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Area A - Natural Sciences 1
Communicate scientific ideas.33 course outcomes mapped.
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AG-17 2 Discuss and understand the importance of essential plant nutrients. 2019S
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AG-23 1 Describe sexual and asexual reproduction in higher plants. 2018F
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AG-3 1 (Lecture) Discuss economic and ethical implications of modern technologies such as cloning and genetic modification in farm-animal management. 2017S
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ASTRO-10 2 Define and identify the different types of electromagnetic radiation. 2018S
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ASTRO-11 3 Recognize a wide variety of planetary geologic constructs and astronomical objects. 2018F
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BIOL-1 2 Describe attributes of life and how cells fulfill these characteristics. 2018F
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BIOL-15 2 Describe the defining cellular characteristics and life history patterns of prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms commonly encountered in marine habitats. 2019S
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BIOL-20 1 Describe the defining cellular characteristics and life history patterns of prokaryotic and eukaryotic organisms commonly encountered in the field. (lecture) 2017F
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BIOL-3 3 Explain how DNA replicates and transmits genetic information within organisms. 2018S
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BIOL-5 3 Describe specific examples of how plants, fungi and algae interact at the population, community and ecosystem levels, and how the flow of energy and matter maintain ecosystem function. 2018S
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BIOL-8 2 Describe the structural, metabolic and reproductive characteristics of diverse cell types related to human health, and explain how changes in cell function can be correlated with disease. 2018F
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CET-10 3 Explain the influence of electricity and electronics on world history and cultures. 2019F
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CHEM-10 1 Apply scientific reasoning in contexts involving chemistry and society. Not Assessed
CHEM-1A 1 Solve problems using the principles of chemistry. 2019F
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CHEM-2 2 Demonstrate knowledge of the qualitative features of chemistry including physical and chemical properties, naming and writing chemical formulas of compounds and evaluating chemical reactions. 2019S
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ENVSC-10 1 Apply the process of science to analyze major environmental issues at a variety of scales, identify potential solutions for these issues, and evaluate the viability of these solutions. (LEC) 2020F
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ENVSC-12 1 Provide examples of positive and negative feedback mechanisms that relate to natural systems. 2016F
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GEOG-1 3 Describe how energy is transferred between different elements of the Earth's systems. 2013-2014
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GEOL-1 1 Describe how the scientific method is used to understand natural phenomena. 2019S
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GEOL-10 1 Describe how the scientific method is used to understand natural phenomena. 2016F
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GEOL-15 2 Communicate the basic elements of plate tectonic theory, and apply these concepts in describing how earthquakes or other geologic hazards impact both humanity and the natural environment. 2013-2014
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GEOL-2 1 Describe how the scientific method is used to understand natural phenomena. 2017S
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OCEAN-10 2 Describe how energy is transferred between different elements of the Earth’s geologic, oceanic, atmospheric, and biological systems. 2014-2015
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OCEAN-11 1 Use the formal methodology of the scientific method as an inquiry-based tool to critically evaluate oceanic phenomena. 2014-2015
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OCEAN-12 1 Use the formal methodology of the scientific method as an inquiry-based tool to critically evaluate oceanic phenomena. 2015-2016
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PHYS-10 4 Analyze issues in physics and science in general using written arguments based on scientific evidence, theory, and/or ideas. 2018S
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PHYS-2A 2 Use conserved quantities and other appropriately defined quantities to analyze systems including those involving oscillation, rotation and wave motion. 2017F
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PHYS-2A 4 Proficiently work with laboratory equipment to verify theory within estimated errors as part of the scientific method and convey results using appropriate scientific communication. 2019F
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PHYS-4A 3 Analyze rotational systems using quantities defined for these kinds of systems. 2019S
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PHYS-4A 4 Proficiently work with laboratory equipment, taking careful measurements and analyzing data with error propagation, to precisely verify theory within estimated errors as part of the scientific method and convey results using appropriate scientific communication. 2014-2015
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Area A - Natural Sciences 2
Apply scientific concepts to analyze natural relationships.34 course outcomes mapped.
