1. Synthesize theoretical and research concepts from multiple perspectives to inform inquiry and practice.
    1. Foster creativity – transition to meet the new world through practitioner and applied methods.
    2. Develop cognitive & methodological flexibility and adaptability.
    3. Encourage resilience in the face of impasses (in the environment).
    4. Actively contribute to the body of knowledge.
    5. Demonstrate and apply knowledge as a reflective practitioner.


  1. Formulate creative responses to complex issues through critical analysis.
    1. We have the “notion” to change the world through our graduate work capstones.
    2. Through our graduate work, we strive toward “impact,” modeling good research and problem-solving.
    3. Connect with meaningful internships and/or clinical practice opportunities that demonstrate our commitment to the research practitioner’s model.
    4. We will document the impact of our capstones, projects, or theses on organizations, corporations, community, and society.
    5. Organizations and the people they serve do better as a result of our student’s work with them.
    6. Is this true?


  1. Model ethical and professional behaviors to guide inquiry and practice in a global and diverse society.
    1. Exemplify Christian service within their organizations and communities.
    2. A sense of professionalism.
    3. Communicate respectfully and effectively.
    4. Pursue opportunity from a sense of Christian vocation.
    5. Demonstrate and encourage lifelong learning.


  • Consult the specific Program Handbook Supplement for program outcomes.

Last modified: January 25, 2018