The Fisher Outcomes encompass the knowledge, skills, attitudes, and habits of mind that, when acquired, will lead to academic and career success.
Written, Oral, and Visual Communication
Fisher students will be able to communicate effectively and persuasively with diverse audiences, for many purposes, using a variety of methods, technologies, and means of composing.
Inquiry and Analysis
Fisher students will engage in the systematic process of exploring issues, concepts, and artifacts through the collection and analysis of evidence, resulting in informed discussions, conclusions, and actions, and they will incorporate these methodologies into their approaches to problem solving.
Integrative and Applied Learning
Fisher students will integrate knowledge and skills gained in curricular and co-curricular experiences to synthesize and apply these abilities to novel and/or complex situations.
Fisher students will acquire the theoretical knowledge and problem-solving skills necessary to discern the ethical aspects of a situation so that they will produce ethically justifiable positions and take the necessary steps to act morally in academic, personal, and professional contexts.
Collaboration and Leadership
Fisher students will partner with others, in roles varying from team member to leader, to identify, address, and solve complex problems in a constructive and positive manner.
Citizenship and Civic Engagement
Fisher students will be prepared to be active participants in a democracy by applying classroom knowledge to community collaborations.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Fisher students will understand the sociocultural, historical, and political underpinnings of inequality and injustice, and they will acquire skills and knowledge that will enable them to work effectively across human difference in their personal and professional lives.
Content and Discourse of Field
Fisher students will be grounded in one or more disciplines and will be able to understand and apply the methods and tools of those disciplines to solve problems and to understand a field's relationship to their modes of inquiry.
Fisher students will understand and demonstrate effective work habits, and act in the interest of the larger community and workplace.
Career and Self-Development
Fisher students will pursue career paths through continual personal and professional learning, developing awareness of one's strengths and weaknesses, and build effective personal and professional relationships.