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AG-17 4 Analyze a soil's water holding capacity, water available to the plant, properties and movement of water in soil. 2020F
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AG-23 3 Analyze the structural components of higher plants. 2020F
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AG-3 4 (Lab) Identify farm-animal types and breeds and outline standard husbandry practices for each. 2014-2015
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ASTRO-10 3 Analyze the evolution of the solar system and the development of the Earth's atmosphere and landforms. 2019S
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ASTRO-11 2 Analyze imagery in the context of evolutionary history, age, and ability to support life for a particular set of astronomical objects. 2018S
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BIOL-1 1 Apply the process of science to critically evaluate observable phenomena. 2018S
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BIOL-15 5 Keep an organized field/lab notebook that includes meaningful and accurate notes and data. 2019S
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BIOL-20 5 Maintain an organized field/ lab notebook that includes meaningful and accurate notes and data. (lab) 2019F
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BIOL-3 4 Apply the processes of scientific inquiry and experimental design to the study of biological concepts. 2018S
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BIOL-5 4 Use the scientific method as inquiry-based laboratory tools to critically evaluate and explain observable phenomena. 2018S
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BIOL-8 1 Use the scientific method to design experiments that include data collection and analysis. 2016F
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CHEM-10 1 Apply scientific reasoning in contexts involving chemistry and society. Not Assessed
CHEM-1A 2 Use the lab equipment correctly to get satisfactory results for the experiments performed. 2019S
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CHEM-2 1 Analyze the fundamental features of chemistry including measurement, mathematical conversion of measured physical properties such as mass, volume, density, pressure, temperature, solutions, concentrations and dilutions. 2018F
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ENVSC-10 1 Apply the process of science to analyze major environmental issues at a variety of scales, identify potential solutions for these issues, and evaluate the viability of these solutions. (LEC) 2020F
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ENVSC-10 2 Analyze and interpret quantitative data and visual representations of data describing an environmental issue. (LEC) 2018F
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ENVSC-12 2 Critically analyze climate change on the Earth. 2017F
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GEOG-1 1 Apply the scientific method and scientific reasoning to critically evaluate natural phenomena and the development of land forms. 2017S
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GEOL-1 4 Apply geologic principles to describe how earth materials and landscapes change over time, including description of how interaction of Earth systems result in geologic change. 2019F
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GEOL-10 2 Assess the geologic principles, consequences, and corrective/adaptive options related to specific earth hazards such as earthquakes, floods, and landslides. 2017F
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GEOL-15 3 Apply physical-science principles to describe how energy is transmitted through geologic systems. 2013-2014
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GEOL-2 2 Apply rock and fossil classification systems to organize and identify key indicators of Earth's evolution and history as well as the major evolutionary stages and extinctions present in the fossil record. 2017S
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OCEAN-10 2 Describe how energy is transferred between different elements of the Earth’s geologic, oceanic, atmospheric, and biological systems. 2014-2015
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OCEAN-11 3 Apply classification systems to organize and identify marine features and organisms. 2019S
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OCEAN-12 3 Analyze changes to the global ocean and climate systems in the context of anthropogenic influence and societal impacts. 2015-2016
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PHYS-10 1 Demonstrate an understanding of modern and antiquated theories of astronomy and motion, the scientific method, and how it led to the Newtonian description of the universe by contrasting modern theories to antiquated ideas and describing motion in terms of acceleration and force. 2019F
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PHYS-10 2 Describe systems using the physical quantities of energy, work, momentum, entropy, charge, and/or fields, as well as the atomic hypothesis, and identify types of energy, heat engines, and fields in nature and in technology. 2017F
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PHYS-10 3 Describe corrections to classical physics coming from relativity and quantum theory, as well as their implications to physical systems that fall outside the description of classical physics. 2018F
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PHYS-2A 1 Solve motion problems using kinematics and force laws. 2016F
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PHYS-2A 2 Use conserved quantities and other appropriately defined quantities to analyze systems including those involving oscillation, rotation and wave motion. 2017F
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PHYS-2A 3 Analyze thermal systems in terms of thermal quantities and the laws of thermodynamics. 2018F
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PHYS-4A 1 Solve motion problems using kinematics, calculus, and force laws. 2017S
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PHYS-4A 2 Apply specific forces, energy, and momentum to analyzing systems, including harmonic motion. 2018S
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PHYS-4A 3 Analyze rotational systems using quantities defined for these kinds of systems. 2019S
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Area B - Social Sciences 1
Communicate intellectual ideas related to the social sciences.52 course outcomes mapped.
