Program Learning Outcomes

Colleges

1. Students will demonstrate mastery of their academic field.

2. Students will demonstrate mastery of their academic field.

3. Students will demonstrate the ability and motivation to participate successfully in professional activities in their academic field.

4. Students will demonstrate the ability and motivation to participate successfully in professional activities in their academic field.

5. Students will demonstrate the ability to participate successfully on the professional/academic job market.

6. Students will demonstrate the ability to participate successfully on the professional/academic job market.

7. Students will demonstrate timely completion of their degree.

8. Students will demonstrate timely completion of their degree.

1. Possess an in-depth knowledge in the student’s area of specialization

2. Possess the ability to design and conduct an original geoscience research project, with appropriate use of the scientific method, robust sampling, and analytical methodologies

3. Possess the ability to justify and communicate the results and interpretations of an original geoscience research project

1. Our students will possess knowledge of fundamental concepts in theoretical and experimental physics.

2. Our students will be able to conduct original research in physics.

POPC LO 1: Apply critical analysis to the popular culture environment, both in the present and in its various historical manifestations, in order to discuss such matters as how popular culture shapes/reflects our personal and social experiences, how popular culture shapes/reflects diversity in a multicultural society, and how popular culture shapes/reflects American culture's relationship to global culture(s);

POPC LO 4: Describe basic theories and methodologies relevant to popular culture scholarship, and apply those theories and methodologies in research;

POPC LO 6: Convey ideas orally and in writing

1. Demonstrate to identify the ability the developments in the arts, history, culture, economics, politics, and societies of selected countries in East Asia, South Asia, and Southeast Asia; recognize the diversity of Asia; and identify basic practices and theories of major Asian beliefs and institutions;

2. Demonstrate an advanced level of understanding of a chosen Asian country or region;

3. Develop knowledge of the historical, present, and evolving relationship of the United States with other Asian countries of the Pacific Rim. Cultivate a sensitive cultural and historical understanding of US-Asian relations;

4. Choose at least one discipline (language and literature, history, political science, geography, philosophy, anthropology, education, music) and gain an ability to use its methodology in identifying, analyzing, and explaining issues of Asian region;

5. Demonstrate college-level competence in an Asian language (including speaking, reading, and writing).

1. Read, comprehend and comment insightfully and critically on texts in Latin

2. Demonstrate translating skills by parsing words accurately using knowledge of Latin and English grammar and syntax

3. Express knowledge of the genre of the works being translated;

4. Apply critical analysis and interpretive skills to Latin literature and the society that produced it

1. Recognize the importance of communication across three related areas of emphasis: a) relational communication, b) intercultural/global communication, and c) rhetoric and public communication

2. Take out the term “core.” Observed in COMM elective courses. Manner of observations to be determined.

3. Demonstrate competence in theories and concepts from one of the three areas of emphasis (i.e., relational communication, intercultural/global communication, rhetoric and public communication) and be prepared to apply them in their daily lives

4. Critically evaluate and conduct communication research studies. Observed in COMM 3000

  • Inquiry assessed through development of surveys and interviews.
  • Critical thinking assessed through analysis strategy assignment.
  • Engagement assessed through research projects.

5. Research, develop, organize, and deliver effective oral presentations. Observed in COMM 1020.

  • Assessed through persuasive speech.

1. Use writing effectively—including current modes and evolving techniques and technologies—to explore subject matter and to communicate

2. Develop understanding of subject matter in relation to larger historical and/or cultural contexts, including multicultural contexts

3. Make connections between theory and practice. Students apply theory to understand texts, solve problems, and teach effectively. Students generalize from experiences with texts, communication situations, and teaching situations

4. Develop skills of creative and/or critical thinking

1. Use writing effectively—including current modes and evolving techniques and technologies—to explore subject matter and to communicate

2. Develop understanding of subject matter in relation to larger historical and/or cultural contexts, including multicultural contexts

3. Make connections between theory and practice. Students apply theory to understand texts, solve problems, and teach effectively. Students generalize from experiences with texts, communication situations, and teaching situations

4. Develop skills of creative and/or critical thinking

1. Write, listen, and converse proficiently about French and Francophone literary works, movements, and genres about the civilizations of France and the Francophone world

2. Master reading comprehension, terminology, and basic research tools appropriate to literary and cultural analysis

3. Demonstrate language proficiency through standardized examinations;

4. Engage in rational, civil discourse in a manner respectful of others and the cultural diversity of the Francophone world

GSW LO 1: Demonstrate rhetorical knowledge through writing in a variety of academic genres and to a variety of academic audiences.

