How college helps you achieve your goals?

When you earn a degree, you accomplish a big step. You gain knowledge, skills and experience to help you both in your career and in life in general. On top of that, by gaining additional skills in communication and problem solving and achieving your goals, you can also increase your confidence.

Are goals and outcomes the same?

Goals are part of an umbrella spectrum, while outcomes are specific and precise. Goals are generally not measurable, while outcomes are observable and measurable.

What do outcome goals focus on?

Outcome goals are pretty much what they sound like—they’re goals that focus on the end game. We all make them, whether or not we mean to, and that’s not the worst thing. You’re more likely to succeed, though, if you set process goals.

What is an example of an outcome goal?

Outcome Goals – This type of goal refers to the desired end result. These goals are those that compare your performances with those of other athletes. For example, coming in the top five or winning the tournament.