Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 65.62
Liaison Kristen Attebery
Submission Date Jan. 14, 2022

STARS v2.2

University of Washington, Bothell
AC-2: Learning Outcomes

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 2.60 / 8.00
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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:

The University of Washington Bothell adopted five overarching goals for student learning experiences across the undergraduate curriculum. A sixth goal, emerging from work done by the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification Curriculum Working Group, was approved in February of 2020. Developed by the UW Bothell faculty, the new Undergraduate Learning Goals reflect the campus's core values and draw on national research on best practices in undergraduate education. The goals affirm UW Bothell’s commitment to transformational education, engaged scholarship, and inclusive culture. They provide a foundation for ongoing initiatives to shape, assess, and enhance teaching and learning at UW Bothell.

Approved June 1, 2012
Updated February 2020

I. Knowledge of academic and professional theories, practices, and identities within disciplinary and interdisciplinary fields of study

II. Understanding of diversity in cultures, identities, backgrounds, and experiences among individuals and groups

III. Critical analysis of information from multiple perspectives including intercultural, global, and ecological

IV. Ethical reasoning in application to self, occupation, citizenship, and society

V. Proficiency in:
Communication including writing, speaking, and fluency in a range of media and genres
Information and technology literacy
Quantitative and qualitative reasoning
Creative thinking and problem solving
Collaboration and leadership

VI. Application of theory and skills that contribute to the public good through mutually beneficial engagement with community.

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:

Posted learning outcomes for each school and degree program were evaluated to determine sustainability-related outcomes. Degree numbers are for the 2019-2020 school year.

A list of degree programs that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability:

See spreadsheet below

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:

Updated in response to feedback: changed number of graduates from sustainable-supportive programs

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