Engaging Faculty and Students in Attribute Development across a Generalist Degree

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In generalist degrees such as the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Arts, students can take any number of combinations of subjects. Tracking their progress in regard to graduate attributes (GA) development is particularly difficult. We describe how we mapped GA development for commonly chosen pathways in the BSc and BA (generalist degrees) and faculty ‐ defined pathways (specialist degrees). We will discuss how the mapped courses enabled engagement of both students and staff.
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Kofod, Michelle
Quinnell, Rosanne
Rifkin, Will
Brawley, Sean
Whitaker, Noel
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2008
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