Student Learning Outcomes
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) state what a student is able to do at the completion of a course or course assignment. A student learning outcome is a statement of expectation that articulates:
- What students will know, do or think/feel as a result of our interaction with them,
- Specifies how learning will be assessed, and
- Documents the results of assessment and how those results will be used to improve learning.
SLOs are: “What can students do or produce at the end of the course that they could not at the beginning.”
To view the the Student Learning Outcomes for a course, please specify the course abbreviation and course number below.