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1 College-wide Goal Assessment Plans (SoA&S Assessment Coordinator September 24, 2015) College-wide Goal 1: Intellectual Engagement PG1 Students will demonstrate the ability to think critically and analytically about the field and issues within it from Foundational Communication contemporary and historical perspectives. LC First Year Program FYP G 1 Students will increase their self-awareness via engagement in an important issue(s) and reflection on where Foundational they place themselves regarding that issue. Chemistry PG2 Students will demonstrate competency in laboratory work. Foundational; Chemistry PG3 Students will be able to apply quantitative reasoning skills and critical thinking to problem solving. Foundational, Philosophy PG1 Critical Thinking and Analysis; Analyze, interpret and understand philosophical texts and discourse. Foundational Arts (minor) PG1 Students will have a critical awareness of aesthetic culture as well as enhanced literacy in one or more of the following: drama, dance, language, music, and visual arts. PG1 Students will use logic and insight to analyze problems, develop solution strategies, implement their strategies, interpret their results, and reflect on the entire process to see how it might be improved and generalized Foundational ; Foundational, PG4 Students will be able to write and speak about issues related to digital cultures and digital technologies, analyzing issues related to the field and demonstrating competence in critically reading academic literature and applying theory and research methodology to discipline-specific problems. English Literature PG 1 Know the main outlines of British and American literary history, including the history of formerly marginalized writers, and be able to place works in that context, with informed references to the cultural forces that produce and influence literature and other forms of art. English Writing PG1 Students will have a knowledge of rhetoric and literacy, and their links to various contexts, histories and theories. Media Management PG2 Students will have the essential skills and knowledge of business in order to manage and direct projects within an organization. Modern Languages PG3 Demonstrate the ability to think critically through thesis-driven analyses and interpretation of a variety of cultural texts including literature, film, plastic arts, and music. Philosophy PG2 Philosophical Knowledge and Methodology: Demonstrate fluency with the major traditions, figures, concepts and methods of philosophy Physics PG 2 Students will have the analytical and problem solving skills needed to begin their careers or enter graduate school. Sports Management PG 7 Students will satisfactorily complete applied learning assignments. Ethics (minor) Civic Engagement PG 2 Students will acquire the skills necessary to identify and analyze the moral dimensions of an issue and to engage in ethical problem-solving. Students will understand a problem, generate solutions, evaluate final outcomes, and reflect on academic, professional and civic learning.

2 Sports Management PG 6 Students will seek and complete experiential opportunities that have been secured through their own efforts. PG 5 Students will develop and complete an independent or client-based project to demonstrate their comprehension and acquisition of the critical and technical skills developed in the major. Economics PG2 Obtain the expertise to effectively apply quantitative tools to empirically analyze microeconomic and macroeconomic issues Economics PG4 Be able to address contemporary problems and issues by using an accepted paradigm or framework of analysis used by the economics profession Psychology PG 3 Critical thinking skills in psychology: Students will understand and apply basic research methods in psychology, including research design, data analysis, and interpretation. Alumni Survey I am satisfied with how well Fisher developed my abilities in : Intellectual Engagement (intellectual curiosity, posing and taking positions on significant questions, defending positions with reasoned arguments based on evidence) 2.d. During the current school year how often have you examined the strengths and weaknesses of your own views on 64%/FR 60/SR 68/SP a topic or issue 4c During the current school year, how much has your coursework emphasized analyzing an idea, experience, or line of 79%/FR 79%/SR reasoning in depth by examining its parts 80% SP 4.d. During the current school year, how much of your coursework has emphasized evaluating a point of view 82%/FR 75%/SR 72% SP 17.f How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development 74%/FR 79%/SR with regards to: Working effectively with others 80%/SP College-wide Goal 2 : Diversity and Cultural Understanding Museum Studies PG 2 Students will identify cultural and archeological contextual information necessary for the interpretation of artifacts Foundational Chemistry PG4 Students will be able to evaluate and interpret chemical studies (i.e., published work); present summaries and conclusions, in writing and/or orally, to people in and out of the field of chemistry. PG4 Students will be able to write and speak about issues related to digital cultures and digital technologies, analyzing issues related to the field and demonstrating competence in critically reading academic literature and applying theory and research methodology to discipline-specific problems. English Literature PG 1 Know the main outlines of British and American literary history, including the history of formerly marginalized writers, and be able to place works in that context, with informed references to the cultural forces that produce and influence literature and other forms of art. Media Management PG2 Students will have the essential skills and knowledge of business in order to manage and direct projects within an organization. Modern Languages PG2 Understand the history and cultures of French- and Spanish-speaking countries and peoples in a global context. P2 Core CG1 Students will understand that philosophical, religious, and/or ethical systems are historically contingent P5 Core CG 2 Students will be able to draw linguistic and/or cultural comparisons and contrasts between one's own and another culture. CC Core CG4 Students will understand the evolution of cultural variation (how it develops, adapts, and/or transforms)

