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					Students who
complete this
program of
studies will be                                                                           UA/
able to:          (fill in Program SLOs below):         PC       I/TL ML   SI   EC   CC   H

                  Demonstrate the ability to
                  communicate through written, oral
                  and nonverbal methods with client,
                  family, community representatives,
                  medical personnel, and the public                             X    X

                  Uphold appropriate professional
                  behaviors, values and attitudes
                  that are in alignment with the Code
                  of Ethics                                  1                  X    X

                  Practice in a variety of settings
                  utilizing safe techniques and be
                  able to consider a range of
                  diversity issues that impact the
                  occupational needs of the client               X         X         X

                  Achieve entry level competence
                  and understand the importance of
                  lifelong learning to maintain
                  competence                          X          X
                  Promote and support the
                  profession of occupational therapy,
                  emerging practice areas and
                  community service                   X

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                                                                                                PC1




                                                                                                PC2

                                                                                                PC3
PC4



PC5


PC6




Code

AH1



AH2



AH3



AH4

Code


IT1




IT2



IT3




Code
CC1
CC2



CC3




CC4
Code

EC1




EC2




EC3
EC4

EC5
Code

ML1




ML2




ML3
Code
SI1




SI2
SI3




SI4



SI5
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Productive Citizenry
Identify and analyze
ethical problems or
dilemmas as well as
identify and describe
those involved.
Demonstrate academic
integrity.
Comprehend and apply
the rights,
responsibilities, and
privileges required of an
informed citizen in a
democratic society.
Demonstrate an
understanding of civic,
social, and
environmental issues.
Analyze, apply, and
practice healthy lifestyle
choices.
Apply principles of
personal financial
planning and
management.

Understanding of the
Arts and Humanities
Analyze and evaluate
music as well as the
visual and performing
arts.
Demonstrate basic
knowledge of the arts,
literature, history, and
philosophy.
Utilize knowledge of
history and philosophy
in decision-making.

Develop creative
expression.
Informational and
Technological Literacy

Utilize basic computer
applications effectively
when performing tasks
that necessitate
computer use.

Conduct research,
critically assess, utilize,
and cite information.

Synthesize, integrate,
and contextualize
multiple outside sources
with individual voice,
analysis, or position.

Cultural Competence
Demonstrate knowledge
of one’s own culture as
well as others.
Demonstrate the ability
to interact effectively
within and across
cultures.
Analyze and describe
the impact religion,
mass media, politics,
economics, technology,
environment, and
history has on society.


Demonstrate the ability
to communicate
effectively in a language
other than one’s own.




Effective
Communication
Apply oral
communication skills in
order to maintain
relationships, articulate
perspectives, and solve
problems within
interpersonal, small
group, and public
contexts.

Apply listening skills in
order to understand,
analyze, and evaluate
messages and to
empathize with and
support others.

Read critically and
analytically, identifying
central arguments and
lines of reasoning in a
number of different
kinds of texts.

Demonstrate autonomy
as writers by making
effective rhetorical
choices regarding point
of view, tone, and voice
in relation to audience
and purpose.
Use logical, ethical, and
emotional appeals,
avoiding logical
fallacies in thought and
language and utilizing a
variety of rhetorical
strategies.




Mathematical Literacy

Apply mathematical
principles to solve
problems effectively in
science, business, and
everyday life.
Demonstrate a sense of
number to make
informed decisions,
estimate orders of
magnitude, read a chart
or a graph, and follow
an argument based on
numerical evidence.

Apply statistical
numeracy by making
sensible estimates, use a
commonsense approach
when using data to
support an argument,
and judiciously apply
averages and
percentages.


Scientific Inquiry
Analyze and apply the
principles of the social,
behavioral, physical,
and natural sciences.

Apply scientific
methods of inquiry and
analysis through critical
reading, research, and
experimentation.
Employ quantitative
reasoning to solve
problems and justify
conclusions with
reasoned and
scientifically sound
argument.
Distinguish between
unverifiable beliefs and
the knowledge gained
through the objectivity
of science.
Correctly analyze and
assess cause and effect
relationships in natural
phenomena.
COURSE # SLO

                 Describe the Standard Anatomic Position as employed in
                 descriptive orthopedic anatomy, positioning and
OT 110         1 direction of motion.
                 Describe skeletal anatomy, of each joint region as
               2 related to structure and function.
                 Describe the position, origin and insertion of individual
                 muscle and the synergistic function of muscle groups as
               3 relates to each joint region.

                 Describe and relate the motor and sensory neurologic
               4 innervations of specific muscle groups.
                 Describe and relate specific vascular system to each
               5 joint region.
                 Define, Analyze and correlate the functional significance
                 of orthopedic anatomy as relates to specific, normal
               6 physiology.



