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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
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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

                Students will have a working knowledge of the language
PSC 100        1 of chemistry and physics
                 Students will apply qualitative reasoning to chemistry
               2 and physics problems
                 Students will apply quantitative reasoning to chemistry
               3 and physics problems

                 Students will have a working knowledge of the language
PSC 110        1 of physical sciences
                 Students will apply qualitative reasoning to physical
               2 science problems
                 Students will apply quantitative reasoning to physical
               3 science problems

                Students will employ laboratory equipment to obtain
PSC 111        1 measurements
                Students will interpret data obtained in an experimental
               2 setting
                 Students will communicate experimental results in a
               3 coherent manner

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

                 Students will be able to describe, distinguish and apply
                 components of the discipline within a specialized topic
PSC 298        1 of the discipline.

                 A: Students will be able to define and analyze
                 components of the discipline within a specialized topic
PSC 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.
                                                                                                            Instructor
COURSE #   SLO                                                                Exam Questions   Lab Report   Observation



                   Students will have a working knowledge of the language
PSC 100          1 of chemistry and physics                                x
                   Students will apply qualitative reasoning to chemistry
                 2 and physics problems                                    x
                   Students will apply quantitative reasoning to chemistry
                 3 and physics problems                                    x

                  Students will have a working knowledge of the language
PSC 110          1 of physical sciences                                       x
                   Students will apply qualitative reasoning to physical
                 2 science problems                                           x
                   Students will apply quantitative reasoning to physical
                 3 science problems                                           x

                   Students will employ laboratory equipment to obtain
PSC 111          1 measurements                                             x                  x            x
                   Students will interpret data obtained in an experimental
                 2 setting                                                  x                  x            x
                   Students will communicate experimental results in a
                 3 coherent manner                                          x                  x            x

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

                   Students will be able to describe, distinguish and apply
                   components of the discipline within a specialized topic
PSC 298          1 of the discipline.

                   A: Students will be able to define and analyze
                   components of the discipline within a specialized topic
PSC 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.
Reports, Exams,
Essays, porfolios




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                                                          Spring               Spring               Spring               Spring               Spring
COURSE #   SLO                                            2009     Fall 2009   2010     Fall 2010   2011     Fall 2011   2012     Fall 2012   2013



                   Students will have a working
                   knowledge of the language of
PSC 100          1 chemistry and physics
                   Students will apply qualitative
                   reasoning to chemistry and physics
                 2 problems
                   Students will apply quantitative
                   reasoning to chemistry and physics
                 3 problems

                   Students will have a working
                   knowledge of the language of
PSC 110          1 physical sciences                                                    x
                   Students will apply qualitative
                   reasoning to physical science
                 2 problems                                                                         x
                   Students will apply quantitative
                   reasoning to physical science
                 3 problems                                                                                  x


                  Students will employ laboratory
PSC 111          1 equipment to obtain measurements       ASP

                  Students will interpret data obtained
                 2 in an experimental setting             ASP
                   Students will communicate
                   experimental results in a coherent
                 3 manner                                 ASP

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



                   Students will be able to describe,
                   distinguish and apply components of
                   the discipline within a specialized
PSC 298          1 topic of the discipline.
            A: Students will be able to define and
            analyze components of the discipline
            within a specialized topic of the
PSC 299   1 discipline.

            B: Students will be able to define,
            analyze, and synthesize components
            of the discipline within a specialized
          2 topic of the discipline.
            Spring               Spring
Fall 2013   2014     Fall 2014   2015




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