Proposed Institutional Learning Outcomes and Rubrics
General education and institutional learning outcomes are in the final phase of revision. Outcomes and rubrics have been fully vetted by faculty and administrators and, as a final step, will be presented for curriculum action in September 2019 to be effective for the 2019-2010 academic year. A large-scale assessment project using the newly revised outcomes and rubrics was completed in 2018-2019; results will be presented when ready in Fall 2019.
Effectively articulate in written, oral, and nonverbal formats while responding to the needs of various audiences.
Apply evaluative, creative, and reflective thinking to form justifiable conclusions.
Ethically and effectively locate, evaluate, and use information to create and share knowledge.
Science, Technology, Engineering
& Mathematics (S.T.E.M.)
Employ a variety of quantitative or scientific methods or technology to analyze and apply information, design and evaluate processes, draw conclusions, and propose solutions related to S.T.E.M. content.
Explore diverse socio-cultural perspectives, evaluate their influence on society and history, and demonstrate an understanding of social responsibility.