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    Articulating Learning Outcomes in Doctoral Education
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    Council of Graduate Schools
    Monday, November 27, 2017
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    Once associated with undergraduate education, learning outcomes—the knowledge, skills, attitudes and competencies that a degree holder can expect to attain by the end of a degree program—are becoming more central to graduate programs, including PhD programs. This publication reports on a CGS study supported by Lumina Foundation that included surveys and interviews with leaders in higher education and accreditors, and a day-long convening of higher education leaders.

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