Fundamental Learning Competencies (FLC) are the skills, knowledge, and abilities which every student can expect to have the opportunity to achieve through their college experience: from learning opportunities in their major academic programs, from breadth and connections made within and through their general education choices, as well as through co-curricular learning experiences. Download to see the full FLC
The Big 5 Competencies, a subset of the FLC, are:
Departments and colleges are free to assess any of the longer list of the FLC, any of the Big 5 and/or any disciplinary specific learning outcomes as they deem appropriate and relevant to the information they wish to collect.
- Critical Thinking
- Written Communication
- Oral Communication
- Quantitative Literacy
- Information Literacy