|Submission Date||Dec. 1, 2016|
|0.35 / 8.00||
College of the Environment
The College of the Environment will graduate students:
- who can interpret scientific, environmental information
- who are able to engage both scholars and the lay public in discourse about environmental issues (mode of expression varied)
- who understand connections between environmental issues and social or political issues
- who can formulate well-considered opinions and develop compelling arguments about environmental issues
- who have been engaged with scholars in the field who are making important environmental contributions
- who have both practical and theoretical experience in environmental issues by undertaking a senior project
Several individual courses outside of those reported above have sustainability learning outcomes but are not reported in these totals.
Data is from 2013-14, 2014-15, and 2015-16.
Graduate-level degree programs are excluded from these numbers.
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