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ANTH-1 1 Describe evolutionary theory and how it applies to past and present hominins. 2019S
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ANTH-1 2 Identify the biological and cultural factors responsible for past and present hominin variation. 2019F
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ANTH-1 2 Identify the biological and cultural factors responsible for past and present hominin variation. 2019F
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ANTH-1 3 Describe the difference between the scientific process and non‐scientific claims. 2018S
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ANTH-1B 3 Describe and demonstrate how human traits are inherited. 2017S
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ANTH-1B 4 Describe the biological and behavioral adaptations of the genus Homo. 2017S
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ANTH-2 1 Analyze primary and secondary sources in order to extract information relevant to an issue of concern in archaeology. 2018F
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ANTH-2 3 Logically address and interpret the scientific principles that define the issues of archaeology. 2019F
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ANTH-3 1 Define and apply major concepts in cultural anthropology. 2019F
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ANTH-5 2 Analyze and defend viewpoints on controversial archaeological concepts using specific archaeological case studies, including how power and privilege have shaped presentations of archaeological data. 2018S
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ANTH-6 1 Identify primary skeletal markers used in the identification of age, sex, race and stature. 2018F
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BUS-10 2 Communicate effectively as writers, listeners, and speakers in social and business settings. 2019F
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COMM-5 2 Analyze personal, social, and cultural influence of mediated communication. Not Assessed
COMM-8 1 Compare and contrast similarities and differences in the communication strategies of cultures, co-cultures and ethnic groups in various contexts. 2017F
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ECON-1 2 Use macroeconomic concepts and models to formulate and evaluate arguments. 2016F
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ECON-10 2 Use microeconomic concepts and models to formulate and evaluate arguments. 2016F
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GEOG-2 2 Describe cultural patterns in terms of languages, religions, urbanization, political and economic patterns, and human-interactions. 2018S
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HIST-11 1 Analyze and assess the merits of various historical interpretations. 2017S
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HIST-12 1 Analyze and assess the merits of various historical interpretations. 2019F
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HIST-20 1 Analyze and assess the merits of various historical interpretations. 2016F
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HIST-21 1 Analyze and assess the merits of various historical interpretations. 2020F
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HIST-4 1 Analyze and assess the merits of various historical interpretations. 2017S
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HIST-5 1 Analyze and assess the merits of various historical interpretations. 2017F
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HIST-6 3 Apply secondary and/or primary source material to construct written and oral, logical, historical arguments. 2016F
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HIST-8 1 Analyze and assess the merits of various historical interpretations. 2019S
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HIST-9 1 Analyze and assess the merits of various historical interpretations. 2016F
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NAS-1 1 Explain the interdisciplinary nature of Native American Studies and identify its major component parts. 2017S
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NAS-21 1 Explain major social, political, economic, and cultural developments in Native American societies in a historical perspective. 2016F
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POLSC-1 1 Identify and critique major contemporary political issues in American politics. 2017S
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POLSC-10 1 Explain the history and philosophy of the Constitution, politics, and government in the United States. 2019S
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POLSC-2 2 Compare and contrast modern political ideologies, such as liberalism, conservatism, Marxism, and feminism. 2018S
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POLSC-3 1 Describe the major theories of international relations and apply them to contemporary issues in international politics. 2019F
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PSYCH-1 1 Explain concepts in areas of psychological theory and research while representing appropriate breadth and depth of knowledge within the context of historical trends in psychology. 2016F
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PSYCH-11 2 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding representing appropriate breadth and depth in selected content areas of prenatal, infant, child, adolescent, and adult development. 2017S
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PSYCH-11 3 Analyze and/or apply developmental research in writing. 2017F
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PSYCH-3 2 Analyze current research in sexuality and synthesize information in writing. 2017S
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PSYCH-30 1 Demonstrate the ability to identify and ]differentiate central processes of social cognition and their role in at least one of the following: the construction of self and identity, the experience of emotion, intimacy and attraction, group process, social 2018S
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PSYCH-33 1 Explain concepts in areas of psychological theory and research while utilizing appropriate terms to represent the biopsychosocial perspective for development across the lifespan. 2017S
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PSYCH-33 4 Differentiate between individual and sociocultural differences as applied to psychology of adjustment. 2017S
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SOC-1 2 Explain the relationship between socialization and culture. 2019S
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SOC-1 3 Use sociological concepts to evaluate complex ideas. 2019S
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SOC-10 4 Make connections between social policy and its effects on family resilience. 2017F
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SOC-13 3 Analyze the relationship between elements such as population, social organization, culture, technology, and institutions and their relation to environmental impact. 2018S
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SOC-2 2 Explain how two or more social problems are related. 2018F
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SOC-2 3 Use course tools to propose a potential solution for a social problem related to gender, self-identity, ethnicity, race, socio economic status, sexuality, world view, collective behavior and/or values. 2013-2014
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SOC-3 1 Employ sociological perspective to explain relationships between culture and sexuality in a diverse world. 2017F
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SOC-5 4 Analyze intersections of race and ethnicity with gender, class and other locations of social identity. 2017F
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SOC-9 1 Employ a sociological imagination to relate individual level experiences of oppression to national and global trends or social issues. 2018S
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SOC-9 2 Evaluate the utility of feminist theories or frameworks for understanding the relationship between or among social inequalities. 2018S
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Area B - Social Sciences 2
Apply social science concepts to analyze social, historical, political, anthropological or psychological relationships.48 course outcomes mapped.
