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At the completion of the graduate program in Sport Administration and Leadership at Seattle University, students should be able to:
Demonstrate discovery and inquiry skills. Specifically, students will observe the world around them, question the status quo, investigate prior knowledge, and network for new ideas.
Demonstrate critical thinking skills. Specifically, students will be able to analyze problems and contexts by dissecting them into key elements, meanings and relationships; devise solutions by integrating knowledge and value-based judgment; develop arguments for action through formal and informal assessment strategies.
Communicate effectively. Students will be able to use knowledge of effective verbal, nonverbal, and media communication techniques to foster inquiry, collaboration, and engagement in settings specific to the discipline. Specifically, students will be able to listen to others with respect, operate well in teams, and convey ideas effectively in written and oral communications.
Demonstrate numeracy. Students will be able to apply and interpret numerical concepts.
Demonstrate social responsibility by exhibiting leadership with integrity. Students will promote inclusivity in order to improve the quality of life for all individuals.
Appreciate lifelong learning. Students will be a reflective professional who actively seeks to further self-knowledge and seeks opportunities to grow at the personal, scholarly and professional level.
For complete list of Learning Outcomes for Seattle University Graduate Students, click here.
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