3 Ethics (minor) Civic Engagement Arts (minor) Communication Global Studies PG 4 Students will critically examine their own ethics and values as they practice ethical decision-making in a variety of personal and professional contexts. Student will use a growing understanding of diversity and cultural differences and skills needed to work within diverse communities and cultures to solve community issues. PG3 Students have an understanding of connections between mathematics courses, among topics within single courses, and between mathematics and other disciplines, particularly the natural and social sciences PG2 Students will have an understanding of Art, its history, and the philosophical and cultural conditions that influence its creating and interpretation. PG 5 Students will demonstrate and understanding of professional principles and work standards. PG 2 Students will develop critical minds through exposure to rival theories/literature and contending perspectives of world and will engage in international and intercultural learning., Global Studies PG3 Students will be prepared to foster global citizenship and cosmopolitanism. Economics Psychology PG4 Be able to address contemporary problems and issues by using an accepted paradigm or framework of analysis used by the economics profession PG 4 Application of psychology: Students will understand and then apply psychological principles to personal, social, and organizational issues. Religious Studies PG3 Understand religious traditions from a variety of perspectives 2c During the current school year how often have you included diverse perspectives (political, religious, racial/ethnic, gender, etc) in course discussions or assignments 2e During the current school year, how often have you tried to better understand someone else's views by imagining how an issue looks from their perspective 8.c. During the current school year, about how often have you had discussions with people from religious beliefs other than your own 17.h How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development with regards to: Understanding people of other backgrounds (economic, racial/ethnic, political, religious, nationality, etc) 56%/FR 59/SP 71%/FR 70%SP 54/SR 66%/SR 67% /FR 64%/SR 68%/SP 58%/FR 58%/SR 60/SP Alumni Survey 17.j How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development with regards to: Being an informed and active citizen PG 1 Students will understand how gender is socially constructed PG 4 Students will understand how systems of power affect the individual and society. I am satisfied with how well Fisher developed my abilities in :Diversity and Cultural Understanding (reflecting on individual and cultural perspectives in the context of others, engaging with a wide range of individuals and groups in achieving common goals) 60%/FR 58%/ SR 61%/SP

4 College-wide Goal 3: Communication 199 First Year Program Students will be able to locate, select, and document secondary source material relevant to a topic Lavery Library LL G 2The information literate student accesses information effectively and efficiently Foundational Lavery Library LL G 3 The information literate student evaluates information and its sources Foundational Lavery Library LL G 4 The information literate student uses information ethically and legally. Foundational PG1 Students will develop skills in coding, allowing them to adapt to new languages and techniques during their career. Foundational Museum Studies PG 2 Students will identify cultural and archeological contextual information necessary for the interpretation of artifacts Foundational Biology PG2.1 Use laboratory equipment and techniques appropriate to the field of study Foundational; Communication PG3 Students will demonstrate writing, speech and technological presentation skills suited to a convergent media environment Foundational,, History PG2 Students will have the skills and knowledge to craft historical narrative and argument. Foundational,, History PG 3 Student will be well practiced in historical thinking. Foundational,, Arts (minor) Chemistry English Literature PG1 Students will have a critical awareness of aesthetic culture as well as enhanced literacy in one or more of the following: drama, dance, language, music, and visual arts. PG4 Students will be able to evaluate and interpret chemical studies (i.e., published work); present summaries and conclusions, in writing and/or orally, to people in and out of the field of chemistry. PG 2 Students will learn techniques for designing and creating web and mobile sites for a variety of commercial, journalistic, and artistic purposes. PG4 Students will be able to write and speak about issues related to digital cultures and digital technologies, analyzing issues related to the field and demonstrating competence in critically reading academic literature and applying theory and research methodology to discipline-specific problems. PG 1 Know the main outlines of British and American literary history, including the history of formerly marginalized writers, and be able to place works in that context, with informed references to the cultural forces that produce and influence literature and other forms of art. Foundational ; English Writing PG1 Students will have a knowledge of rhetoric and literacy, and their links to various contexts, histories and theories. Media Management PG1 Students will develop the traditional and emerging communication skills necessary for future careers in the field.

