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Examples of program learning outcomes

On successful completion of this program, graduates will be able to:


  • describe the fundamental concepts, principles, theories and terminology used in the main branches of science.
  • assess the health care needs of different groups in society.
  • apply the principles and practices of their discipline to new or complex environments.


  • collaborate effectively as part of professional teams and in interdisciplinary contexts.
  • apply effective oral, written and visual communication skills to present a coherent and sustained argument to the public in a specialist area.

Application of knowledge and skills

  • contribute to contemporary artistic and cultural discourses by incorporating ethically aware and globally diverse perspectives in their writing and presentations.
  • demonstrate adherence to professional and ethical frameworks in healthcare services and delivery.
  • engage responsibly and sensitively with cultural, historical and interdisciplinary global contexts in the synthesis of ethical and sustainable design solutions.

Examples of course learning outcomes

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:


  • outline significant curriculum and assessment theories, models and research in the higher-education sector.

  • critically analyse disparate sources of information about WWII.
  • evaluate concepts of race, culture, identity and diversity with regards to indigenous education.


  • plan and develop an independent research project that uses research methodologies that are appropriate to the discipline.
  • communicate through oral presentations using visual, verbal and written information.
  • apply technical skills in creating and formatting digital media content, including 2D animation.

Application of knowledge and skills

  • analyse electrical engineering problems in industrial settings.
  • demonstrate critical reflection on their professional knowledge and skills, incorporating broad subject knowledge and perspectives.
  • communicate architectural and built-environment ideas through the medium of film.