Program Learning Outcomes and Competencies

  1. Adaptive Leadership Capacity – An enhanced ability to anticipate, detect, and adapt more consciously to changes in an organization, institution or society. Exhibit the capacity to make innovative contributions and assume leadership roles that promote intelligent and humane application of the problem-decision-action cycle.
  1. Aesthetic Sensibility – An enhanced awareness and sensitivity to relationships among the natural world, arts, symbolism, ritual, design, and human concerns and behavior. Develop a worldview imbued with aesthetics.
  1. Archetypal Psychological Sensibility – A capacity to identify, analyze, and elucidate images, symbols, metaphors, psychological complexes and other unconscious dynamics. Develop a capacity for self-reflection and engagement in intrapsychic, interpersonal, and collaborative relationships.
  1. Communication Competence – The ability to use the processes of reading, writing, speaking, listening and observing to effectively acquire, develop, and convey ideas and information. Communicate effectively to create a purposeful message designed to increase awareness or knowledge, to foster understanding, and to promote reflection and potential change in the listeners’ attitudes, values, beliefs, or behaviors.
  1. Creative and Critical Thinking – Qualitatively and quantitatively evaluate issues from a variety of distinct thought processes that include creativity, imagination, novelty, rationality, logic and coherence.
  1. Ecopsychological Ethos – Demonstrate a commitment to living a psychological life; to being active participants in a co-reciprocal ecological world that requires our attention, responsibility, and care.
  1. Integrity and Ecological Ethics – Develops an ecological ethics that continually questions and examines one’s integrity and how one should best live and act in relationship to self, others and the natural world with a conscious understanding of their consequences.
  1. Motivation for Lifelong Learning – Establish a commitment to explore, question, and deepen personal consciousness, expand their curiosity about the world we live in, and persist in educating one’s self throughout a lifetime.
  1. Personal Identity – Acquire a sense of personal worth, integrity, and self-confidence that arise from the experiences of studying the natural world, and diverse cultures as an effective vehicle for gaining a sense of one’s place in the world as an individual and global citizen.
  1. Professional Identity – Increase the knowledge, skills, and ecopsychological practices that can be utilized across all vocational sectors or industries, as their professional identity both parallels and supplements their educational and life goals of developing a sense of success in the world.
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