GSW LO 2: Demonstrate critical thinking, reading, and writing skills through approaching academic writing assignments as a series of cognitive tasks, including engaging in multiple modes of inquiry, synthesizing multiple points of view, critiquing student and professional writing, and assessing source materials.

GSW LO 3: Practice the processes entailed in academic writing, including recursive processes for drafting texts, collaborative activities, the development of personalized strategies, and strategies for identifying and locating source materials.

GSW LO 4: Demonstrate knowledge of the conventions of academic writing, including format and documentation systems, coherence devices, conventional syntax, and control over surface features such as grammar, punctuation, mechanics, and spelling.

GSW LO 5: Engage in the electronic research and composing processes, including locating, evaluating, disseminating, using and acknowledging research, both textual and visual, from popular and scholarly electronic databases.

GSW LO 6: Demonstrate the importance of values systems in academic writing, including the abilities to write effectively to audiences with opposing viewpoints, to participate in an active learning community that values academic honesty, and to recognize the place of writing within learning processes.

1. Attain language proficiency levels congruent with national professional standards published by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

2. Demonstrate understanding of the aesthetic qualities and socio-historical contexts of a set of representative texts from German culture and Be able to employ different interpretive approaches.

3. Know the cultural history and social realities of at least one target culture society, most likely Austrian or German.

1. To ensure that most of our residents have higher cross-cultural understanding than when they entered the program.

2. To ensure that most of our residents have higher global awareness than when they entered the program.

3. To ensure that most of our residents have higher cross-cultural communication skills than when they entered the program.

4. To ensure that, at the end of their residency, most of our residents can demonstrate understanding of the similarities and differences between their cultures and those of non-compatriot residents.

1. Understand the historical development of their own and other cultures.

2. Understand how to think about the past historically by identifying and critiquing historical interpretations and analyzing issues in historical context.

3. Be able to select and use evidence from a variety of sources, including primary sources

4. Communicate clearly and persuasively, both orally and in writing

5. Recognize and develop connections between historical issues and life outside the classroom.

6. Think critically and argue effectively

7. Examine current issues from a historical perspective.

1. Demonstrate an understanding of the relationship among local, national, regional, global actors, structures and processes.

2. Describe the impact of international events or arrangements at the regional, national, and local levels in at least one major area of the world

3. Articulate how historical processes, such as colonialism, post-colonialism, and globalization, have led to our current situation in general, and to specific conditions in at least one area of the world

4. Analyze and describe global issues both qualitatively and quantitatively, using approaches from both the humanities and the social sciences

5. Demonstrate a basic command of at least two appropriate disciplinary approaches, such as economics, sociology (demographics), political science, history, literature, popular culture, environmental studies, cultural studies, or regional studies

6. Apply interdisciplinary approaches, including foreign language skills and international experience, to research and present specific global issues

1. Understand and apply the principles and laws of freedom of speech and press, including the right to dissent, to monitor and criticize power, and to assemble and petition for redress of grievances

2. demonstrate an understanding of the history and role of professionals and institutions in shaping communications

3. demonstrate an understanding of the diversity of groups in a global society in relationship to communications;

4. understand concepts and apply theories in the use and presentation of images and information;

5. demonstrate an understanding of professional ethical principles and work ethically in pursuit of truth, accuracy, fairness and diversity;

6. think critically, creatively and independently;

7. conduct research and evaluate information by methods appropriate to the communications professions in which they work;

8. write correctly and clearly in forms and styles appropriate for the communications professions, audiences and purposes they serve;

9.  critically evaluate their own work and that of others for accuracy and fairness, clarity, appropriate style and grammatical correctness;

10. apply basic numerical and statistical concepts;

11. apply tools and technologies appropriate for the communications professions in which they work.

