Stronger Testimony of Jesus Christ
Express a stronger testimony of Jesus Christ and of his gospel.
Work hard and appreciate hard work.
Master Accounting and Business Content
Demonstrate mastery of content areas of accounting and business.
Think critically: Evaluate information objectively through research, data analysis, and technical knowledge resulting in high quality professional judgments.
Use Technology: Become comfortable and curious using technology to solve problems and enhance performance.
Greg, I like those words, "comforable" and "curious" as attitudes students develop toward technology. I wonder if your sources of evidence really help you demonstrate those things--beyond a level of proficiency. I'm not suggesting you get rid of them, just think about how you might go beyond the current evidence you are using to support the claim.
Interact with Others
Interact with others: Act ethically, work well with others, communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, appreciate and leverage diversity, embrace culture, and be able to lead and to follow.
Greg, that heading "Interact with Others is a description of an activity, not an outcome. In addition, the actual descriptin of the outcomes is a triple-barreled list of outcomes--all of them very good and very important for professional development. i would suggest some streamlining on this one. Perhaps a focus on behaving ethically and working effectively in groups. I think communicating effectively is an additional outcome, but it could be included with leading and following.
Embrace Continuous Learning
Embrace continuous Learning: Actively engage in continuous improvement, desirous and able to be self-taught and learn new concepts.
Greg, we'll probably need to talk about this outcome. I always think of "Lifelong learning" as opposed to continous learning. The second can be demonstrated during the course of a program. the First is something that would have to be measured over time and following graduation from a program. What you have here may work well for "continuous learning." I haven't thought about this in this way before.