Student Learning Outcomes
The Principles of Undergraduate Learning comprise a common, campus-wide articulation of expectations for baccalaureate degree recipients. They define a set of higher order abilities and skills that all undergraduates are expected to master, providing a focused statement of expectations for all undergraduate students, no matter what their major, and a common framework for assessing and evaluating academic programs. They also supply the foundation for a concept of general education built upon common cognitive experiences and deliberately sequenced intellectual development, continuing from the freshman year through the major to graduation. Thus, the PULs are introduced to beginning students in their First-Year Seminars, woven into introductory courses across the campus, and incorporated into majors, which generally include capstone courses designed as culminating experiences that integrate the six PULs with one another and with the content of the major.
- Computer and Information Science
- Environmental Science
- Forensic and Investigative Sciences
- Interdisciplinary Studies
Expanding Interest, Increasing Diversity and Improving Student Success
From the classroom to the lab, on campus and in the community, the School of Science at IUPUI is changing the face of science and science education in Indiana. Learn more about our innovative teaching and learning methods, diversity initiatives, and outreach programs.