1. Understand what mathematics and statistics are, how they are done, and how they relate to other disciplines

2. Use the language of mathematics and statistics to communicate basic ideas, techniques, and results;

3. Objectively and critically evaluate information and assess performance, using mathematical ideas;

4. Demonstrate appreciation for the beauty, utility, and impact of mathematics and statistics;

5. Apply mathematical problem-solving techniques in novel situations;

6. Use appropriate technology to attack a wide variety of mathematical tasks successfully.

1. Read and understand sophisticated philosophical texts

2. Critically evaluate philosophical arguments

3. Construct and defend philosophical arguments in well-organized, clear, and concise prose

4. Demonstrate mastery of basic philosophical concepts and methods, both orally and in writing

5. Apply critical-thinking and argument-evaluation skills to the philosophical issues and arguments that present themselves in everyday life

6. Engage in rational, civil discourse about complex and emotionally laden topics in a manner that is respectful of others

1. Demonstrate thorough conceptual understanding of the basic field of physics

2. Describe and manipulate fundamental physical constructs and solve problems with mathematics and computational methods

3. Use basic experimental apparatus common to the study of physical phenomena

4. Communicate scientific ideas effectively, both orally and in writing

1. Communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, about the subject matter of political science

2. Apply critical thinking abilities and disciplinary theories / frameworks to solve problems

3. Apply theoretical perspectives to identify and explain domestic / global political problems

4. Understand the basic techniques of political inquiry, including statistical analysis and qualitative methods

1. Exhibit broad knowledge about human behavior from a variety of psychological perspectives (biological, cognitive, developmental, social

2. Demonstrate skills in research and other forms of inquiry in order to develop new knowledge about behavior

3. Communicate knowledge of psychology to others

4. Critically evaluate existing psychological knowledge

1. Attain language proficiency levels congruent with national professional standards published by the American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages.

2. Demonstrate understanding of the aesthetic aspects and socio-historical contexts of a set of representative texts from Russian culture and be able to employ different interpretive approaches.

3. Demonstrate understanding of the aesthetic aspects and socio-historical contexts of a set of representative texts from Russian culture.

1. Apply a sociological perspective, built upon an understanding of basic sociological constructs and theories, to various areas of social life.

2. Explicate the diverse ways in which sociologists gather, interpret, and evaluate data.

3. Articulate sociologically informed opinions and arguments concerning social and behavioral phenomena, and critically read and understand sociological argument.

4. Describe the similarities and dissimilarities of behaviors, attitudes, values, beliefs, and opinions across populations and subpopulations.

1. Write, listen, and converse proficiently about Spanish and Latin-American literary works, movements, and genres and about the civilizations of Spain, Latin-American, and the Spanish-speaking world

2. Master reading comprehension, terminology, and basic research tools appropriate to literary and cultural analysis

3. Demonstrate language proficiency through standardized examinations.

4. Engage in rational, civil discourse in a manner respectful of others and the cultural diversity of the Spanish-speaking world

1. Comprehend and analyze the historical, cultural, political, and economic contexts that shape the operation of electronic media systems (broadcasting, telephony, Internet, digital media);

2. Critically analyze the social, cultural, and psychological effects and implications of electronic media systems from a variety of theoretical and policy perspectives

3. Comprehend and apply the key social science research methods used in researching the role of electronically mediated communication processes

4. Formulate and effectively communicate ideas in oral, written, and visual contexts

5. Comprehend and apply the various production, performance, and writing techniques that are integral to the realization of effective media texts

1. Demonstrate competence of subject matter and knowledge of curriculum in the area of specialization

2. Understand all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals and community members

1.  MFN students will demonstrate knowledge of research design, methods, and statistical analysis.

2.  MFN students will demonstrate knowledge of research design, methods, and statistical analysis.

1. Describe the historical roots and philosophical assumptions underlying the formation of the student affairs profession

