Essential Learning Outcomes
Stockton University’s 10 Essential Learning Outcomes (ELOs) combine Stockton’s flexible and Stockton's ELO logo distinctive liberal arts education with real-world, practical skills. They guide all Stockton University students from first-year through graduation to the intellectual and marketable talents needed to prepare for personal and professional success in the 21st century. As a set of values shared by everyone in the campus community, students encounter opportunities to develop ELOs in all Stockton majors, career preparation, professional experiences both on and off-campus, and academic as well as social activities.
- Demonstrate proficiency in the continuum of skills from basic knowledge to advanced synthesis and evaluation of concepts in chemistry, including fundamental theories, methods and multidisciplinary applications.
- Be able to analyze data, make interpretations, and draw meaningful conclusions, even if those conclusions are contrary to what was expected.
- Develop the reasoning skills to construct valid scientific arguments.
- Demonstrate sound problem solving skills applied to both qualitative and quantitative scenarios .
- Apply mathematical expertise to analyze and solve real world and theoretical problems.
- Be able to locate, retrieve, and evaluate information from different sources.
- Understand how to include proper attribution of sources in communication.
- Produce scientific communications such as posters, oral presentations, and technical papers, suitable for presentation at a scientific forum.