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By Cindy McCarthy, an instructor in the School of Business As an instructor, I always seek to push my students in new ways. I want them...Read More
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|What Did We Study?||What Did We Do After Data Collection?|
|Course: Composition Sequence||
|Program Outcome: Demonstrating concepts in oral and written form using Standard English appropriate to the subject, audience, and purpose.|
|Assessment Activity: Exit Essays in Composition I and Composition II graded with a rubric|
|Course: Principles of Computer Application||
|Program Outcome: Employing technologies appropriate to specific situations.|
|Assessment Activity: Final Exam graded with a rubric|
|Baseline Core Competency Assessment|
|Course: Introduction to Integrative Studies||
|Program Outcome:COMMUNICATIONPresenting concepts in oral and written form for appropriate subject, audience, and purpose.
CRITICAL READING AND THINKING
Analysis of data and consideration of different points of view.
Applying basic computations to real-world problem solving.
RESEARCH AND SYNTHESIS OF INFORMATION
Identifying credible source material for reasoned conclusions.
Employing technologies appropriate to specific situations.