2. Describe the various student affairs functions and discuss current issues of significance to select functional areas

3. Identify and demonstrate application of the basic tools of inquiry (e.g., statistics, research design, evaluation models) to student affairs issues, problems, and programs

1. Demonstrate subject matter competency in the content area of specialization

2. Demonstrates an understanding of all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals, and community members

1. Mental capacity to formulate assessment and therapeutic judgements

2. Postural neuromuscular control to perform tasks and safely use equipment

3. Strong written and verbal communication skills

4. Ability to function in a stressful environment

5. Flexibility and perseverance to adjust to changing situations

6. Affective skills related to professional behaviors in the health care field

1. Demonstrate subject matter competency in the content area of specialization

2. Demonstrates an understanding of all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals, and community members

1. Demonstrate subject matter competency in the content area of specialization

2. Demonstrates an understanding of all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals, and community members

1. Demonstrate subject matter competency in the content area of specialization

2. Demonstrates an understanding of all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals, and community members

1. Demonstrate subject matter competency in the content area of specialization

2. Demonstrates an understanding of all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals, and community members

1. Understand the interdisciplinary nature of kinesiology

2. Observe, analyze, and critique various movement patterns and their outcomes, integrating the information from the sub disciplines of kinesiology

3. Demonstrate proficiency in technology utilization and verbal and oral communication

4. Demonstrate attainment of a high level of personal physical well-being and personal excellence in an active and healthy lifestyle

5. Display clear, logical thinking in their writing and speaking

Exercise Programming Specialization

6. Display knowledge, skills, and abilities to screen, test, prescribe, motivate, counsel, educate, and individualize muscular strength and endurance, cardiorespiratory training, and/or other physical fitness and lifestyle programs for normal and special populations;

7. Understand the scientific bases of exercise programming, not limited to but including exercise physiology, human anatomy, biomechanics, care and prevention of injuries, safety and emergency procedures, and basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation and first aid for exercise settings;

8. Demonstrate use of administrative content, and facilities and equipment information in exercise programming.

1. Demonstrate subject matter competency in the content area of specialization

2. Demonstrates an understanding of all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals, and community members

1. Plan, assess, and evaluate diversified programming and special events for diverse leisure services delivery systems

2. Integrate theory and practice in administration/management, legislative, and legal aspects of leisure and tourism planning

3. Demonstrate a broad-based education background to enhance quality of life, to function more effectively in society, and provide an educational base from which professional competencies can evolve

1. Locate, organize, and evaluate information from multiple sources

2. Quality solutions to complex sport industry problems

3. Quality solutions to complex sport industry problems

4. Communicate information clearly, concisely, and accurately in written form

5. Communicate information clearly, concisely, and accurately in verbal form

6. Collaborate with others in diverse group settings

7. Leadership and teamwork skills

1. Demonstrate subject matter competency in the content area of specialization

2. Demonstrates an understanding of all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals, and community members

1. Demonstrate subject matter competency in the content area of specialization

2. Demonstrates an understanding of all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals, and community members

1. Implement a hardware and software configuration responsive to an identified scenario

2. Identify basic components of an end-user IT system.

3. Plan, design, and implement a converged network system.

4. Identify and implement and variety of enterprise-level storage technologies.

5. Implement a simple set of web pages to identify a person or business.

6. Use a programming or a scripting language to solve a problem.

7. Carry out trouble-shooting strategies for resolving an identified end-user IT problem.

8. Summarize strategies to support or train users with their IT resources

9. Carry out basic network troubleshooting techniques

10. Summarize the flow of data through a network scenario

11.Differentiate among various techniques for securing a network

12. Produce documentation appropriate to an information technology task that conforms to the requisite format and syntax.

13. Summarize the tenets of ethics and professional behavior promoted by international computing societies.

1. Justify ethical practices in the pursuit of justice.

2. Explain the criminal justice system and its role in a democratic society, from structural components of various institutions to problems confronted in the law enforcement and corrections agencies.

