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Traditionally, particularly for professional undergraduate programs, the relevant program accrediting body has been a strong influence in specifying program graduate attributes. For example, for undergraduate engineering programs in Australia, the program accrediting body (Engineers Australia) requires that...
Graduates from an accredited [engineering] program should have the following attributes:
Where the University also articulates a list of graduate attributes, a program would normally be expected to incorporate those graduate attributes as well. Apart from addressing these internal and external program accreditation requirements, there is a growing awareness that there are other important stakeholders that have a valid claim in contributing to the definition of a relevant, comprehensive and contemporary set of graduate attributes for a particular program, including:
What methods/processes/reference points does your School use for identifying an appropriate list of graduate attributes for the program(s) that you contribute to? If you are unsure, what methods/processes/reference points could your School use?