The Leadership in Higher Education Program has developed the following outcomes:
A) Apply appropriate developmental and leadership theory for effective professional practice in student and academic affairs.
B) Demonstrate an understanding of the historical, philosophical and cultural contexts of their professional practice.
C) Use the tools of inquiry to assess the effectiveness of their own and established programs.
D) Provide evidence of the ability to take multiple perspectives in their roles, i.e., administrative, developmental, multi-cultural, etc.
E) Develop the leadership skill of reflective practice, focusing in particular on ethical decision-making.
F) Demonstrate the leadership ability to analyze policy, assess student’s needs, create, implement, and evaluate programs, and foster environments that enhance student learning in all areas of campus life.