3. Identify the organizational structure and policy procedures of police and corrections agencies in contemporary society, and the impact this has on issues and dilemmas in the agencies.

4. An application of the law—criminal, civil and personal liability/injury, due process, equal protection under the law and the role investigations play in the process, focusing on investigation techniques and the evaluation and

5. Analyze the nature, causes, treatment, and prevention of crime and evidence from the physiological, psychological, and sociological perspectives

1. Understand the relationship between theoretical and clinical components of the curriculum and apply these principles to proper anatomical part presentation, pathological adjustments required for optimal examination, quality of image, and care for all patient age groups at a rate not less than 75%, as evidenced in student grade and competency records.

2. Apply interpersonal skills appropriately to meet the needs of patients in a variety of clinical settings, as documented in directed practice assessment portfolios at the level of satisfactory

3. At the completion of the BGSU Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program, graduates will demonstrate the ability to comprehend, apply and evaluate didactic knowledge and clinical information relative to their role as entry-level general sonographers

4. At the completion of the program, the graduate of the BGSU Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program will demonstrate technical proficiency in clinical and scanning skills necessary to fulfill the role of entry-level general sonographer for the general concern.

5. At the completion of the program, the graduate of the BGSU Diagnostic Medical Sonography Program will demonstrate personal behaviors consistent with professional and employer standards and expectations for an entry-level general sonographer.

6. Obtain, review, and integrate pertinent patient history and supporting clinical data to facilitate optimum diagnostic results.

7. Perform appropriate procedures and record anatomic, pathologic, and/or physiologic data for interpretation by a physician.

8.  Record, analyze, and process diagnostic data and other pertinent observations made during the procedure for presentation to the interpreting physician

9. Exercise discretion and judgment in the performance of sonographic and/or other diagnostic services

10. Demonstrate appropriate communication skills with patients and colleagues

11. Act in a professional and ethical manner.

12. Provide patient education related to medical ultrasound and/or other diagnostic vascular techniques, and promote principles of good health

13. Complete the credentialing examination administered by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS) at a pass rate of not less than 75% on the first attempt, as documented by the report of Registry results to the program.

14. Exercise independent decision making and demonstrate competent skills performance in the role of primary care provider in a broad range of sonography and intervention services, as determined by an analysis of employer surveys.

1. Demonstrate subject matter competency in the content area of specialization

2. Demonstrates an understanding of all students’ learning and developmental needs

3. Apply an understanding of how students’ diverse backgrounds and lives influence learning

4. Apply the theories and practices of research-based pedagogy and assessment for all students

5. Exhibit professional and ethical behaviors when working with students, their families, other professionals, and community members

1. The ability to apply the concepts of computer based and other electronic technology related to health care, including the use of database software applications and other tools and techniques for collecting, storing, and retrieving health care data;

2. The ability to accurately assign diagnostic and procedural codes and use the appropriate classification systems to correlate the timeliness, completeness, and accuracy of this type of data to reimbursement data for the health care facility

3. The ability to apply principles of organization and supervision in order to develop effective skills in leadership, motivation, and team-building techniques for effective monitoring of health information management staff;

4. The ability to apply principles of legal and ethical behavior as they relate to issues applicable to legal aspects of health information, including an appreciation for the BGSU core values;

5. The ability to interpret and apply rules for security, confidentiality, retention, integrity, and access of health information;

6. The ability to perform and participate in health information analysis tasks such as abstracting data and calculating, interpreting, and presenting statistics and other data.

1. Understand the relationship between theoretical and clinical components of the curriculum and apply these principles to proper anatomical part presentation, pathological adjustments required for optimal examination, radiation safety, quality of image, and care for all patient age groups at a rate not less than 75%, as evidenced in student grade and competency records

2. Apply interpersonal skills appropriately to meet the needs of patients in a variety of clinical settings, as documented in directed practice assessment portfolios at the level of satisfactory.

3. Complete capstone coursework meeting eligibility requirements for the Associate of Applied Science in Radiologic Technology degree.

