From broad-based discussions within the Bay Path community, we were able to distinguish the learning experiences for each student that defines our unique approach to education. We call them Bay Path’s thumbprint. Those thumbprint attributes are directly linked to institutional learning outcomes that shape a student’s core values and knowledge—a foundation that ensures lifelong personal and professional success.
Apply the principles of critical thinking to engage as agents of transformation in their own intellectual and professional development, and as members of their communities.
Understand that learning is a disposition that students build by demonstrating the ability to integrate and apply learning to meet 21st Century workplace needs and demands.
Independently apply skills, theories, and learning to an evolving economy and career path.
Demonstrate independence and perspectives needed to develop the capacity to assume leadership roles in professional, family and community life.
Participate in hands-on experiential learning projects and/or academic research that foster self-discovery and an active contribution in the community.
Effectively and responsibly use information by utilizing various modes of technology to support, foster, and connect learning across the entire educational experience.
Act in a supportive manner that recognizes the value and complexity of a multi-cultural perspective through academic travel opportunities and a focus on affirming diversity within the Bay Path community.
Recognize the value of gained knowledge and skills to perform and achieve at a level commensurate with degree level and 21st Century workplace demands.
Demonstrate an ability to address real world problems from a variety of perspectives. Recognize ethical dimensions and implications for personal and professional decision making.
Appreciate the value of the Bay Path experience by analyzing one’s own educational journey.