5 Media Management PG2 Students will have the essential skills and knowledge of business in order to manage and direct projects within an organization. Philosophy PG4 Communication: Develop, organize, and express ideas in a precise, clear, effective and systematic manner. Political Science PG3 Students will demonstrate an ability in analytical thinking to a degree and in the manner appropriate to the course level. Legal Studies PG3 Students will demonstrate an ability in analytical thinking to a degree and in a manner appropriate to the course level. P1 Core CG 1 Students will discern how form influences meaning SQ Core CG4 Students understand the importance of clear and accurate reporting in a quantitative study. Civic Engagement Students will tailor communication strategies to effectively express, listen, and adapt to others in order to incorporate an understanding of their audience's diverse needs, establish relationships, and collaborate with others. English Writing PG5 Acquire and apply knowledge and skills from the major in professional and public writing situations (publication), Sports Management PG 5 Students will demonstrate competency in oral and/or visual presentations. PG 5 Students will develop and complete an independent or client-based project to demonstrate their comprehension and acquisition of the critical and technical skills developed in the major. PG 2 Students will extend their abilities to develop, refine, and prove mathematical conjectures Economics PG3 Communicate effectively in written, spoken and graphical form within and across disciplines 1b During the current school year, how often have you prepared two or more drafts of a paper or assignment before handing it in? 55%/FR 38/SR 38/SP 1i During the current year, how often have you given a course presentation? 51%/FR 72/SR 68/SP 9.a. During the current year, how often have you identified key information from reading assignments 89%/FR 88%/SR 84%/SP 9.c. During the current year, how often have you summarized what you learned in class or from course materials 73%/FR 68%/SR 62%/SP Career Center 17.a How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development with regards to: Writing clearly and effectively 17.b How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development with regards to: Speaking clearly and effectively 17.c How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development with regards to: Thinking critically and analytically CC G 1 Develop Career Competencies ( effectively edit and compose a resume; structure writing descriptions using an active voice; write a detailed description of work experience and provide context) 86%/FR 78%/SP 77%/SR 72%/FR 78/SR 78%/SP 89%/FR 88/SR 88/SP PG 3 Students will know and be able to articulate important aspects of feminist theories

6 Alumni Survey I am satisfied with how well Fisher developed my abilities in :Communication (gathering information and using it to generate, understand, and convey ideas through effective listening, speaking, reading, and writing, processing quantified data, understanding and communicating results, using appropriate technology) College-wide Goal 4: Ethical Integrity Lavery Library LL G 4 The information literate student uses information ethically and legally. Foundational Communication PG1 Students will demonstrate the ability to think critically and analytically about the field and issues within it from contemporary and historical perspectives. PG1 Students will use logic and insight to analyze problems, develop solution strategies, implement their strategies, interpret their results, and reflect on the entire process to see how it might be improved and generalized Foundational Foundational, Chemistry PG4 Students will be able to evaluate and interpret chemical studies (i.e., published work); present summaries and conclusions, in writing and/or orally, to people in and out of the field of chemistry. PG4 Students will be able to write and speak about issues related to digital cultures and digital technologies, analyzing issues related to the field and demonstrating competence in critically reading academic literature and applying theory and research methodology to discipline-specific problems. Media Management PG2 Students will have the essential skills and knowledge of business in order to manage and direct projects within an organization. Modern Languages PG2 Understand the history and cultures of French- and Spanish-speaking countries and peoples in a global context. Ethics (minor) Arts (minor) Communication PG 4 Students will critically examine their own ethics and values as they practice ethical decision-making in a variety of personal and professional contexts. PG2 Students will have an understanding of Art, its history, and the philosophical and cultural conditions that influence its creating and interpretation. PG 5 Students will demonstrate and understanding of professional principles and work standards. Global Studies PG3 Students will be prepared to foster global citizenship and cosmopolitanism. Psychology Religious Studies Alumni Survey PG 5 Values in psychology: Students will value empirical evidence, tolerate ambiguity, act ethically, and reflect other values that are underpinnings of psychology 17.g How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development with regards to: Developing or clarifying a personal code of values and ethics PG 4 Students will understand how systems of power affect the individual and society. PG 4 Students will demonstrate that they are ethically aware and socially responsible in their personal and professional lives I am satisfied with how well Fisher developed my abilities in : Ethical Integrity (examining and articulating evolving values in the context of multiple ethical, philosophical, and religious perspectives, embracing ethical decision-making) 63%/FR 65%/SR 70/SP

