Nonprofit and NGO Studies, B.A./B.S. Student Learning Outcomes

College Liberal Arts and Sciences
Major Nonprofit and NGO Studies
Degree B.A./B.S.
Date Revised 2015

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

Student Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will demonstrate knowledge of civic engagement, civil society, global interconnectedness, public service, and nonprofit/non-governmental organizations and their roles, challenges, and management techniques.
  2. Students will demonstrate community leadership through direct experience with nonprofit/nongovernmental organizations in the form of internships, servicelearning, engaged learning, and/or other civic engagement.
  3. Students will demonstrate the ability to define issues, think analytically, conduct research, synthesize information, and communicate clear arguments both orally andin writing.
  4. Students will demonstrate preparedness for entry-level employment or additional education after graduation.

Methods of Assessment

  • Pre-Post Re-Test (CLCE 495) (1-2)
  • Exams (CLCE 100) (1)
  • Comprehensive Exam (CLCE 495) (1)
  • Capstone Paper (CLCE 495) (3)
  • Community Partner Evaluation (CLCE 495) (3-4)
  • CLCE Student Survey (3)
  • Alumni Survey (4)

Last Updated

AAE updated July 2020

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