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ANTH-1 1 Describe evolutionary theory and how it applies to past and present hominins. 2019S
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ANTH-1 2 Identify the biological and cultural factors responsible for past and present hominin variation. 2019F
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ANTH-1B 2 Apply the scientific method. 2019S
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ANTH-2 2 Apply anthropological concepts to real-world situations and problems by processing factual information using scientific methods and anthropological concepts. 2018F
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ANTH-5 2 Analyze and defend viewpoints on controversial archaeological concepts using specific archaeological case studies, including how power and privilege have shaped presentations of archaeological data. 2018S
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ANTH-6 3 Synthesize examples of cultural and ethical applications in the field of forensic anthropology. 2019F
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BUS-10 1 Analyze situations and apply business terms and concepts to make business decisions. 2019F
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COMM-5 1 Apply social scientific theories to the interpretation of mediated communication. 2017S
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COMM-8 2 Explain how cultural dynamics (perceptions, core values, and world views) influence verbal and nonverbal communication. 2018F
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ECON-1 2 Use macroeconomic concepts and models to formulate and evaluate arguments. 2016F
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ECON-10 2 Use microeconomic concepts and models to formulate and evaluate arguments. 2016F
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GEOG-2 2 Describe cultural patterns in terms of languages, religions, urbanization, political and economic patterns, and human-interactions. 2018S
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HIST-11 2 Apply secondary and/or primary source material to construct written and oral, logical, historical arguments. 2019S
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HIST-12 2 Analyze significant historical developments through the application of the concepts of process, context, and/or difference. 2015-2016
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HIST-20 2 Analyze significant historical developments through the application of the concepts of process, context, and/or difference. 2019F
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HIST-21 2 Analyze significant historical developments through the application of the concepts of process, context, and/or difference. 2020F
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HIST-4 2 Analyze significant historical developments (social, cultural, political, economic, religious, technological/scientific, ideological) through the application of the historical concepts of process, context, and/or difference. 2017F
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HIST-5 2 Apply secondary and/or primary source material to construct written and oral, logical, historical arguments. 2019F
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HIST-6 2 Analyze significant historical developments (social, cultural, political, economic, diplomatic, global context) through the application of the historical concepts of process, context, and/or difference. 2016F
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HIST-7 3 Apply secondary and/or primary source material to construct written and oral, logical, historical arguments. 2015-2016
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HIST-8 2 Analyze significant historical developments (social, cultural, political, economic, diplomatic, technological/scientific, global context) through the application of the historical concepts of process, context, and/or difference. 2019F
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HIST-9 2 Analyze significant historical developments (social, cultural, political, economic, diplomatic, technological/scientific, global context) through the application of the historical concepts of process, context, and/or difference. 2017F
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NAS-1 2 Identify historical, economic, political, and social situations influencing Native American life. 2016F
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NAS-21 2 Describe economic, political, and social situations influencing Native American history. Not Assessed
POLSC-1 3 Analyze how responses to political issues differ from the local, state, national, and international level. 2019F
