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Current Status of Assessment

Institutional Learning Outcomes
Program-Learning Outcomes (PLOs) and Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) by Division
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Program Level Outcomes Progress

Geography (AA)

Date Last Updated: 8/23/2010
Contributing Members: Desre Anderes Don Plondke

Program Level Outcome 1
Identify the set of improved skills in observing the world, and in analyzing problems in space

Related Course Outcome(s): Introduced in courses: Demonstrated in courses: Mastered in courses:
Outcome 1:
Assess the usefulness of the technologies of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing in observing and modeling physical processes. GEOG 1, 2, 19 GEOG 1L, 20 GEOG 21, 22
Outcome 2:
Identify techniques in observation that could be used to recognize and/or classify a roadside landform and rock type GEOG 1 GEOG 1L GEOG 1* * mastery of observation techniques in geographic field work is not expected or achievable at the lower division level.
Outcome 3:
Identify significant spatial relationships and patterns in society including interations between humans and their natural environment. GEOG 1, 2 GEOG 5, 8, 12 GEOG 21, 22

Program Level Outcome 2
Interpret maps and mapped data utilizing basic map elements, including scales, common coordinate systems, and map symbols

Related Course Outcome(s): Introduced in courses: Demonstrated in courses: Mastered in courses:
Outcome 1:
Critically differentiate regional similarities and contrasts GEOG 1, 2, 1L, 8 GEOG 1L, 5 GEOG 8, 20, 21, 22
Outcome 2:
Assess the usefulness of the technologies of Geographic Information Systems and Remote Sensing in observing and modeling physical processes GEOG 1,2, 19 GEOG 1L, 20 GEOG 21, 22
Outcome 3:
Recognize spatial relationships between different types of map features, symbols, legends, and scales to understand the geographic basis of GIS as a gool for analyzing, mapping, and displaying georeferenced data in the social sciences GEOG 1, 19, 20 GEOG 19, 20, 21 GEOG 22
 
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