One of the basic objectives of the University could be defined as attempting to insure that the following generation be better, wiser, and more knowledgeable than the present one. This assumes that the University's educational program is capable of changing student behavior in a specified direction as a result of definite courses of instruction. If such a change in student behavior does occur, then one could claim that the courses have been effective.



student evaluation, improved instruction, student behavior

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