Communicative Disorders, B.S. Student Learning Outcomes

College Health and Human Sciences
Major Communicative Disorders
Degree B.S.
Date Revised January 18, 2023

Student Learning Outcomes and Proposed Methods for Collecting Data (from Assessment Plan)

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate effective oral communication skills with a clear central message, evidence of an organizational framework, and audience-appropriate language choices.
  2. Demonstrate effective written communication that clearly conveys meaning to the intended audience and is free of errors.
  3. Apply quantitative reasoning skills to communication-related activities and review of relevant research literature in communication sciences and disorders.
  4. Identify and demonstrate culturally and linguistically responsive interpersonal professionalism.
  5. Apply critical thinking skills to analyze discipline-specific questions and challenges in communication sciences and disorders.
  6. Acquire discipline-specific facts and basic scientific foundations including anatomical, physiological, developmental, and behavioral aspects of sound, speech, language and communication.

Methods of Assessment

  • Embedded assessment: Course-specific (4, 6)
  • Embedded assessment: VALUE rubrics (1-3, 5)
  • Student Survey (1-6)

Last Updated

AAE updated May 2023

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