Student Learning Outcomes

Roseman Institutional Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs)

Roseman University has identified 4 four student learning outcomes that apply to students in all programs. Upon completion of their program:

  • Students will demonstrate the requisite knowledge and skills of an entry-level professional.
  • Students will demonstrate attitudes and behaviors consistent with the norms of his/her profession.
  • Students will demonstrate effective communication skills.
  • Students will be able to evaluate, analyze, and apply information to make evidence-based decisions and solve problems.

Programmatic Student Learning Outcomes

Within each program, student learning outcomes have been identified that encompass the ISLOs while being specific to that profession. Links to these outcomes are given below.

Course/Block Level Student Learning Outcomes

Within each program, student learning outcomes for courses are provided directly to enrolled students in written form (paper and/or electronic) and form the basis for all instruction and evaluation of students. For didactic courses, learning materials for each day are associated with specific outcomes that are included with the learning materials. Likewise, for any professional practice experiences (e.g. clinical rotations/externships), student learning outcomes are provided to the student prior to the experience and form the basis for all student evaluation.