Overall Rating Gold
Overall Score 66.39
Liaison Phil Valko
Submission Date March 4, 2022

STARS v2.2

Washington University in St. Louis
AC-2: Learning Outcomes

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.84 / 8.00 Cassandra Hage
Sustainability Manager
Office of Sustainability
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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?:
No

Which of the following best describes the sustainability learning outcomes?:
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A list of the institution level sustainability learning outcomes:
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Total number of graduates from degree programs:
4,604

Number of graduates from degree programs that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability:
484

A brief description of how the figure above was determined:
The list of Degree programs were updated since last submission using the complete undergraduate major and minor bulletin. The number of graduates is the distinct headcount of graduates participating in the considered degree programs. All data is from AY 21.

A list of degree programs that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability:
2ND MAJOR IN INTL & AREA STUDIES / DEVELOPMENT 2ND MAJOR IN INTL & AREA STUDIES / INTL AFFAIRS A.B. MAJOR IN ANTHROPOLOGY: GLOBAL HLTH ENVIRONMNT A.B. MAJOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY A.B. MAJOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCES A.B. MAJOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY A.B. MAJOR IN INTL & AREA STUDIES / DEVELOPMENT A.B. MAJOR IN INTL & AREA STUDIES / GL CULTURAL ST A.B. MAJOR IN INTL & AREA STUDIES / INTL AFFAIRS A.B. MAJOR IN URBAN STUDIES A.M. IN EARTH & PLANETARY SCIENCES(WITHOUT THESIS) B.A. IN ARCHITECTURE B.S. IN ARCHITECTURE B.S. IN CHEMICAL ENGINEERING M.P.H. SPECIALIZATION IN GLOBAL HEALTH M.S. IN ENERGY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND CHEMICAL ENGR MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE MASTER OF ARCHITECTURE MASTER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MASTER OF LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MASTER OF PUBLIC HEALTH MASTER OF URBAN DESIGN MINOR IN ANTHROPOLOGY: GLOBAL HLTH AND ENVIRONMENT MINOR IN ARCHITECTURE MINOR IN EARTH & PLANETARY SCIENCES MINOR IN ENERGY ENGINEERING MINOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL ANALYSIS MINOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL EARTH SCIENCES MINOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE MINOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES MINOR IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE MINOR IN THE BUSINESS OF SOCIAL IMPACT MINOR IN URBAN STUDIES PH.D. IN EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCES PH.D. IN ENERGY, ENVIRONMENTAL AND CHEMICAL ENGR SECOND MAJOR IN ANTHROPOLOGY: GLOBAL HLTH ENVIRON SECOND MAJOR IN ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY SECOND MAJOR IN URBAN STUDIES

Documentation supporting the figure reported above (upload):
Do the figures reported above cover one, two, or three academic years?:
One

Percentage of students who graduate from programs that require an understanding of the concept of sustainability:
10.51

Website URL where information about the sustainability learning outcomes is available:
Additional documentation to support the submission:
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Data source(s) and notes about the submission:
While numerous students graduate from a wide variety of degree programs with majors and minors in areas that include strong components of sustainability, learning outcomes for these programs are not specified and therefore are not eligible for being included in the data submitted for STARS. The distinct headcount for students that graduated in academic year 2021 (SU2020, FL2020, SP2021) from the programs that directly feature sustainability learning outcomes is 484. (Students graduating with multiple qualified degrees, majors/minors etc were counted as one person). Within these same major and minor award categories, there were a total of 522 awards in AY21. Links to program overviews and learning outcomes: https://msw.wustl.edu/your-msw/curriculum/concentrations/ https://mph.wustl.edu/your-mph/curriculum/specializations/ https://eps.wustl.edu/Environmental%20Earth%20Science http://eps.wustl.edu/Environmental%20Earth%20Sciences%20(minor) http://enst.wustl.edu/programs/environmental-policy http://enst.wustl.edu/programs/environmental-biology http://anthropology.artsci.wustl.edu/global-health-and-environment-track http://enst.wustl.edu/programs/minor http://ias.wustl.edu/development http://eece.wustl.edu/Research/Pages/EnvEngSci.aspx http://bulletin.wustl.edu/engineering/energy-environmental-chemical/ http://sfac.wustl.edu/programs/mud http://sfac.wustl.edu/programs/mla

While numerous students graduate from a wide variety of degree programs with majors and minors in areas that include strong components of sustainability, learning outcomes for these programs are not specified and therefore are not eligible for being included in the data submitted for STARS.

The distinct headcount for students that graduated in academic year 2021 (SU2020, FL2020, SP2021) from the programs that directly feature sustainability learning outcomes is 484. (Students graduating with multiple qualified degrees, majors/minors etc were counted as one person). Within these same major and minor award categories, there were a total of 522 awards in AY21.

Links to program overviews and learning outcomes:
https://msw.wustl.edu/your-msw/curriculum/concentrations/
https://mph.wustl.edu/your-mph/curriculum/specializations/
https://eps.wustl.edu/Environmental%20Earth%20Science
http://eps.wustl.edu/Environmental%20Earth%20Sciences%20(minor)
http://enst.wustl.edu/programs/environmental-policy
http://enst.wustl.edu/programs/environmental-biology
http://anthropology.artsci.wustl.edu/global-health-and-environment-track
http://enst.wustl.edu/programs/minor
http://ias.wustl.edu/development
http://eece.wustl.edu/Research/Pages/EnvEngSci.aspx
http://bulletin.wustl.edu/engineering/energy-environmental-chemical/
http://sfac.wustl.edu/programs/mud
http://sfac.wustl.edu/programs/mla

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