Institutional Learning Outcomes
- Critical Thinking
Select, evaluate, and use information to investigate a point of view, support a conclusion, or engage in problem solving.
Produce, combine, or synthesize ideas in creative ways within or across disciplines.
Use language to effectively convey an idea or a set of facts, including the accurate use of source material and evidence according to institutional and discipline standards.
Understand and interpret various points of view that emerge from a diverse world of peoples and cultures.
- Quantitative Reasoning
Represent complex data in various mathematical forms (e.g., equations, graphs, diagrams, tables, and words) and analyze these data to draw appropriate conclusions.
*The Institutional Learning Outcomes parallel our General Education Learning Outcomes which the Curriculum Committee APPROVED 11/18/11. The Institutional Learning Outcomes were revised and adopted by the ASGC (11/14/13) and Planning & Budgeting Council (11/20/13).
Program Learning Outcomes
Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs) may be found on individual department pages:
- Biological Sciences
- Business Administration
- Business Management
- Chemical Laboratory Technology
- Communication Studies
- Computer Business Office Technology
- Computer Information Science
- Early Childhood Education/Child Development
- Earth Science
- English As A Second Language
- Fashion Design And Merchandising
- Human Services
- Interdisciplinary Studies
- Interior Design
- International Business
- Kinesiology, Athletics & Dance
- Latin American Studies
- Medical Assisting
- Multimedia Art And Technology
- Physical Sciences
- Political Science
- Radiologic Technology
- Social Sciences
- Theatre Arts
- University Transfer
See the Student Services Planning Council site for additional Student Learning Outcomes.