Learning Outcomes

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Department Learning Outcomes

Students who engage in the programs, activities, and services provided by Health Promotion and Wellness will [or will be able to] . . .

  • Use harm reduction, helping and/or coping skills that support academic and personal success and contribute to increased resiliency and self-efficacy. (Personal Development & Cognitive and Practical Skills) 

  • Develop wellness-related knowledge, beliefs, and behaviors that promote individual and community well-being. (Social Responsibility, Interpersonal Skills)

  • Deliver/Facilitate programs and services that promote individual and community health and wellness. (Cognitive and Practical Skills, Social Responsibility) 

  • Foster healthy relationships that contribute to an increase in mutual respect and shared responsibility. (Interpersonal Competence)

Program Learning Outcomes

Peer Education

Students who successfully complete peer education training provided by Health Promotion and Wellness and actively participate in implementing and facilitating peer education programs will [or will be able to] . . .

  • Improve their higher-order thinking skills, interpersonal development, intrapersonal development, appreciation and awareness of diversity, and presentation and communication skills, allowing them to assume leadership roles and change agent roles on campus.

Trainings and Workshops

Students who engage in trainings and workshops provided by Health Promotion and Wellness will [or will be able to] . . .

  • Develop attitudes, skills and knowledge which influence their individual behavior change and shift campus culture towards collective responsibility.
  • Increase their knowledge of available resources in order to navigate campus and community systems.

Individual Interactions

Students who engage in individual interactions provided by Health Promotion and Wellness will [or will be able to] . . .

  • Foster self-awareness to understand the relationship between individual and social factors that impact campus and community life.

Student Workers and Interns

Students workers and interns within Health Promotion and Wellness will [or will be able to] . . .

  • Be mentored to learn leadership and other professional skills to support their individual academic and career development.