4. Complete the credentialing examination administered by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) at a pass rate of not less than 75% on the first attempt, as documented by the report of Registry results to the program.

5. Qualify for entrance into programs of specialty within the radiological sciences, based upon graduate surveys indicating acceptance into accredited specialty programs.

6. Exercise independent decision making and demonstrate competent skills performance in the role of primary care provider in a broad range of radiological diagnostic and intervention services, as determined by an analysis of employer surveys.

1. The ability to comprehend that body of technical information according to nationally accepted standards as being related to the role and scope of practice for the advanced respiratory care practitioner, and to utilize and apply that knowledge appropriately in the diagnostic evaluation, treatment and management of patients

2. The ability to perform all of the clinical procedural skills associated with the role and scope of practice of the advanced respiratory care professional;

3. The set of personal and professional behaviors expected of the advanced respiratory care professional.

1. Implement a hardware and software configuration responsive to an identified scenario

2. Identify basic components of an end-user IT system.

3. Plan, design, and implement a converged network system.

4. Identify and implement and variety of enterprise-level storage technologies.

5. Implement a simple set of web pages to identify a person or business.

6. Use a programming or a scripting language to solve a problem.

7. Carry out trouble-shooting strategies for resolving an identified end-user IT problem.

8. Summarize strategies to support or train users with their IT resources

9. Carry out basic network troubleshooting techniques

10. Summarize the flow of data through a network scenario

11.Differentiate among various techniques for securing a network

12. Produce documentation appropriate to an information technology task that conforms to the requisite format and syntax.

13. Summarize the tenets of ethics and professional behavior promoted by international computing societies.

1. Apply fundamental administrative and business skills to solve problems, evaluate outcomes, and assess quality and performance in health care settings

2. Master fundamental principles of natural science, social science, and mathematics and apply these in health-related situations

3. Understand applications of technology in health care practice

4. Use statistical and computing skills to solve occupational problems

5. Make decisions based upon ethical, organizational, and financially sound business principles

6. Analyze and evaluate daily operations and improve them

1. Perform routine and complex laboratory procedures (blood banking, clinical chemistry, immunology, hematology, and microbiology) accurately

2. Correlate results of laboratory tests to their clinical significance and make appropriate recommendations

3. Perform quality control and assurance procedures, implementing and documenting corrective action as appropriate

4. Recognize unsafe conditions, correct them, and encourage others to improve laboratory safety techniques

5. Communicate effectively with physicians, patients, and other members of the health care team

6. Meet professional expectations with respect to the code of ethics for medical technologists

7. Critically evaluate new instrumentation and methods, and develop new procedures

8.  Read and understand medical literature, and critically evaluate research findings

1. Develop and evaluate programs that promote a healthy lifestyle

2. Master fundamental principles of natural science, social science, and mathematics and apply these to disease prevention and technology

3. Use statistical and computing skills to solve occupational problems

4. Use empirical methods to identify community health problems, develop action plans, and assess their outcome

5. Make decisions based upon ethical principles

1. Possess a repertoire of musical skills and knowledge

2. Make informed aesthetic judgments about music compositions and performances, including evaluation of musical knowledge

3. Apply technical vocabulary to communicate with a community of other professionals and to instruct novices

4.  Creativity as well as inquiry and engagement

5.  Perspective as well as competence (information literacy) and critical thinking

1.  Possess a repertoire of musical skills and knowledge

2. Demonstrate independence of thought and action in music performance and scholarship

3. Understand the styles and structures of music and relate this knowledge to performance

1. Analyze architectural and urban design problems and synthesize solutions at different levels of complexity, scope, and building types

2. Employ the oral, written, and graphic modes of communication for expressing research work and design efforts at different stages of the design process

3. Apply the concepts of architectural history and theory in shaping buildings, cities, and other spatial environments—encompassing international traditions as related to aesthetics, environment, society, and human behavior

4. Understand the basic principles that inform the design of the structural, material, and mechanical/electrical systems and to assess, select, and integrate such systems into a comprehensive building design

