Student Learning - General Education SLOs

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CPP's General Education Program is designed to help students to succeed in their chosen field, adapt to a changing workplace, be engaged citizens in their communities, and become lifelong learners. It provides essential skills and knowledge through a framework which enhances students' understanding of basic disciplines and encourages an appreciation of the complexity of all knowledge.

Goals and Measurable Outcomes

  1. Acquire foundational skills and capacities.
    1. Write effectively for various audiences
    2. Speak effectively to various audiences
    3. Find, evaluate, use, and share information effectively and ethically.
    4. Construct arguments based on sound evidence and reasoning to support an opinion or conclusion.
    5. Apply and communicate quantitative arguments using equations and graphical representations of data.
  2. Develop an understanding of various branches of knowledge and their interrelationships.
    1. Apply scientific methods and models to draw quantitative and qualitative conclusions about the physical and natural world.
    2. Apply major literacy, philosophical, historical or artistic works and explain their significance in society.
    3. Analyze concepts, research methods, and theories pertaining to the study of culture, economics, history, politics, or society.
    4. Integrate concepts, examples, and theories from more than one discipline to identify problems, construct original ideas, and draw conclusions.
  3. Develop social and global knowledge.
    1. Analyze the historical and development of diverse cultures and the role they play in shaping core institutions and practices of individuals and societies.
    2. Analyze principles, methods, value systems, and ethics of social issues confronting local and global communities.
  4. Develop capacities for continued development and lifelong learning.
    1. Analyze the factors that contribute to individual well-being (such as physical, mental, nutritional, emotional, intellectual, spiritual, financial, social, or environmental
    2. Demonstrate activities, techniques, or behaviors that promote intellectual or cultural growth.
    3. Engage in communities (campus, regional, etc.) or participate in civic activities for the betterment of personal and public life

Full Report Learn How It's Assessed

final mapping of general education student learning outcomes to general education subareas



mapping of institutional learning outcomes (Ilo's) to general education student learning outcomes (ge slo's)

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