                   Demonstrate the specifics and principles of the
                   standards of practice related to patient and technologist
OT 111         1   safety based upon the O.S.H.A. and C.D.C. Guidelines.
                   Demonstrate skills required to safely employ materials,
                   devices and methods as used in the application of
               2   Orthopedic care modalities.
                   Describe and demonstrate skills required to properly
                   construct and assess specific casts, orthoses, and
                   traction. Differentiate the appropriate application for
               3   each.
                   Name and identify orthopedic operative
               4   instrumentation and

               5 Assemble sets related to specialty surgical procedures.
                 Describe and apply skills required for surgical sterile
                 technique relating to gowning, gloving and sterile
               6 protocol, as well as aseptic technique.

                 Students will be able to identify, examine, and assess a
                 component of the discipline in a study of individualized
OT 199         1 content

                 Define and describe the skeletal physiology of
                 orthopedic pathology and trauma as relates to fracture
                 types, patterns and the biology of connective tissue
OT 210         1 repair.
             Define and describe specific Orthopedic examinations
             and tests employed in the diagnosis of specific
         2   pathology and trauma.
             Define and describe specific disease processes related
         3   to musculoskeletal anatomy.
             Describe and define pediatric vs. adult trauma and
             differentiate how each compares and contrasts both in
         4   diagnosis and treatment.
             Name, describe and relate orthopedic surgical
             procedures specific to each anatomic region and
         5   diagnosis.
             Describe and define standard Orthopedic conservative
             treatment modalities as related to musculoskeletal
         6   regions.

             repare and construct specific designs for synthetic
             materials and analyze their appropriate application to
OT 211   1   treatment plans.
             Formulate articulation designs for standard casts. Apply
             each to injury and biomechanical as well as physiological
         2   advantages over the standard.
             Describe and demonstrate knowledge of prefabricated
         3   as well as custom bracing systems.
             Describe and demonstrate Orthopedic specialty
             assessment exams and correlate their meaning with
         4   pathology.

           Describe and demonstrate the specific construction and
           evaluate the resultant effect of all aspects of manual,
         5 skin and skeletal traction techniques.



           Demonstrate application of standards of
OT 212   1 professionalism and behavior in the clinical setting.
           Demonstrate direct application of patient and
           technologist safety as defined by O.S.H.A. and C.D.C.
         2 Guidelines

           Demonstrate ability to analyze, communicate and apply
           written and verbal orders and prepare and construct
         3 direct patient care modalities accurately.
           Evaluate patient orthopedic conditions by describing,
           analyzing, applying and reporting standard orthopedic
         4 tests.
           Demonstrate and apply sensitivity to specific cultural
           diversity of staff and patients as relates to
         5 communications and patient care.
           Plan, arrange, analyze and construct specific orthopedic
           treatment modalities as listed on the Competency List
         6 for Hospital Practicum

           Demonstrate advanced communication skills, both
           written and verbal and their accurate recording and
OT 214   1 translation.
           Describe, plan, construct appropriate Orthopedic
         2 modalities of patient care.

             Demonstrate operating room sterile protocols to
             include gowning and gloving as well as all aspects of
         3   sterile technique and operating room etiquette.
             Describe and demonstrate operating room setup and
         4   radiation safety protocol.
             Describe, construct, apply and analyze advanced casts,
             orthoses, wound care and traction in clinical, ward, ER
         5   and SICU environments.
             Demonstrate primary assist skills in aseptic, sterile,
         6   O.R., E.R. and trauma procedures.

           A: Students will be able to define and analyze
           components of the discipline within a specialized topic
OT 299   1 of the discipline.
           B: Students will be able to define, analyze, and
           synthesize components of the discipline within a
         2 specialized topic of the discipline.
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COURSE #   SLO                                                                   Exams Study activity Tests   ion     s           ment    Exam



                   Describe the Standard Anatomic Position as employed in
                   descriptive orthopedic anatomy, positioning and
OT 110           1 direction of motion.                                      x         x
                   Describe skeletal anatomy, of each joint region as
                 2 related to structure and function.                        x         x
                   Describe the position, origin and insertion of individual
                   muscle and the synergistic function of muscle groups as
                 3 relates to each joint region.                             x         x

                   Describe and relate the motor and sensory neurologic
                 4 innervations of specific muscle groups.                   x         x
                   Describe and relate specific vascular system to each
                 5 joint region.                                             x         x
                   Define, Analyze and correlate the functional significance
                   of orthopedic anatomy as relates to specific, normal
                 6 physiology.                                               x         x


