GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS LEARNING OUTCOMES 2007

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1 GRADUATE DEGREE PROGRAMS LEARNING OUTCOMES 2007 Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership (Ed.D.) The department has established the following learning outcomes for students completing the Ed. D. program. Candidates will be able to facilitate the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a district-wide vision of learning supported by the school community. Candidates will be able to promote a positive district culture, provide an effective instructional program, apply best practice to student learning, and design comprehensive professional growth plans for staff. Candidates will be able to manage district organization, operations, and resources in a way that promotes a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment. Candidates will be able to collaborate with families and other community members, respond to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilize community resources. Candidates will be able to act with integrity, fairly, and in an ethical manner. Candidates will be able to influence the larger political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context. Candidates will be able to synthesize and apply the above outcomes through substantial, sustained, standards-based work in real settings.

2 Master of Arts (M.A.) in American Studies Learning Outcome 1: Students will develop complex analyses of the influence of cultural diversity on major developments and cases in American history and life, integrating cultural materials with concepts of social formation and process. Learning Outcome 2: Students will compare and connect historical trends, social issues, and/or cultural texts in the US with related examples from specific other countries and/or the global situation of the period under question. Learning Outcome 3: Students will design and implement significant individual research projects that explore complex questions using appropriate materials, concepts, and methods from multiple disciplines. Learning Outcome 4: Students will present their own research to multiple audiences, making appropriate choices about the format, content, organization, and the use of evidence that are appropriate for different purposes, audiences, and situations. Learning Outcome 5: Students will develop and practice ways to connect and apply their academic work to professional contexts and audiences beyond the university. Learning Outcome 6: Students will integrate content, theory and methods for interdisciplinary study of American history and culture.

3 Master of Arts (M.A.) in Economics The learning outcomes for the MA in economics are as follows: The students will demonstrate how to measure, detrend, and analyze macroeconomic variables such as GDP and inflation. The students will evaluate monetary and fiscal policy using various versions of the IS-LM model. The students will demonstrate the importance of expectations in current macroeconomic theory. The students will compare the basic theories and models of Neoclassical and New-Keynesian Economics. The student will solve for utility-maximizing and cost-minimizing outcomes using calculus. The student will mathematically model the behavior of firms in competitive markets and firms who are monopolies. The student will calculate the welfare losses due to a lack of competition. The student will explain how public goods and externalities result in market failure. The student will summarize how taxes result in efficiency losses and what factors determine the size of the efficiency loss. The student will use an econometric approach to model economic phenomenon, estimate the resulting model, and interpret the estimated regression coefficients. The student will demonstrate how to conduct a literature search of professional economic journals using EconLit.

4 Master of Arts (M.A.) in English The English Department has established the following learning outcomes for students completing the M.A. in English: English graduate students will demonstrate the ability to produce professionalquality research papers that could be used as the basis for conference presentations or professional publications. English graduate students will demonstrate the use of a variety of interpretive strategies for analyzing multiple kinds of texts, including close reading, contextual analysis, analysis of form and genre, and rhetorical analysis. English graduate students will demonstrate the use of theories related to the representation of culture, race, class, gender, and sexuality to interpret literary texts. English graduate students will demonstrate the ability to participate in the professional life of the filed as scholars, teachers, editors, and/or writers.

5 Master of Arts (M.A.) in History General Goals: Learning Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate the mastery of the historians skills of research, analysis and writing and employ them in a variety of forms (analytical, historiographic and bibliographic essays, and research papers or theses. Learning Outcome 2: Students will demonstrate the understanding and the mastery of European, American and/ or World Historiography. Learning Outcome 3: Students will demonstrate the recognition and mastery intercultural relationships and change over time.. Learning Outcome 4: Students will demonstrate the ability to distinguish and utilize primary and secondary sources. Learning Outcome 5: Students will demonstrate the ability to critique and analyze the works of other historians, past and present. Applied History Goals: Learning Outcome 6: Students will demonstrate the ability to translate traditional historical scholarship into media meant for non-professional audiences.

6 Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) Students completing the MBA program will demonstrate knowledge in: Management of basic business processes that relate to the production and marketing of goods and services, finance, human resources, and information flows. Economic, political, legal, social and cultural forces, international as well as domestic, that shape the market environment within which organizations strive to achieve competitive advantage. Ethical dimensions of decision-making Students completing the MBA program will demonstrate the following skills: Ability to identify and analyze complex business situations and to develop and implement effective solutions. Written and oral communications ability. Effective use of information technology for decision-making. Ability to work effectively in a group environment.

