Integrative learning is the process of connecting academics and beyond-the-classroom experiences so that students can apply information and skills to novel and complex issues or challenges. The graduation with distinction requirements will allow students to:

  • Collaborate with students in other disciplines
  • Give students a variety of experiences outside of the classroom
  • Find ways to put the pieces together and develop habits that will prepare them to make informed judgments in the conduct of personal, professional, and civic life
  • Apply learning to real world context

All students who successfully complete the requirements below will receive:

  • A special seal on their diploma
  • A denotation in the graduation program signifying that they have graduated with a distinction
  • A denotation on their academic transcript signifying that they have graduated with a distinction

Graduation with Distinction in Patient Centered Care and Quality & Safety

Relevant - Meaningful - Connected

Graduating with Distinction will enhance your employability by connecting academics with beyond the classroom experiences.

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Requirements

Students desiring to earn distinction should speak with their Academic Advisor to discuss the requirements. In general, to earn a distinction students will:

  • Have a GPA of 2.5 in any major
  • Complete 2 college required learning activities beyond the classroom which relate to patient-centered care (see below).
  • Complete 2 pre-approved additional learning activities beyond the classroom of the student’s choice which relate to patient centered care.
  • Present learning at the integrative Symposium and complete an e-portfolio to showcase experience.

How to Sign Up

All interested students should contact their Academic Advisor for more information.

Application

Access the application here.

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