                     Demonstrate the specifics and principles of the
                     standards of practice related to patient and technologist
OT 111           1   safety based upon the O.S.H.A. and C.D.C. Guidelines.                            x                x          x       x
                     Demonstrate skills required to safely employ materials,
                     devices and methods as used in the application of
                 2   Orthopedic care modalities.                                                      x                x          x       x
                     Describe and demonstrate skills required to properly
                     construct and assess specific casts, orthoses, and
                     traction. Differentiate the appropriate application for
                 3   each.                                                                            x                x          x       x
                     Name and identify orthopedic operative
                 4   instrumentation and                                                              x                x          x       x

                 5 Assemble sets related to specialty surgical procedures.                            x                x          x       x
                   Describe and apply skills required for surgical sterile
                   technique relating to gowning, gloving and sterile
                 6 protocol, as well as aseptic technique.                                            x                x          x       x

                   Students will be able to identify, examine, and assess a
                   component of the discipline in a study of individualized
OT 199           1 content                                                                                                                x
             Define and describe the skeletal physiology of
             orthopedic pathology and trauma as relates to fracture
             types, patterns and the biology of connective tissue
OT 210   1   repair.                                                     x
             Define and describe specific Orthopedic examinations
             and tests employed in the diagnosis of specific
         2   pathology and trauma.                                       x
             Define and describe specific disease processes related
         3   to musculoskeletal anatomy.                                 x
             Describe and define pediatric vs. adult trauma and
             differentiate how each compares and contrasts both in
         4   diagnosis and treatment.                                    x
             Name, describe and relate orthopedic surgical
             procedures specific to each anatomic region and
         5   diagnosis.                                                  x
             Describe and define standard Orthopedic conservative
             treatment modalities as related to musculoskeletal
         6   regions.                                                    x

             repare and construct specific designs for synthetic
             materials and analyze their appropriate application to
OT 211   1   treatment plans.                                                x   x   x
             Formulate articulation designs for standard casts. Apply
             each to injury and biomechanical as well as physiological
         2   advantages over the standard.                                   x   x   x
             Describe and demonstrate knowledge of prefabricated
         3   as well as custom bracing systems.                              x   x   x
             Describe and demonstrate Orthopedic specialty
             assessment exams and correlate their meaning with
         4   pathology.                                                      x   x   x

           Describe and demonstrate the specific construction and
           evaluate the resultant effect of all aspects of manual,
         5 skin and skeletal traction techniques.                            x   x   x


             Demonstrate application of standards of
OT 212   1 professionalism and behavior in the clinical setting.
           Demonstrate direct application of patient and
           technologist safety as defined by O.S.H.A. and C.D.C.
         2 Guidelines

           Demonstrate ability to analyze, communicate and apply
           written and verbal orders and prepare and construct
         3 direct patient care modalities accurately.
           Evaluate patient orthopedic conditions by describing,
           analyzing, applying and reporting standard orthopedic
         4 tests.
           Demonstrate and apply sensitivity to specific cultural
           diversity of staff and patients as relates to
         5 communications and patient care.
           Plan, arrange, analyze and construct specific orthopedic
           treatment modalities as listed on the Competency List
         6 for Hospital Practicum

           Demonstrate advanced communication skills, both
           written and verbal and their accurate recording and
OT 214   1 translation.
           Describe, plan, construct appropriate Orthopedic
         2 modalities of patient care.

             Demonstrate operating room sterile protocols to
             include gowning and gloving as well as all aspects of
         3   sterile technique and operating room etiquette.
             Describe and demonstrate operating room setup and
         4   radiation safety protocol.
             Describe, construct, apply and analyze advanced casts,
             orthoses, wound care and traction in clinical, ward, ER
         5   and SICU environments.
             Demonstrate primary assist skills in aseptic, sterile,
         6   O.R., E.R. and trauma procedures.

           A: Students will be able to define and analyze
           components of the discipline within a specialized topic
OT 299   1 of the discipline.                                          x
           B: Students will be able to define, analyze, and
           synthesize components of the discipline within a
         2 specialized topic of the discipline.                        x
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                                                                       Spring   Fall   Spring   Fall   Spring   Fall   Spring   Fall   Spring   Fall
COURSE #   SLO                                                         2009     2009   2010     2010   2011     2011   2012     2012   2013     2013




                   Describe the Standard Anatomic Position as
OT                 employed in descriptive orthopedic anatomy,
110              1 positioning and direction of motion.                                         x