7 Master of Computing and Information Systems (M.C.I.S.) Masters Degree students in the C&IS program will: Gain Knowledge of the big picture of information systems, including system design and analysis, and how components such as databases and networks fit into the system knowledge vital to successful application of information systems to an organization. Experience opportunities to study other emerging and important areas of applied computing, including client/server programming, web site design, data mining, project planning, and security. Graduates of this program will be prepared for positions in key areas of information systems, including Information Systems Analysis, Database Design and Administration, Network Design and Administration, Computer Security, and Web Site Design and Administration. Students with interdisciplinary backgrounds in other areas will also be well prepared to utilize knowledge of information systems in areas such as Heath Care, Business, Education, Art and Graphic Design, and Criminal Justice.

8 Master of Health and Human Services (M.H.H.S.) Learning Outcome 1: The student will demonstrate skills to critically analyze health and human services issues. Learning Outcome 2: The student will demonstrate skills to access and successfully utilize computer sources of health and human services information Learning Outcome 3: The student will demonstrate skills that produce research projects and a publishable manuscript in APA style. Learning Outcome 4: The student will effectively perform proficiently in an online setting.

9 Master of Music (M.M.) Learning Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate specialized knowledge of at least one era of music history. Learning Outcome 2: Students will demonstrate specialized knowledge of at last one aspect of music theory. Learning Outcome 3: Students will demonstrate skills in reading, interpreting, and performing research in a given discipline within the field of music. Learning Outcome 4: Students will demonstrate skills in writing coherently about their area of specialization within music.

10 Master of Physical Therapy (M.P.T.) Upon completion of the physical therapy program graduates will: Be prepared to sit for and pass the National Licensure Examination Demonstrate professional, contextualized, decision making related to patient management. Formulate a plan of personal goals to continue professional development. Demonstrate a commitment to the physical therapy profession Display the characteristics and abilities of an autonomous practitioner of physical therapy.

11 Master of Science (M.S.) in Biology Thesis option: 1. Learning Outcome # 1: Students will be competitive for entry into health or research-related professional schools, post-graduate (Ph.D.) programs in the biological sciences, or the work place. 2. Learning Outcome # 2: Students will master the subjects found on standardized tests (molecular biology, physiology, immunology) required for entrance into professional schools (MCAT, GRE, etc.). 3. Learning Outcome # 3: Students will demonstrate the ability to read and evaluate the scientific literature in the biological sciences. 4. Learning Outcome #4: Students will be competent and independent researchers in a discipline of the biological sciences. Non-thesis option: 1. Learning Outcome # 1: Students will be competitive for entry into health or research related professional schools, post-graduate (Ph.D.) programs in the biological sciences, or the work place. 2. Learning Outcome # 2: Students will master the subjects found on standardized tests (molecular biology, physiology, immunology) required for entrance into professional schools (MCAT, GRE, etc.). 3. Learning Outcome # 3: Students will be able to read and evaluate scientific literature in the biological sciences. 4. Learning Outcome #4: Students will demonstrate broad knowledge in the biological sciences. Biology Education option: 1. Learning Outcome # 1: Students will demonstrate an understanding of basic biological principles. 2. Learning Outcome # 2: Students will be able to communicate biological principles in written and oral forms. 3. Learning Outcome # 3: Students will be familiar with the scientific process and the process of hypothesis testing. 4. Learning Outcome #4: Students will be capable of designing a basic experiment.

12 Master of Science (M.S.) in Chemistry Learning Outcome 1: Independent and critical thinking Graduate students should demonstrate the ability to critically review the literature pertaining to their research projects, and connect the earlier literature to their own results. Evidence for this independent and critical thinking process should extend through the students interpretation of their experimental data. Learning Outcome 2: Fundamentals of chemical instrumentation/software Graduate students should demonstrate a thorough understanding of the applications and basic principles of the chemical instrumentation and/or software vital to their thesis projects. Learning Outcome 3: Written/oral communication skills: Graduate students should demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate their research ideas and findings both orally and in writing. Learning Outcome 4: Chemical principles Graduate students should demonstrate a thorough understanding of the chemical principles related to their area of research.

