ACAP Graduate Attributes

Through their study and professional interactions at ACAP, graduates are expected to have developed the following attributes:

1. Communication
The ability to communicate effectively and appropriately in a range of contexts using literacy, numeracy and information technology skills. 

2. Independent and Lifelong Learning
A commitment to continued and independent learning, intellectual development, critical analysis and inquiry, integrative thinking, and creativity.

3. Problem Solving
The ability to problem solve across a range of settings including professional, social and cultural contexts. 

4. Information Literacy
The ability to assimilate, analyse and utilise information effectively in a range of contexts, genres and text types.

5. Innovation and Sustainability
A capacity to promote innovation within a socially sustainable environment.

6. Social Justice
An acknowledgment of and respect for equality of opportunity, individual and civic responsibility, indigenous and other cultures and times, and an appreciation of cultural diversity.

7. Discipline Knowledge and Skills
A command of a significant body of discipline knowledge and relevant professional skills.

8. Ethics and Ethical Practice
An awareness of, and sensitivity to, ethics and ethical standards on interpersonal and social levels, and within a field of study and/or profession. To demonstrate integrity on social, cultural, and environmental issues.

9. Teamwork and Leadership
A capacity for and an understanding of teamwork and leadership.

10. Global Perspective
An appreciation, respect and valuing of cultural and intellectual diversity.