University Learning Outcomes for Undergraduates

In order to lay the foundations for life‐long learning, by the time they graduate, Notre Dame undergraduates will be able to:

A. Acquire, synthesize, and communicate knowledge by incorporating relevant disciplinary approaches, cultural perspectives, and Catholic intellectual tradition.

B. Recognize moral and ethical questions in lived experiences, evaluate alternatives, and act with integrity.

C. Contribute to the common good by displaying a disciplined sensibility and committed engagement in response to complex challenges facing local, national, or global communities.

D. Demonstrate the vision and self‐direction necessary to articulate, set, and advance toward their goals.

E. Think critically in formulating opinions or accepting conclusions.

F. Exhibit creativity or innovation in the pursuit of their intellectual interests.

G. Display a level of mastery in their major field(s) of study that enables them to successfully pursue professional careers or advanced study.