13 Master of Science (M.S.) in Criminal Justice Students will demonstrate the ability to review critically the literature pertaining to their research projects and connect the literature to their own research results.

14 Master of Science (M.S.) in Environmental Studies o Communicate effectively using the language, concepts, and models of environmental science in written, visual, and numerical formats. o Properly apply the scientific method to research an environmental problem and formulate conclusions. o Demonstrate ability to apply appropriate field- and laboratory-based methods (of acquiring, quantitatively and qualitatively analyzing and interpreting environmental data and information). o Apply environmental science research as demonstrated by the successful completion of the comprehensive exam and a Master s thesis.

15 Master of Science (M.S.) in Mathematics Learning Outcome 1: Students will develop and demonstrate the ability to reason mathematically by constructing mathematical proofs and recognizing and analyzing accurate numerical data in all core courses. Students will learn that truth in mathematics is verified by careful argument, and will demonstrate the ability to make conjectures and form hypotheses, test the accuracy of their work, and effectively solve problems. Learning Outcome 2: Students will learn to identify fundamental concepts of mathematics as applied to science and other areas of mathematics, and to interconnect the roles of pure and applied mathematics. Learning Outcome 3: Students will demonstrate that they can communicate mathematical ideas effectively by completing a graduate project or thesis involving an investigative mathematical project, together with oral and written examinations. Learning Outcome 4: Students will demonstrate that they can write mathematics well, consistent with the written tradition of the discipline. Learning Outcome 5: Students in cooperative doctoral programs will demonstrate their ability to create significant, original mathematics. Learning Outcome 6: Students in the Actuarial Science Track will show mastery of actuarial science concepts and techniques by passing actuarial examinations administered by the Society of Actuaries and other testing authorities.

16 Master of Science in Education Counseling Learning Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate counseling knowledge and skills for working with diverse populations and ethnic groups Learning Outcome 2: Students will demonstrate knowledge of theories of individual and family development across the life span Learning Outcome 3: Students will demonstrate an understanding of essential interviewing and individual and group counseling skills Learning Outcome 4: Students will demonstrate an understanding of basic concepts of standardized and nonstandardized testing and other assessment techniques Learning Outcome 5: Students will demonstrate abilities to use technology and statistical methods in conducting research and program evaluation Learning Outcome 6: Students will demonstrate knowledge of the identity, history, and philosophy of the counseling profession in general, and their particular counseling programs Learning Outcome 7: Students will demonstrate knowledge and the ability to apply ethical standards of the ACA and related entities and legal codes specifically related to the practice of community counseling, school counseling, and student affairs Learning Outcome 8: Students will demonstrate an understanding of career theory and career counseling techniques, including career assessment

17 Master of Science in Education Educational Administration The department has established the following learning outcomes for candidates completing its M.S. Ed. and post-master s licensure programs. Candidates will be able to facilitate the development, articulation, implementation, and stewardship of a school vision of learning that is supported by the school community. Candidates will be able to promote a positive school culture, provide an effective instructional program, apply best practice to student learning, and design comprehensive professional growth plans for staff. Candidates will be able to manage school organization, operations, and resources in a way that promotes a safe, efficient, and effective learning environment. Candidates will be able to collaborate with families and other community members, respond to diverse community interests and needs, and mobilize community resources. Candidates will be able to act with integrity, fairly, and in an ethical manner. Candidates will be able to influence the larger political, social, economic, legal, and cultural context. Candidates will be able to synthesize and apply the above outcomes through substantial, sustained, standards-based work in real settings.

18 Master of Science in Education Teacher Education Curriculum and Instruction Program Advanced teacher candidates have the breadth and depth of knowledge, skills, and sensitivities needed to be accomplished teachers, researchers, advocates, and leaders in their fields of specialization as they explore, create, and implement curriculum and instruction methods and strategies. The standards and criteria for judging candidates are established by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS) and by the Ohio Department of Education. From these standards, the following educational learning outcomes are derived. Advanced Teacher Candidates will: 1. apply content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, and research results in carrying out teaching responsibilities, 2. use technology with students as a means to discover, apply, and communicate knowledge and information, 3. reflect thoughtfully concerning instructional and assessment strategies, 4. develop professionally through reflective practice and active analysis in fieldbased experience, 5. understand and value human diversity as a central element in educational settings, and 6. exercise fairness and principled concern, care, and tolerance in professional activities.