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POLSC-10 3 Compare the three branches of California and US Government, and related political institutions. 2017F
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POLSC-2 3 Apply the perspectives of thinkers from different eras to contemporary political problems. 2019S
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POLSC-3 2 Analyze the role of major international political and economic institutions in international political problems. 2017F
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PSYCH-1 2 Recognize and understand the impact of diversity on psychological research, theory and application, including (but not limited to): age, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, socioeconomic status, disability, and sexual orientation. 2016F
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PSYCH-1 3 Demonstrate critical thinking skills and information competence as applied to psychological topics. 2016F
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PSYCH-11 1 Analyze how biological, psychological, and social processes affect human development. 2017S
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PSYCH-11 2 Demonstrate knowledge and understanding representing appropriate breadth and depth in selected content areas of prenatal, infant, child, adolescent, and adult development. 2017S
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PSYCH-3 1 Analyze the interaction between environment, biology and learning in shaping sexual behavior. 2017S
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PSYCH-3 3 Analyze how knowledge regarding types of love, communication, sexually transmitted infections, attraction and gender impacts relational choices and sexual behavior. 2017S
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PSYCH-30 1 Demonstrate the ability to identify and ]differentiate central processes of social cognition and their role in at least one of the following: the construction of self and identity, the experience of emotion, intimacy and attraction, group process, social 2018S
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PSYCH-30 2 Analyze the impact of society and culture on human diversity, especially as it relates to gender, self and identity, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, sexuality, worldview, collective behavior, and/or values. 2019S
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PSYCH-30 3 Demonstrate a familiarity with at least one of the findings from research in social psychology, and the ability to apply them to hypothetical and/or real life situations found in a variety of contexts. 2019S
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PSYCH-33 2 Describe specific research methods and the general principles of research ethics for the study of human beings, including the safeguards and the peer-review process in science. 2017S
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PSYCH-33 3 Analyze psychological research and apply concepts to self and others in writing for life-long personal growth. 2017S
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SOC-1 1 Employ a sociological perspective to critically evaluate a social issue related to social identity, differentials of power and privilege, or multicultural relations. 2019S
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SOC-1 3 Use sociological concepts to evaluate complex ideas. 2019S
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SOC-10 2 Describe how changing gender role socialization in cross-cultural and socioeconomic context affects at least one or more of the following: intimate relationships, marriage and cohabitation patterns, employment, housework, parenting decisions, childrearing practices, and violence/maltreatment in the household. 2016F
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SOC-13 3 Analyze the relationship between elements such as population, social organization, culture, technology, and institutions and their relation to environmental impact. 2018S
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SOC-2 1 Employ a sociological perspective to evaluate a major social problem. 2017S
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SOC-3 1 Employ sociological perspective to explain relationships between culture and sexuality in a diverse world. 2017F
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SOC-5 4 Analyze intersections of race and ethnicity with gender, class and other locations of social identity. 2017F
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SOC-9 2 Evaluate the utility of feminist theories or frameworks for understanding the relationship between or among social inequalities. 2018S
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Area C - Humanities 1
Communicate aesthetic and/or cultural ideas.52 course outcomes mapped.
