General Education Student Learning Outcomes are acquired through learning opportunities in and out of the classroom during a student's time at the College. 

LACC graduates with an associate degree will demonstrate competence in five areas of learning:


1. Broad & Integrative Knowledge.  Graduates will be able to consolidate broad knowledge across multiple areas of learning from the arts and humanities, natural sciences, mathematics, and social sciences and to discover and explore concepts and questions that bridge these fields. 


2. Intellectual Skills. Graduates will exhibit the skills of aesthetic awareness, communication competency, critical & creative thinking, information competency and quantitative competency.

3.  Global Learning & Social Responsibility. Graduates will demonstrate civic engagement, diverse perspectives and ethical reasoning.

4.  Lifelong & Applied Learning. Graduates will be able to apply their knowledge to address unscripted problems in     scholarly inquiry, at work and in other non-academic settings.Lifelong & Applied Learning. Graduates will be able to apply their knowledge to address unscripted problems in scholarly inquiry, at work and in other non-academic settings.

5.  Specialized Knowledge. Graduates will exhibit the proficiencies identified in the program student learning   outcomes (PSLOs) with respect to their major field of study. 

​​​