Student Learning Outcomes
Upon graduation, Modern Languages students at Washburn University are expected to have met the following outcomes:
- Demonstrate the ability to understand, interpret, discuss and explain a wide variety of written and oral communications in the target language.
- Apply the ability to use with accuracy the grammar, syntax, basic vocabulary and idioms of the target language and to compare these usages with English.
- Demonstrate the ability to explain, compare, and contrast the institutions, history, social practices, and artistic and literary tradition(s) of the countries and culture(s) in which the language is spoken in their socio-historical background and/or their cultural significance.
- Utilize strategies for independent and continuing learning of the target language.
Our most recent departmental assessment data indicate that we are successfully meeting benchmarks for each of our student learning outcomes. Please see our Quality Indicators and Assessment page for links to assessment reports.