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UMD Graduate Program Goals and Learning Outcomes

UMD Graduate Programs have goals and learning outcomes that align with the following 5 categories:

  1. Knowledge and Scholarly Formation
  2. Research and Methodological Skills Relevant to Field
  3. Communication Skills
  4. Leadership and Collaborative Skills
  5. Cultural Competence and Global Context Formation of the Field

View the Goals and Learning Outcomes for each program below:

Applied and Computational Mathematics, MS
Business Administration, MBA
Chemical Engineering, MSChE
Chemistry, MS
Civil Engineering, MS
Communication Sciences and Disorders, MA
Computer Science, MS
Education, Master of, MEd
Education Administration Specialist, EdS
Education - Teaching and Learning, EdD
Electrical Engineering, MSEE
Engineering Management, MSEM
Engineering, Mechanical, MSME
Engineering, Professional Master, MEng
English, MA
Environmental Education, MEEd
Environmental Health and Safety, MEHS
Geological Sciences, MS
Integrated Biosciences
Liberal Studies, MLS
Music, MM
Physics, MS
Psychological Science, MA
Social Work, MSW
Tribal Administration and Governance, MTAG
Tribal Resource and Environmental Stewardship, MTRES 
Water Resources Science