College of Arts and Sciences
Psychology Department

Learning Outcomes

  • Seattle University undergraduate Psychology students should be able to say:

    • Methodological Competency: I can read, understand, and make preliminary evaluations of peer-reviewed articles in the professional literature (i.e., be an educated, critical consumer of psychological information). I am able to construct and successfully carry out a psychological study, and present my research in a formal experimental report, following APA guidelines (i.e., be a competent producer of psychological information).
    • Disciplinary Competency: I am able to identify and adopt a disciplinary perspective when it comes to asking questions about human experience. This disciplinary perspective includes, but is not limited to, awareness of multiple perspectives, empathy, ethical awareness, and social justice.
    • Theory-Practice Competency: I am able to use theoretical understanding in various practice-based experiences.

    For complete list of Learning Outcomes for Seattle University Undergraduate Students, click here.