BACCALAUREATE SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM
ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES
LAST COMPLETED ON (September 23, 2016)
Form AS4 (B) Duplicate and expand as needed. Provide table(s) to support self -study narrative addressing the accreditation standards below.
This form is used to assist the COA in the evaluation of the program’s compliance with the accreditation standards below:
4.0.2 The program provides summary data and outcomes for the assessment of each of its competencies, identifying the percentage of students achieving the benchmark.
4.0.4 The program uses Form AS 4 (B) and/or AS4 (M) to report assessment outcomes to its constituents and the public on its website and routinely up-dates (minimally every 2 years) these postings
All Council on Social Work Education programs measure and report student learning outcomes. Students are assessed on their mastery of the competencies that comprise the accreditation standards of the Council on Social Work Education. These competencies are dimensions of social work practice that all social workers are expected to master during their professional training. A measurement benchmark is set by the social work programs for each competency. An assessment score at or above that benchmark is considered by the program to represent mastery of that particular competency.
|COMPETENCY||COMPETENCY BENCHMARK||% OF STUDENTS ACHIEVING BENCHMARK|
Measure #1 – Advanced Standing Test
For graduating seniors, the average score on each competency assessed will be 80% or better.
Measure #2 - Final Field Evaluation
For graduating seniors, the average score on each competency assessed will be 80% or better
|AST||Field Evaluation Score|
|Identify as a Professional
|Apply Ethical Principles
|Apply Crititcal Thinking
|Engage Diversity in Practice||92||92|
|Advance Human Rights/Social and Economic Justice
|Engage Research Informed Practice/Practice Infromed Research
|Apply Human Behavior Knowledge
|Engage Policy Practice to Advance Well-Being and Deliver Services
|Respond to Practice Contexts||N/A||94|
The N for this assessment is the 60 students who graduated in spring and summer semester, 2016.