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ART-10 3 Create artworks that successfully evaluate and respond to historical, contemporary, multicultural, and interdisciplinary materials, concepts, and approaches in two-dimensional art forms. 2016F
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ART-10 4 Evaluate and critically assess class projects and artworks presented in lectures using relevant terminology in oral or written formats. 2018S
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ART-11 2 Explain in oral and written formats the role of artists and 3-D art-forms in society. 2018F
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ART-17 1 Draw proficiently using a wide range of technical materials and techniques, including graphite, charcoal, ink, pastel, and collage. 2016F
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ART-17 2 Create drawings that successfully demonstrate the expressive and experimental characteristics of line, composition, value, texture, and spatial illusion, including linear and atmospheric perspective. 2017F
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ART-17 3 Create drawings that successfully evaluate and respond to historical, contemporary, multicultural, and interdisciplinary materials, concepts, and approaches in drawing. 2018F
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ART-17 4 Evaluate and critically assess class projects and artworks presented in lectures using relevant terminology in oral or written formats. 2013-2014
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ART-1A 1 Identify, examine, and assess representative works of art and architecture from prehistory through the medieval period employing appropriate art historical terminology. 2017F
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ART-1A 2 Analyze, discuss, and differentiate works of art and architecture in terms of historical context and cultural values. 2017S
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ART-1A 3 Analyze, discuss, and differentiate the roles of art, architecture, and the artist from prehistory through the medieval period. 2018F
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ART-1B 1 Identify and analyze formal, material, and symbolic aspects in works of art and architecture. 2018S
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ART-1B 2 Evaluate works of art within their proper historical and cultural contexts. 2016F
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ART-2 1 Critique visual characteristics of artwork in oral and written formats. 2019F
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ART-2 4 Identify, analyze, and discuss the function of art and the role of the artist in diverse cultures and contexts. 2020F
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ART-4 1 Evaluate and critique works of art and architecture based on formal elements and principles of design and employing appropriate art historical terminology. 2017F
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ART-4 2 Analyze, evaluate, and distinguish materials and techniques used for creating art and architecture. 2018S
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ART-4 3 Apply different methods of art historical analysis, including formal, feminist and iconographic. 2018F
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ART-4 4 Identify, analyze, and discuss the functions of art and architecture and the roles of artists in diverse cultures. 2019X
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CINE-1 1 Identify and analyze subtle and complex meanings of a film’s (or films') stylistic elements and place those in its (their) historical, cultural, political, industrial, authorial, and/or national context(s) where appropriate. 2014-2015
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CINE-2 1 Identify and analyze subtle and complex meanings of a film’s (or films') stylistic elements and place those in its (their) historical, cultural, political, industrial, authorial, and/or national context(s) where appropriate. 2016F
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CINE-3 1 Identify and analyze subtle and complex meanings of a film’s (or films') stylistic elements and its (their) historical, cultural, political, industrial, and national context(s). 2014-2015
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ENGL-10 1 Generate interpretive arguments about literature that adhere to the conventions of literary analysis and academic discourse. 2019F
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ENGL-17 2 Apply knowledge of historical, intellectual, and/or cultural contexts in interpreting the significance of literary texts. 2018F
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ENGL-18 2 Apply knowledge of historical, intellectual, and/or cultural contexts in interpreting the significance of literary texts. 2019S
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ENGL-4 3 Demonstrate the ability to use close- and analytical-reading strategies in writing critically about literature. 2017S
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ENVSC-11 1 Apply methods of inquiry to shape useful questions regarding current environmental problems, claims, arguments, and/or cultural values. 2018F
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FRNC-1A 4 Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the diverse cultures that make up the Francophone World. 2019S
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FRNC-1B 4 Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the diverse cultures of the Francophone World, in areas that could include topics such as geography, diet, history, lifestyles, traditions and customs. 2015-2016
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GEOL-10 1 Describe how the scientific method is used to understand natural phenomena. 2016F
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MUS-12 4 Identify and describe important aspects of the commercial music institutions surrounding American popular music1840-2000; analyze the strategies of these institutions; and evaluate changes in technology on the creation, production, and dissemination of the music. 2020F
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MUS-12 6 Analyze and evaluate musical performances. 2020F
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PHIL-10 2 Evaluate the theories and arguments of major philosophers in response to central and enduring philosophic questions. 2016F
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PHIL-15 1 Describe the historical, intellectual, and cultural contexts of various religious traditions and texts. 2018X
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PHIL-2 2 Compare and contrast modern political ideologies, such as liberalism, conservatism, Marxism, and feminism. 2018S
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SNLAN-1B 2 Organize basic conversational strategies, including getting attention, asking for repetition, interrupting, providing feedback, and opening and closing conversations. 2019S
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SPAN-1A 4 Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the diverse cultures that make up the Hispanic World. 2020F
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SPAN-1B 4 Demonstrate a basic knowledge of the diverse cultures of the Hispanic World, in areas that could include topics such as geography, diet, history, lifestyles, traditions and customs. 2015-2016
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SPAN-2A 4 Analyze and discuss the geography, history, literature, and traditions regarding the diversity of the Hispanic world. 2020F
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SPAN-2B 4 Analyze and discuss the geography, history, literature, and traditions regarding the diversity of the Hispanic world. 2019S
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Area C - Humanities 2
Analyze ideas or practices specific to the influence of culture on human expression.47 course outcomes mapped.
