Course Development Toolbox

A library of resources to help you develop a UB Curriculum course

UB Curriculum Program Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of the UB Curriculum students will: 

  1. Attain and apply knowledge in written, oral and visual communication; mathematics and quantitative reasoning; and natural sciences. 
  2. Acquire, apply, analyze, evaluate and integrate knowledge from a wide range of disciplines. 
  3. Attain and apply critical thinking skills to define and solve problems. 
  4. Demonstrate an understanding of human and cultural diversity within local and global contexts. 
  5. Acquire the knowledge, skills, technologies, ethical judgment and personal responsibility for effective citizenship, professional leadership, and lifelong learning. 


Center for Educational Innovation

CEI staff provides support for course design, course redesign and pedagogical innovation, as well as for the articulation of learning outcomes and development of student assessments for the UB Curriculum.  Learn more about CEI.

Center for Excellence in Writing

Faculty looking to design or redesign courses for Communication Literacy 2 are encouraged to consult the CEW's Writing in the Disciplines resources.