Approved by the Faculty Senate on March 15, 2021
A Quinnipiac University education provides students with both specialized knowledge of a discipline, and a broad understanding of human cultures and the physical and natural world. Quinnipiac graduates can integrate and apply knowledge from multiple perspectives found inside and outside of the classroom. They have a sufficient command of key forms of literacy, as well as the requisite intellectual, social, and personal skills and understanding, to identify and respond effectively to contemporary problems. Quinnipiac graduates demonstrate a number of key outcomes essential to the life and practice of a responsible, educated citizen, consciously and decisively. Graduates acquire these Essential Learning Outcomes (ELOs) through a purposeful integration of the University Curriculum, requirements within one’s major, and co-curricular experiences.
- Disciplinary Knowledge
- Effective Communication
- Recognition of Differences and Equity
- Higher-Order Thinking
- Creative Thinking
- Inquiry and Analysis
- Social and Emotional Intelligence
For more information about the Essential Learning Outcomes, please see Quinnipiac's internal website.