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ART-10 1 Draw, paint, and collage proficiently using a wide range of two-dimensional art media and techniques, including graphite, ink, acrylic paint, and collage. 2017F
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ART-10 1 Draw, paint, and collage proficiently using a wide range of two-dimensional art media and techniques, including graphite, ink, acrylic paint, and collage. 2017F
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ART-10 2 Create artworks that successfully demonstrate the expressive and experimental characteristics of line, shape, composition (including balance, unity, variety, focal point, and visual movement), as well as texture, value, color theory (including complementary contrast, simultaneous contrast, warm and cool colors, and color symbolism and spatial illusion). 2017S
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ART-10 3 Create artworks that successfully evaluate and respond to historical, contemporary, multicultural, and interdisciplinary materials, concepts, and approaches in two-dimensional art forms. 2016F
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ART-10 4 Evaluate and critically assess class projects and artworks presented in lectures using relevant terminology in oral or written formats. 2018S
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ART-11 1 Design and create objects that respond to historical, contemporary, and multicultural materials, concepts, and approaches to artmaking. 2017S
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ART-11 2 Explain in oral and written formats the role of artists and 3-D art-forms in society. 2018F
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ART-11 3 Demonstrate fluency with the formal elements of three-dimensional design such as balance, harmony, texture, composition, mass, volume, color, value contrast. 2014-2015
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ART-17 1 Draw proficiently using a wide range of technical materials and techniques, including graphite, charcoal, ink, pastel, and collage. 2016F
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ART-17 2 Create drawings that successfully demonstrate the expressive and experimental characteristics of line, composition, value, texture, and spatial illusion, including linear and atmospheric perspective. 2017F
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ART-17 3 Create drawings that successfully evaluate and respond to historical, contemporary, multicultural, and interdisciplinary materials, concepts, and approaches in drawing. 2018F
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ART-17 4 Evaluate and critically assess class projects and artworks presented in lectures using relevant terminology in oral or written formats. 2013-2014
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ART-1A 1 Identify, examine, and assess representative works of art and architecture from prehistory through the medieval period employing appropriate art historical terminology. 2017F
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ART-1A 2 Analyze, discuss, and differentiate works of art and architecture in terms of historical context and cultural values. 2017S
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ART-1A 3 Analyze, discuss, and differentiate the roles of art, architecture, and the artist from prehistory through the medieval period. 2018F
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ART-1B 1 Identify and analyze formal, material, and symbolic aspects in works of art and architecture. 2018S
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ART-1B 2 Evaluate works of art within their proper historical and cultural contexts. 2016F
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ART-2 1 Critique visual characteristics of artwork in oral and written formats. 2019F
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ART-2 2 Demonstrate familiarity with the main elements of art and principles of design. 2018S
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ART-2 3 Demonstrate basic proficiency with a broad range of two-dimensional and three-dimensional processes such as drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics and sculpture. 2019F
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ART-2 4 Identify, analyze, and discuss the function of art and the role of the artist in diverse cultures and contexts. 2020F
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ART-4 1 Evaluate and critique works of art and architecture based on formal elements and principles of design and employing appropriate art historical terminology. 2017F
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ART-4 2 Analyze, evaluate, and distinguish materials and techniques used for creating art and architecture. 2018S
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ART-4 3 Apply different methods of art historical analysis, including formal, feminist and iconographic. 2018F
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ART-4 4 Identify, analyze, and discuss the functions of art and architecture and the roles of artists in diverse cultures. 2019X
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CINE-3 3 Read and decode cinematic language to extract meaning by identifying artistic and authorial choices that went into a film's construction. 2017S
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ENGL-17 1 Generate interpretive arguments about literature that adhere to the conventions of literary analysis and academic discourse. 2016F
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ENGL-18 1 Generate interpretive arguments about literature that adhere to the conventions of literary analysis and academic discourse. 2017S
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ENGL-4 3 Demonstrate the ability to use close- and analytical-reading strategies in writing critically about literature. 2017S
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ENVSC-11 2 Analyze questions of ethics to arrive at reasoned responses to environmental issues and how they impact a diverse global community. 2019F
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MUS-12 4 Identify and describe important aspects of the commercial music institutions surrounding American popular music1840-2000; analyze the strategies of these institutions; and evaluate changes in technology on the creation, production, and dissemination of the music. 2020F
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MUS-12 6 Analyze and evaluate musical performances. 2020F
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PHIL-10 2 Evaluate the theories and arguments of major philosophers in response to central and enduring philosophic questions. 2016F
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PHIL-15 1 Describe the historical, intellectual, and cultural contexts of various religious traditions and texts. 2018X
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PHIL-2 1 Identify the core concepts and contributions of thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Hobbes, Locke, Rousseau, Mill and Marx. 2017S
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PHIL-20 1 Use the principles of major ethical theories to develop and defend ethical conclusions. 2016F
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SNLAN-1A 2 Demonstrate awareness of Deaf culture and community. 2019S
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SNLAN-1B 1 Engage in increasingly complex conversations in American Sign Language while demonstrating common communication etiquette in a signing environment. 2018F
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Area D1 - Writing 1
Generate, compose, revise and communicate ideas clearly in writing.1 course outcomes mapped.