19 Early Childhood Education Early childhood advanced teacher candidates have the breadth and depth of knowledge, skills and sensitivities needed to be a accomplished teachers, researchers, advocates and leaders within the field. The standards and criteria for judging candidates are established by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) and the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS). From these standards, the following educational learning outcomes are derived. Advanced Teacher Candidates will: 1. develop a professional depth, complexity and applicability to the professional contexts of the five undergraduate outcomes; 2. demonstrate a high level of competence in understanding and responding to diversity of culture, language and ethnicity; 3. demonstrate in depth knowledge and thoughtful application of NAEYC s Code of Ethical Conduct and other guidelines relevant to their professional role. 4. possess a high level of oral, written, and technological communication skills, with specialization for the specific professional role(s) emphasized in the program. 5. demonstrate a high level of skills in identifying and using the human, material, and technological resources needed to perform their professional roles and to keep abreast of the field s changing knowledge base. 6. use systematic and professionally accepted approaches. They will demonstrate inquiry skills, showing their ability to investigate questions relevant to their practice and professional goals. 7. demonstrate the flexible, varied skills needed to work collaboratively and effectively with other adults in professional roles. 8. demonstrate competence in articulating and advocating for sound professional practices and public policies for the positive development and learning of all young children. 9. reflect on and use their abilities and opportunities to think strategically, build consensus, crate change and influence better outcomes for children, families and the profession.

20 Middle Childhood Education and Grades 4-6 Endorsement Program Middle level master candidates will: 1. understand and analyze the major concepts, principles, theories, and research related to young adolescent development, and they apply that knowledge in their practice. 2. Middle level masters candidates will understand and analyze the major concepts, principles, theories, and research underlying the philosophical foundations and organizational components of highly effective middle level schools, and they apply that knowledge in their practice. 3. Middle level masters candidates will understand and analyze the major concepts, principles, theories, and research related to middle level curriculum and assessment, and they apply that knowledge in the practice. 4. Middle level masters candidates will understand and analyze the major concepts, principles, theories, standards, and research related to their teaching field(s), and they apply that knowledge in their practice. 5. Middle level masters candidates will understand and analyze the major concepts, principles, theories, and research related to effective middle level instruction and assessment, and they apply a variety of effective strategies to meet the varying abilities, interests, and learning styles of all young adolescents. 6. Middle level masters candidates will understand and analyze the major concepts, principles, theories, and research related to working collaboratively with family and community members, and they provide leadership in helping all stakeholders offer high quality learning opportunities for all young adolescents. 7. Middle level masters candidates will understand and analyze the major concepts, principles, theories, and research related to their professional roles in middle level education, and they apply that knowledge.

21 Adolescent/Young Adult Content Area Concentration Program Advanced candidates view professional development and coaching as a career-long effort and responsibility. Secondary advanced teacher candidates have the breadth and depth of knowledge, skills, and sensitivities needed to be accomplished teachers, researchers, advocates, and leaders in their fields of specialization. The standards and criteria for judging candidates are established by the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards (NBPTS. From these standards, the following educational learning outcomes are derived. Advanced Adolescent/Young Adult master teacher candidates will: 1. use a wide range of instructional practices, approaches, methods, and curriculum materials to planning for instruction. 2. use a variety of assessment tools and practices to plan and evaluate effective instruction. 3. apply content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge, and research results in carrying out teaching responsibilities, 4. use technology with students as a means to discover, apply, and communicate knowledge and information, 5. reflect thoughtfully concerning instructional and assessment strategies, 6. develop professionally through reflective practice and active analysis in fieldbased experience, 7. understand and value human diversity as a central element in educational settings, and 8. exercise fairness and principled concern, care, and tolerance in professional activities.

22 Adolescent/Young Adult Master and/or Licensure Program Adolescent/Young Adult advanced teacher candidates have the knowledge, skills, and sensitivities needed to become accomplished teachers, researchers, advocates and leaders within the field. The standards and criteria for judging candidates are established mandated by the Ohio Department of Education, and the following specialized professional associations (SPAs): National Council for Teachers of English, National Council of Teachers of Mathematics, National Council for the Social Studies, National Science Teachers Association. From these various standards, the following learning educational outcomes are derived. The Teacher Candidates will: 1. Apply content knowledge, pedagogical knowledge and research results in carrying out teacher responsibilities. 2. Use technology with students as a means to discover, apply and communicate knowledge and information. 3. Will reflect thoughtfully concerning instructional assessment strategies. 4. Will develop professionally through reflective practice in field-based experiences. 5. Will understand and value human diversity as a central element in educational settings. 6. Will exercise fairness and principled concern, care, and tolerance in professional activities.

