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Institutional Learning Outcomes

Institutional learning outcomes are the knowledge, skills and abilities that all graduates are expected to demonstrate upon graduation from Marshall B. Ketchum University. These outcomes have been classified into five domains:

  1. Communication: MBKU graduates demonstrate competence in listening, reading, speaking, writing and interpersonal skills. 
  2. Analytical reasoning and problem solving: MBKU graduates demonstrate competence in assimilation, evaluation and interpretation of evidence from multiple sources; and the application of that information to achieve optimal patient outcomes.
  3. Interprofessional health education: MBKU graduates demonstrate competence as members of the health care team to provide quality health care services in an interprofessional environment.
  4. Health information, literacy and lifelong learning: MBKU graduates demonstrate ongoing competence to identify and analyze evidence-based health information in formulating successful outcomes for patients.
  5. Professionalism: MBKU graduates demonstrate their professional competence with published standards of practice and codes of conduct as health care professionals.