The Guidelines for University Undergraduate Degree Level Expectations were developed by the Ontario Council of Academic Vice-Presidents, and act as a framework for the expression of degree level ...

Guidelines for University Undergraduate Degree Level Expectations

Published: December 16, 2005

The Guidelines for University Undergraduate Degree Level Expectations were developed by the Ontario Council of Academic Vice-Presidents, and act as a framework for the expression of degree level expectations of graduates of Baccalaureate/Bachelors programs of Ontario’s publicly assisted universities. The guidelines express the expected learning outcomes, skills, and creative and intellectual development that university undergraduates should possess upon completion of their degree.

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