1. Solve aviation-related problems using knowledge, skills, and aptitudes gained in the program to assure productive outcomes

2. Maintain professional and social relationships with others in developing, conducting, and promoting safe aviation operations

3. Additionally, students in the flight technology specialization are expected to plan, organize, conduct, and complete a safe and efficient flight in single-engine aircraft, in accordance with all legal requirements

1. Apply construction management skills that include cost estimating and control, construction scheduling, construction safety, construction document reading, construction methods and materials, ethics in construction, construction technical skills, and computer applications in construction

2. Exhibit construction business skills that include construction financing, business management, and personnel management

3. Communicate effectively in oral presentations, writing technical reports, and critiquing the work of others

. an appropriate mastery to select and apply the knowledge, techniques, skills and

modern tools of the discipline of Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology;

b. an ability to select and apply a knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering,

and technology to Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology problems

that require the application of principles and applied procedures or methodologies;

c. an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; to conduct, analyze, and

interpret experiments; and to apply experimental results to improve processes;

d. an ability to design systems, components, or processes for Electronics and Computer

Engineering Technology problems appropriate to program educational objectives;

e. an ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team;

f. an ability to identify, analyze, and solve Electronics and Computer Engineering

Technology problems;

g. an ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical

and nontechnical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate

technical literature;

h. an understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing

professional development;

i. an understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities

including a respect for diversity;

j. a knowledge of the impact of Electronics and Computer Engineering Technology

solutions in a societal and global context; and

k. a commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement.

1. Demonstrate critical-thinking skills as they relate to solving electro-mechanical systems problems;

2. Conceptualize and implement an electro-mechanical system in the manufacturing and processing industry

3. Demonstrate operational level skill ability in the various electro-mechanical systems found in the manufacturing and processing industry

4. Research and produce an organized written rationale for using a specific system to solve a specific electro-mechanical problem

5. Apply knowledge of industrial applications to electro-mechanical related technologies

1: ENGT graduates from BGSU will be capable of applying principles of mathematics and applied science to perform technical calculations and solve technical problems of the types commonly encountered in engineering technology professional experiences. (Consistent with ETAC/ABET Outcomes a, b, f);

2: ENGT graduates from BGSU will be capable of identifying, formulating, and presenting creative solutions to technical problems within the engineering technology profession. (Consistent with ETAC/ABET Outcome d, f);

3: ENGT graduates from BGSU will be capable of performing analytical measurements in a laboratory setting through the use of scientific instrumentation, analyze acquired data using state-of-the-art statistical software, and write technical reports based on experimental results explaining the significance of the findings. (Consistent with ETAC/ABET Outcomes a, b, c, f, g); transmission, and analog and digital design.

4: ENGT graduates from BGSU will achieve ethical and professional standards of behavior based on knowledge of contemporary issues and demonstrate expertise in critical thinking and decision making relative to a global society. (Consistent with ETAC/ABET Outcomes i, j, k);

5: ENGT graduates from BGSU will understand the need for maintaining and improving professional and technical skills throughout their careers. (Consistent with ETAC/ABET Outcome h, k).

1: Ability to think critically through research and problem-solving activities

2: Ability to synthesize data and draw reasoned conclusions

3: Ability to organize, develop and deliver presentations and training electronically.

4: Ability to evaluate and assess training programs and projects

5: Ability to communicate effectively through verbal, written and electronic mediums

6: Ability to understand and facilitate the integration of new technologies in the workplace

7: Ability to collaborate effectively in groups.

8: Ability to apply effective supervisory practices

1. Demonstrate critical-thinking skills as they relate to solving visual problems

2. Conceptualize and implement a visual solution in several media modes

3. Demonstrate operational level skill ability in each of the visual media areas of VCT

4. Research and produce an organized written rationale for using a specific medium to solve a specific visual problem

5. Apply knowledge of industrial applications to visual communication related technologies

6. Demonstrate the ability to critically assess how technology is affecting contemporary industrial practices and culture.

7. Demonstrate a specific media area of specialization.