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									Date Received


                               Fall 2008 Semester Report Form
                                     DUE March 31, 2009

Directions: Please complete a form for each of the programs within your department. This
form was designed to provide a format for assessment reporting and should not be used to limit
the amount of information provided. Each box that is attached to each of the sections is designed
to adjust to varying lengths. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Dan McCollum or via
email at: dan.mccollum@unlv.edu.
            ***Please submit the report electronically to dan.mccollum@unlv.edu


1. Program Information:
         Program General Education-Math
      Department General Education-Math
          College General Education
         Program Rohan Dalpatadu
      Assessment
     Coordinator
   Semester Data Fall 2008
        Collected
           Report Rohan Dalpatadu
    Submitted by
     Phone/email Rohan.dalpatadu@unlv.edu
  Date Submitted 5/6/2009


                                           MATH 120
                              Fundamentals of College Mathematics
Learning Outcome: Students who complete their GE requirement through MATH 120 will
demonstrate quantitative reasoning skills by solving problems in consumer math, probability,
sets, geometry and statistics.

   Total        C or better    Percentage     D- or better    Percentage          F          Percentage
    395            309             78             358             91              35             9

A total of 395 students were registered at the end of the semester. 91% of the students obtained
passing grades implying that they achieved the basic objectives of the course. Incompletes:
        1              Audit: 1

                                          MATH 124
                                        College Algebra
Learning Outcome: Students who complete their GE requirement through MATH 124 or MATH
126 will demonstrate quantitative reasoning skills by applying functions, systems of equations,
and matrices to real-world problems.

   Total        C or better    Percentage      D- or better   Percentage           F           Percentage
    747             520             70             629             84             118              16

A total of 747 students were registered at the end of the semester. 84% of the students obtained
passing grades implying that they achieved the basic objectives of the course. Out of this group
of students, 520 (70%) obtained grades that implied they had satisfied the prerequisites for the
subsequent course.
Incompletes: 13               Audit: 15

                                          MATH 126
                                         Precalculus I
Learning Outcome: Students who complete their GE requirement through MATH 124 or MATH
126 will demonstrate quantitative reasoning skills by applying functions, systems of equations,
and matrices to real-world problems.

   Total        C or better    Percentage     D- or better    Percentage           F          Percentage
    372            253             68             307             83               65             17

A total of 372 students were registered at the end of the semester. 83% of the students obtained
passing grades implying that they achieved the basic objectives of the course. Out of this group
of students, 253 (68%) obtained grades that implied they had satisfied the prerequisites for the
subsequent course.
Incompletes: 17               Audit: 9

                                           MATH 181
                                            Calculus I
Learning Outcome: Students who complete their GE requirement through MATH 181 will
demonstrate quantitative reasoning skills to differentiate and integrate algebraic and
transcendental functions, with applications.

   Total        C or better    Percentage     D- or better    Percentage           F          Percentage
    350            231             66             289             83               61             17

A total of 350 students were registered at the end of the semester. 83% of the students obtained
passing grades implying that they achieved the basic objectives of the course. Out of this group
of students, 231 (66%) obtained grades that implied they had satisfied the prerequisites for the
subsequent course.
Incompletes: 0                Audit: 13

								
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