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Curriculum Matrix

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Student Learning Outcomes

SOSC 210

SOSC 300

SOSC 301

SOSC 302

SOSC 303

SOSC 489

SOSC 495

SOSC 510

SOSC 511

SOSC 560

1. Written Communication

P

P

 

P

P

 

P/M

M

M

P/M

2. Oral Communication

P

P

P

P

P

 

M

M

P/M

P/M

3. Quantitative Reasoning

P/M

 

P

 

 

 

M

P/M

 

 

4. Diversity

 

I

P

P/M

P/M

 

 

P/M

P/M

 

5. Information Literacy

I

 

I

I

 

P

P

P

P

P

6. Critical Thinking

 

P/M

P

P

P

P

M

P/M

P/M

M

I”- Introductory- Students are encountering instruction on the SLO.

P”- Practice- The course offers opportunities for students to “practice” the skill or apply the skill/knowledge.

M”- Mastery- Does not imply that the student is an expert. It would be used to identify when it would be expected that the student performance is at the desired level we would like to see in a college graduate.

 

For further description of the SLOs see below:

 

Student Learning Outcomes (revised 3/2016)

 

1. Written Communication: Students can express ideas in concise, coherent and grammatically correct prose.

2. Oral Communication: Students can deliver effective presentations using appropriate academic discourse and technologies.

3. Quantitative Reasoning: Students can interpret, analyze, and display quantitative information.

4. Diversity: Students will demonstrate knowledge of diverse cultural, ethnic, and social groups.

5. Information Literacy: Students can locate, evaluate and use needed information and sources in an ethical and legal manner.

6. Critical Thinking: Students can apply theories to real world situations in a reasoned and reflective manner by utilizing evidenced based methods from multiple disciplines.

Revised 3/9/16