Student Learning Outcomes
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) include general skills, knowledge, or applications which students are expected demonstrate after completing a course or program of study. The discipline faculty responsible for a course or program develop these outcomes, as well as measure or assess the students to determine if the outcomes are being met. The goal of assessing SLOs is to help improve our courses, curriculum, student success, and/or instruction. Course-level SLOs do not need to be comprehensive, they can focus on a particular aspect of a course, and the measurements of these assessments are not necessarily part of the students' grades in the courses. Click here for additional information on the SLO process. Remember, SLOs do not necessarily represent all of the material and objectives to be learned in a course. For a more complete picture, click on Public Access to find your course measureable objectives.
Click a department from the list to view SLO information