Mapping Master’s Program Outcomes

Our graduate programs in Family Studies and Gerontology are designed to help students to meet each of these nine program outcomes:

  • Outcome 1: Developing literary research skills
  • Outcome 2: Understanding and applying the critical-ecological model to identify intervention points
  • Outcome 3: Identifying roles and responsibilities in relation to the Continuum of Prevention
  • Outcome 4: Analyzing processes/outcomes in programs/policies
  • Outcome 5: Developing professional attitudes and behaviours that recognize diversity
  • Outcome 6: Understanding ethical standards of practice
  • Outcome 7: Understanding concepts such as empowerment, social support, and critical pedagogy
  • Outcome 8: Understanding social aspects of individual and population aging
  • Outcome 9: Developing an advanced understanding of family dynamics across the life course

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