- Provost's Office
- About the Provost's Office
- Faculty and Administrative Affairs
- Academic Affairs and Learning Initiatives (AALI)
- Assessment of Student Learning
- Common Academic Program (CAP)
- CAP Advising and Approved Course Lists
- What is CAP?
- CAP Committees
- CAP Components
- CAP Course Proposals
- Course Development Grants
- CAP Video Library
- CAP News
- A to Z Index
- Diversity and Inclusion
- Educational Leadership Council (ELC)
- Stander Symposium
- UD Speaker Series
What is unique and valued about CAP?
- The CAP intentionally sequences courses so that over time students build knowledge of and expertise in understanding, analyzing, and demonstrating the seven central learning goals and outcomes.
- The CAP calls on students to integrate what they learn by requiring them to take courses which intentionally cross disciplinary boundaries and incorporate relevant non-classroom experiences.
- The CAP emphasizes assessment of student learning to guide continual course improvement.
- Students are engaged through application of knowledge in learning centered tasks.
- Professional and vocational learning opportunities are expansive and include skills valued by employers: communication, decision-making, and critical thinking.