|Submission Date||March 3, 2022|
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay
AC-2: Learning Outcomes
|7.61 / 8.00||
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 institution level sustainability learning outcomes are part of the sustainability component of the general education requirements adopted in 2014. The 147 students listed above have completed the sustainability general education requirement for academic year 2016-2017 and it is anticipated that that percentage graduating with the sustainability requirement will rise to nearly 100% as existing students cycle through old general education requirements and new students adopt the new requirements.
The new sustainability learning outcomes are as follows:
• Think critically regarding the array and implications of alternative sustainability definitions.
• Discuss sustainability within the context of ethical decision-making on earth.
• Describe why actions to achieve sustainability are complex and contentious.
• Express how failure to achieve sustainability has implications for human survival and planetary life quality over time.
• Engage in informed judgments about sustainability and problems as socially responsible citizens
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:
Using data from the Office of Institutional Strategy and Effectiveness, we coded each program (certificates, associates, undergraduate majors, undergraduate minors, and graduate degrees)as sustainability-focused or not, and determined the number of graduates for each program between 2018-2021. We were not able to differentiate overlap between students' undergraduate majors/minors, so our number of "total graduates" is higher than our actual number of graduates due to this double counting. It is possible that some students had both major and minors that were sustainability focused, and others had one or the other. Since we could not parse that out, we went with the higher number as our base.
A list of degree programs that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability:
Certificate in Sustainability Certificate
Sustainability & Wellbeing Certificate Certificate
First Nations Doctorate of Education, EdD Graduate
Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy Graduate
Master of Science in Management Graduate
Master of Science in Sustainable Management Graduate
Master of Social Work Graduate
Anthropology Undergraduate Minor
Art Undergraduate Major
Art Undergraduate Minor
Biology Undergraduate Major
Biology Undergraduate Minor
Environmental Engineering Technology Undergraduate Major
Environmental Policy and Planning Undergraduate Major
Environmental Policy and Planning Undergraduate Minor
Environmental Science Undergraduate Major
Environmental Science Undergraduate Minor
First Nations Studies Undergraduate Major
First Nations Studies Undergraduate Minor
History Undergraduate Major
History Undergraduate Minor
Human Biology Undergraduate Major
Human Biology Undergraduate Minor
International Environmental Studies Undergraduate Minor
Management Undergraduate Major
Marketing Undergraduate Major
Social Work Undergraduate Major
Sociology Undergraduate Minor
Sociology & Anthropology Undergraduate Minor
Sustainability Undergraduate Minor
Water Science Undergraduate Major
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:
This is for 2018-2021.
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