Questionnaire for Graduates in the BA in Humanities

Did you receive regular and timely advising about the requirements to complete your major while in the B.A. program in Humanities?
Did you receive accurate and helpful advising about the requirements to complete your major while in the B.A. program in Humanities?
Did you work closely with a faculty member on a scholarly or creative project during at least one of your courses?
Did you work closely with a faculty member or members on a scholarly or creative project in more than one course?
Do you feel that you were actively involved in your education in Humanities by participating in individual or group projects, public forums, student groups like the HSA, student panels, class presentations, or interaction with faculty?
Was the feedback about your performance provided by the faculty in the program in Humanities useful in improving your performance?

Rate the success of the B.A. in Humanities in teaching the following skills ("Student Learning Outcomes" or "SLOs"), with 1 being the lowest and 5 being the highest:

SLO3b: The ability to assess the effectiveness and value of a given cultural artifact using standards appropriate to the medium and cultural origin of the work.
SLO4a: The ability to make clear, well organized, and substantive written presentations.
SLO4b: The ability to make clear, well organized, and substantive oral presentations.
SLO5: The ability to read and comprehend beginning or intermediate level prose in a foreign language.
SLO6: The ability to demonstrate a broad understanding of some of the following as they pertain to a foreign nation or culture: its art, architecture, language, literature, politics and current events, history, ethnography, geography, religion, philosophy, music, or theater.
SLOz: An ability to appreciate perspectives and traditions other than one's own.

Rank the following skills taught by the B.A. in Humanities ("Student Learning Outcomes" or "SLOs") in relevance and significance to your current employment, with 1 being of little or no relevance and 5 being highly relevant:

SLO1: The ability to demonstrate knowledge of the development of an artistic form or medium or a religious, philosophical, or artistic tradition.
SLO2: The ability to apply a methodological approach employed by an academic discipline in the humanities.
SLO3b: The ability to assess the effectiveness and value of a given cultural artifact using standards appropriate to the medium and cultural origin of the work.
SLOz: An ability to appreciate perspectives and traditions other than one's own.

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