What You Will Learn
Student Learning Objectives
Our Curriculum:
Psychology, Rehabilitation Science, Sociology, Anthropology, Criminal Justice

 

Psychology (Bachelor’s Degree)

  • Students will express interest in and increase participation in professional presentation and research symposiums.
  • Psychology students will increase interest in and seeking acceptance into graduate programs.
  • Psychology students should demonstrate oral and written communication skills at an acceptable level.

Psychology (Master’s Degree)

  • Graduate students will demonstrate an understanding of theories and methods in psychological areas both applied and experimental. Success will be reflected in performance on papers and presentations in graduate-level courses. Specifically, students will be able to demonstrate proper use of APA style, substantive understanding of materials and applications, depth and breadth of literature reviews, appropriate use of methodological and statistical techniques, and ability to orally present information and lead discussions.
  • Students will express interest in and increase participation in professional presentations, research symposiums, and peer-reviewed publications
  • Demonstrate proficiency in and understanding of different types of research methods in psychology, including all aspects of planning and conducting a project.

Rehabilitation Science

  • Students should demonstrate oral and written communication skills at an acceptable level and express satisfaction with such abilities.
  • Students will express interest in and increase participation in professional presentation and research symposiums.
  • Students will increase interest in and seeking acceptance into graduate programs.
  • Students will be able to advocate and conceptualize a case from intake to placement. This will be demonstrated by completion of case studies, role plays, and field work activities and the evaluation of such activities. Students, graduates, graduate school advisors, and field work supervisors will be surveyed to determine satisfaction with these competencies.
  • Students will participate in research class projects and presentations, submit presentations and posters to professional conferences, and participate as a learned in professional training opportunities.  
  • Students will receive quality advising regarding graduate school opportunities. Students will be carefully matched with their abilities and graduate school programs. Faculty monitor the number of students who express interest in graduate school.    

Sociology

  • Sociology students should demonstrate oral and written communication skills at an acceptable level and express satisfaction with such abilities.
  • Students will express interest in and increase participation in professional presentation and research symposiums.
  • Sociology students will increase interest in and seeking acceptance into graduate programs.

Anthropology (Minor Option)

   

Criminal Justice (Minor Option)

   

 

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