                     Describe skeletal anatomy, of each joint region
                 2 as related to structure and function.                                        x
                   Describe the position, origin and insertion of
                   individual muscle and the synergistic function
                   of muscle groups as relates to each joint
                 3 region.                                                                      x
                   Describe and relate the motor and sensory
                   neurologic innervations of specific muscle
                 4 groups.                                                                      x
                   Describe and relate specific vascular system to
                 5 each joint region.                                                           x

                   Define, Analyze and correlate the functional
                   significance of orthopedic anatomy as relates
                 6 to specific, normal physiology.                                              x

                   Demonstrate the specifics and principles of the
                   standards of practice related to patient and
OT                 technologist safety based upon the O.S.H.A.
111              1 and C.D.C. Guidelines.                                                       x

                   Demonstrate skills required to safely employ
                   materials, devices and methods as used in the
                 2 application of Orthopedic care modalities.                                   x

                     Describe and demonstrate skills required to
                     properly construct and assess specific casts,
                     orthoses, and traction. Differentiate the
                 3   appropriate application for each.                                          x
                     Name and identify orthopedic operative
                 4   instrumentation and                                                        x
                     Assemble sets related to specialty surgical
                 5   procedures.                                                                x
                     Describe and apply skills required for surgical
                     sterile technique relating to gowning, gloving
                     and sterile protocol, as well as aseptic
                 6   technique.                                                                 x
                     **WILL ASSESS WHEN OFFERED**
        Students will be able to identify, examine, and
OT      assess a component of the discipline in a study
199   1 of individualized content



        Define and describe the skeletal physiology of
        orthopedic pathology and trauma as relates to
OT      fracture types, patterns and the biology of
210   1 connective tissue repair.                          x

        Define and describe specific Orthopedic
        examinations and tests employed in the
      2 diagnosis of specific pathology and trauma.        x

        Define and describe specific disease processes
      3 related to musculoskeletal anatomy.                x

        Describe and define pediatric vs. adult trauma
        and differentiate how each compares and
      4 contrasts both in diagnosis and treatment.         x
        Name, describe and relate orthopedic surgical
        procedures specific to each anatomic region
      5 and diagnosis.                                     x
        Describe and define standard Orthopedic
        conservative treatment modalities as related to
      6 musculoskeletal regions.                           x


          repare and construct specific designs for
OT        synthetic materials and analyze their
211   1   appropriate application to treatment plans.      x
          Formulate articulation designs for standard
          casts. Apply each to injury and biomechanical
          as well as physiological advantages over the
      2   standard.                                        x
          Describe and demonstrate knowledge of
          prefabricated as well as custom bracing
      3   systems.                                         x
          Describe and demonstrate Orthopedic specialty
          assessment exams and correlate their meaning
      4   with pathology.                                  x
          Describe and demonstrate the specific
          construction and evaluate the resultant effect
          of all aspects of manual, skin and skeletal
      5   traction techniques.                             x
          Demonstrate application of standards of
OT        professionalism and behavior in the clinical
212   1   setting.                                            x
          Demonstrate direct application of patient and
          technologist safety as defined by O.S.H.A. and
      2   C.D.C. Guidelines                                   x
          Demonstrate ability to analyze, communicate
          and apply written and verbal orders and
          prepare and construct direct patient care
      3   modalities accurately.                              x
          Evaluate patient orthopedic conditions by
          describing, analyzing, applying and reporting
      4   standard orthopedic tests.                          x

        Demonstrate and apply sensitivity to specific
        cultural diversity of staff and patients as relates
      5 to communications and patient care.                   x

        Plan, arrange, analyze and construct specific
        orthopedic treatment modalities as listed on
      6 the Competency List for Hospital Practicum            x

          Demonstrate advanced communication skills,
OT        both written and verbal and their accurate
214   1   recording and translation.                          SU
          Describe, plan, construct appropriate
      2   Orthopedic modalities of patient care.              SU
          Demonstrate operating room sterile protocols
          to include gowning and gloving as well as all
          aspects of sterile technique and operating
      3   room etiquette.                                     SU
          Describe and demonstrate operating room
      4   setup and radiation safety protocol.                SU
          Describe, construct, apply and analyze
          advanced casts, orthoses, wound care and
          traction in clinical, ward, ER and SICU
      5   environments.                                       SU

          Demonstrate primary assist skills in aseptic,
      6 sterile, O.R., E.R. and trauma procedures.            SU
          **WILL ASSESS WHEN OFFERED**

        A: Students will be able to define and analyze
OT      components of the discipline within a
299   1 specialized topic of the discipline.
  B: Students will be able to define, analyze, and
  synthesize components of the discipline within
2 a specialized topic of the discipline.
Spring   Fall   Spring
2014     2014   2015

				
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