Institutional Goals & Outcomes

Institutional Goals

  • Respond to the professional and career advancement needs of adult learners.
  • Respond to the needs of the under-served.
  • Respond to the career advancement needs of professionals.
  • Attain program learning outcomes by using problem-based, project-based and interactive practitioner-scholar learning models and assessment.
  • Recruit and retain high-quality faculty members who have proven track records in the practitioner-scholar learning model.
  • Develop and implement a learner-centered environment resulting in high retention rates and high graduation rates.
  • Demonstrate that graduates are satisfied with the quality of their learning experience.
  • Continuously improve the quality of the programs and support services.

Institutional Learning Outcomes

Students who complete the program of study at TUW will be able to:

  • Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively through listening, speaking, reading, writing and use of technology and media.
  • Display mastery of knowledge and skills in the discipline of study.
  • Demonstrate cultural awareness to be a responsible citizen in a global society and world.
  • Demonstrate the ability to exercise problem-solving skills, such as problem identification and analysis, and solution formulation, implementation, and assessment – using an integrated approach.
  • Exhibit the ability to think critically and utilize research and critical thinking to solve real life problems.
  • Use collaboration and group processes to achieve a common goal.
  • Demonstrate professional ethics and practice academic integrity.
  • Demonstrate commitment to lifelong learning and Information Literacy.