Maine College of Health Professions Learning Assessment Criteria
The Maine College of Health Professions has established learning objectives with outcome statements that all students graduating with an associate degree must meet. We want to ensure that our graduates have a well-rounded education that has prepared them to meet the needs of the healthcare field they have chosen.
The Maine College of Health Professions' Learning Objectives support our mission, vision and purpose. They outline the qualities necessary for a comprehensive education in all of our associate degree programs. Graduates must demonstrate competency in the following areas:
- Outcome: Students will communicate effectively in a variety of situations and on a variety of levels.
- Outcome: Students will think critically and analytically and be able to integrate and synthesize knowledge.
- Outcome: Students will demonstrate competence in the field or area of study.
- Outcome: Students demonstrate, by moral and ethical behavior, the values of integrity, responsibility, perseverance, tolerance of ambiguity, and appreciation of diversity.
- Outcome: Students participate in community service projects and professional societies related to their field of study. They will be seen as valued members of local and professional communities.