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ENGL-1A 2 Utilize flexible strategies for writing expository and argumentative college-level essays. 2019F
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Area D1 - Writing 2
Analyze ideas presented in writing, media, speech or artistic representations.2 course outcomes mapped.
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ENGL-1A 1 Demonstrate the capacity to read, analyze and evaluate non-fiction texts in support of academic inquiry and argumentation. 2019F
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ENGL-1A 3 Incorporate primary and secondary sources into essays using appropriate documentation format. 2019S
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Area D2 - Oral Communications 1
Generate, compose, revise and communicate ideas clearly.3 course outcomes mapped.
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COMM-1 1 Research, construct and deliver effective informative and persuasive speeches using accepted classical and rhetorical practices, models and theories of communication. 2016F
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COMM-6 3 Demonstrate the ability to effectively organize, prepare for, and adaptively deliver persuasive presentations within small group settings. 2017F
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COMM-7 1 Apply Communication Studies’ theories, principles, and models to interpersonal communication that takes place in various relational, social and/or cultural contexts. 2017S
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Area D2 - Oral Communications 2
Analyze ideas presented in writing, media, speech or artistic representations.3 course outcomes mapped.
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COMM-1 3 Demonstrate ethical responsibilities in the communication process, including issues such as diversity, credibility, authority, and academic honesty. 2017F
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COMM-6 2 Identify communication skills that increase the effectiveness of small groups, in both the task and social dimensions. 2018F
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COMM-7 3 Demonstrate ethical responsibilities in the communication process, such as issues of rhetorical sensitivity, diversity, credibility, and academic integrity. 2019S
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Area D3 - Analytical Thinking 1
Communicate mathematical ideas.8 course outcomes mapped.
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MATH-120 5 Use sound mathematical writing and appropriate use of symbolism in presenting solutions of mathematical exercises and applications. 2013-2014
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MATH-15 1 Accurately communicate statistical ideas using correct statistical notation, graphs, and vocabulary. 2017S
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MATH-194 1 Apply mathematics to real-world problems and applications with an emphasis on social sciences and business. 2014-2015
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MATH-25 2 Create and analyze graphs of trigonometric functions and polar curves. 2014-2015
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MATH-30 3 Apply functions and other algebraic techniques to model real-world applications. 2018F
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MATH-4 2 Communicate effectively in both oral and written presentations. 2014-2015
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MATH-5 1 Demonstrate critical thinking skills through analyzing mathematical ideas in the context of contemporary society. 2019F
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MATH-50A 5 Evaluate a definite integral as a limit. 2015-2016
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Area D3 - Analytical Thinking 2
Apply analytical and/or computational concepts to analyze relationships.8 course outcomes mapped.
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MATH-120 3 Demonstrate appropriate use of technology in analyzing the behavior of functions presented in the course. 2013-2014
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MATH-15 4 Read and interpret information that contains statistical analysis, and be able to communicate these results. 2019F
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MATH-194 2 Investigate the output from a graphing calculator to explore mathematical concepts and to verify work. 2019S
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MATH-25 3 Write solutions to mathematical exercises in trigonometry using sound mathematical reasoning with appropriate use of numerical, graphical, and symbolic representations. 2019F
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MATH-30 2 Solve equations, systems of equations, and inequalities. 2017F
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MATH-4 1 Complete independent work and research on scientific programming problems. 2018S
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MATH-5 2 Use mathematical skills and techniques when arguing a position on a contemporary issue. 2018F
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MATH-50A 2 Use the derivative to find the equation of a tangent line to a function. 2013-2014
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