23 Literacy Master and/or Reading (Pre K-12) Endorsement Program Literacy professionals with an endorsement or Masters in Reading are responsible for meeting the literacy needs of all students. The standards and criteria for judging candidates are established by the International Reading Association (IRA) and mandated by the Ohio Department of Education. From these standards the following educational learning outcomes are derived. Literacy Master Candidates will: 1. have knowledge of the foundations of reading and writing processes and instruction. 2. use a wide range of instructional practices, approaches, methods, and curriculum materials to support reading and writing instruction. 3. use a variety of assessment tools and practices to plan and evaluate effective reading instruction. 4. create a literate environment that fosters reading and writing by integrating foundational knowledge, use of instructional practices, approaches and methods, curriculum materials, and the appropriate use of assessments. 5. will view professional development and coaching as a career-long effort and responsibility.

24 Educational Technology Advanced candidates have the knowledge, skills, and sensitivities needed to become accomplished teachers, researchers, advocates and leaders within the field. In this program they will develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions to be leaders in the educational technology field as guided by the ISTE Standards. From these standards the following educational learning outcomes were developed. Educational Technology teacher candidates will: 1. Educational technology facilitators demonstrate an in-depth understanding of technology operations and concepts. 2. Planning and Designing Learning Environments and Experiences. Educational technology facilitators plan, design, and model effective learning environments and multiple experiences supported by technology. 3. Educational technology facilitators apply and implement curriculum plans that include methods and strategies for utilizing technology to maximize student learning. 4. Educational technology facilitators apply technology to facilitate a variety of effective assessment and evaluation strategies. 5. Educational technology facilitators apply technology to enhance and improve personal productivity and professional practice. 6. Educational technology facilitators understand the social, ethical, legal, and human issues surrounding the use of technology in P-12 schools and assist teachers in applying that understanding in their practice. 7. Educational technology facilitators promote the development and implementation of technology infrastructure, procedures, policies, plans, and budgets for P-12 schools. 8. Educational technology facilitators will contribute to the shared vision for campus integration of technology and foster an environment and culture conducive to the realization of the vision.

25 Master of Science in Engineering In the Master of Science in Engineering programs at YSU, students learning outcomes include development of: 1. an ability to formulate and solve advanced engineering problems; 2. an ability to apply knowledge in a specialized area of their engineering discipline; 3. an ability to design and conduct research projects; 4. an understanding of business fundamentals, including project planning and management, asset management, leadership, and entrepreneurship; and 5. an understanding of the role of engineers in society.

26 Master of Science in Nursing (M.S.N.) The Learning Outcomes for each of the specialty MSN options are as follows: CNS Chronic Illness Care Option Outcomes: 1. Practice in advanced nursing roles within the Health Care Delivery System. 2. Incorporate a variety of theories from nursing and related fields into nursing practice and management roles. 3. Analyze social issues related to the health care delivery system and Advanced Practice Nursing. CNS School Nurse Option Outcomes: 1. Work in the clinical practice specialty of school health using advanced practice roles. 2. Incorporate a variety of theories from nursing and related fields into nursing practice and management roles. 3. Analyze social issues related to the health care delivery system and Advanced Practice Nursing. Nurse Anesthetist Option Outcomes: 1. Administer anesthesia in a variety of practice settings to patients needing anesthesia care. 2. Utilize advanced practice nursing roles within the health care delivery system.

27 Master of Social Work (M.S.W.) The program learning outcomes for a Masters in Social Work are as follows: Prepare students to apply the generalist practice perspective to advanced social work practice using a strengths-based empowerment orientation with diverse client populations and social service delivery systems; Develop an understanding of causal factors such as oppression, poverty, racism, and discrimination that influence social and economic justice among diverse client groups; Develop an understanding of diversity that promotes competent practice in the areas of social work assessment, planning, practice and research; Promote the development, integration and incorporation of core values and ethics of the social work profession into advanced practice; and Establish an understanding of how the implementation of program evaluation and research are used to advance a cost effective, accountable environment in social service agency settings.

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