|
|Submission Date||Feb. 27, 2015|
University of North Carolina, Greensboro
AC-2: Learning Outcomes
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Number of students who graduated from a program that has adopted at least one sustainability learning outcome:
Total number of graduates from degree programs:
A copy of the list or inventory of degree, diploma or certificate programs that have sustainability learning outcomes:
A list of degree, diploma or certificate programs that have sustainability learning outcomes:
Community Health Education
Sociology / Social Problems in a Global Society
A list or sample of the sustainability learning outcomes associated with degree, diploma or certificate programs (if not included in an inventory above):
Community Health Education
Students will be able to assess individual and community needs for health education through an examination of the relationships among behavioral, environmental and genetic factors that enhance or compromise Health.
Incorporate materials from the appropriate disciplines to describe or to explain environmental problems and possible solutions.
Geography majors will develop an understanding of scientific inquiry methods and important theories used in the study of geophysical processes and dynamics that affect Earth's geologic, hydrologic, and atmospheric systems. They will be able to explain linkages between the geosciences and sustainable environmental practices and policies.
The website URL where information about the institution’s sustainability learning outcomes is available:
The data on undergraduate degrees awarded are from the 2013-14 UNCG Factbook (latest complete data set):
(Graduate degrees are not included.)
Learning outcomes for various programs can be found here:
In addition to the program-level learning outcomes of the departments listed above, the Bryan School of Business and Economics adopted "sustainability" as one of the core elements of its mission (see http://bae.uncg.edu/about-bryan/mission/ ), with an attendant requirement that all students in all departments take a course that significantly emphasizes sustainability. The students impacted by this requirement should begin to graduate in 2014-15, when the number of graduates covered by sustainability learning outcomes will increase significantly.
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