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Outcome Area

 As a result of their educational experiences at the University of St. Augustine, graduates will:

Skills for Lifelong Learning

Employ the skills necessary to engage in life-long learning through intellectual inquiry

  • Promote the value of lifelong learning
  • Demonstrate information literacy
  • Analyze knowledge and skills to formulate a plan for self-improvement
  • Teach and mentors others

Interdisciplinary

Apply an interdisciplinary approach to solving problems

  • Foster respect in the values and roles of interdisciplinary professionals
  • Determine the need for interdisciplinary collaboration
  • Practice interdisciplinary teamwork and communication
  • Recognize self-limitations and need for referral

Effective Practice

Utilize effective practice based on foundational knowledge and professional skills

  • Perform safe and competent skills as a clinician/researcher/educator
  • Apply evidence to decision-making across various aspects of practice
  • Promote use of evidence in the workplace
  • Maintain currency with practice standards

Professional Communication

Use effective professional communication

  • Appreciate the value of professional communication in daily interactions
  • Adapt communication strategies across diverse groups and varied situations
  • Evaluate appropriate communication strategies
  • Build rapport with all types of people

Integrity and Professionalism

Exhibit professionalism, integrity, and ethical standards

  • Reflect on the value of professionalism in daily interactions
  • Use appropriate ethical choices in practice settings which are in the best interest of the client
  • Apply non-judgmental approach in decision-making by respecting values and beliefs of people from a variety of backgrounds

Leadership

Display leadership skills in a given profession

  • Define the role of leadership in professional advocacy
  • Promote self and profession in a positive, constructive manner
  • Exhibit personal leadership development
  • Use effective organization and time management for efficient practice

Decision-Making

Apply evidence to decision-making across various aspects of practice

  • Demonstrate the ability to use logical, critical, creative, and independent thinking
  • Utilize sound reasoning when making decisions
  • Practice intellectual independence
  • Evaluate the problems, solutions, and consequences of current practice issues
  • Use flexible and creative thinking to solve problems

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