7 College-wide Goal 5: Discourse and Content of Field PG1 Students will develop skills in coding, allowing them to adapt to new languages and techniques during their career. Foundational Museum Studies PG 1 Student will be proficient with the research methods used in the field of museum studies. Foundational Biology PG2.1 Use laboratory equipment and techniques appropriate to the field of study Foundational; Biology PG1 Biology majors will achieve basic proficiency in Biology through exposure to areas of fundamental importance to the field. Foundational; Chemistry PG2 Students will demonstrate competency in laboratory work. Foundational; Chemistry PG3 Students will be able to apply quantitative reasoning skills and critical thinking to problem solving. Foundational, Philosophy PG1 Critical Thinking and Analysis; Analyze, interpret and understand philosophical texts and discourse. Foundational Arts (minor) PG1 Students will have a critical awareness of aesthetic culture as well as enhanced literacy in one or more of the following: drama, dance, language, music, and visual arts. Foundational; History PG2 Students will have the skills and knowledge to craft historical narrative and argument. Foundational,, History PG 3 Student will be well practiced in historical thinking. Foundational,, PG1 Students will use logic and insight to analyze problems, develop solution strategies, implement their strategies, interpret their results, and reflect on the entire process to see how it might be improved and generalized Foundational, PG 2 Students will learn techniques for designing and creating web and mobile sites for a variety of commercial, journalistic, and artistic purposes. PG4 Students will be able to write and speak about issues related to digital cultures and digital technologies, analyzing issues related to the field and demonstrating competence in critically reading academic literature and applying theory and research methodology to discipline-specific problems. English Literature PG 1 Know the main outlines of British and American literary history, including the history of formerly marginalized writers, and be able to place works in that context, with informed references to the cultural forces that produce and influence literature and other forms of art. Media Management PG1 Students will develop the traditional and emerging communication skills necessary for future careers in the field. Media Management Modern Languages PG2 Students will have the essential skills and knowledge of business in order to manage and direct projects within an organization. PG3 Demonstrate the ability to think critically through thesis-driven analyses and interpretation of a variety of cultural texts including literature, film, plastic arts, and music.

8 Philosophy PG2 Philosophical Knowledge and Methodology: Demonstrate fluency with the major traditions, figures, concepts and methods of philosophy Physics PG1 Students will have the scientific knowledge needed to begin their careers or graduate school. Sociology Criminology PG1 Expose students to the fundamental concepts, theories, values, perspectives and methodological traditions that comprise sociology as a discipline PG1 Expose students to the fundamental concepts, theories, values, perspectives and methodological traditions that comprise Criminology as a discipline Anthropology PG1 Expose students to the fundamental concepts, theories, values, perspectives and methodological traditions that comprise the primary subfields of Anthropology Statistics PG2 Computational: Be familiar with standard statistical software, data management, and algorithmic problem solving. English Writing PG5 Acquire and apply knowledge and skills from the major in professional and public writing situations (publication), Sports Management PG 5 Students will demonstrate competency in oral and/or visual presentations. PG 5 Students will develop and complete an independent or client-based project to demonstrate their comprehension and acquisition of the critical and technical skills developed in the major. Global Studies PG 2 Students will develop critical minds through exposure to rival theories/literature and contending perspectives of world and will engage in international and intercultural learning. PG 2 Students will extend their abilities to develop, refine, and prove mathematical conjectures Economics PG2 Obtain the expertise to effectively apply quantitative tools to empirically analyze microeconomic and macroeconomic issues Economics Psychology PG4 Be able to address contemporary problems and issues by using an accepted paradigm or framework of analysis used by the economics profession PG 1 Knowledge base of Psychology: Students will demonstrate familiarity with the major concepts, theoretical perspectives, empirical findings, and historical trends in psychology Interdisciplinary PG2 Students are able to connect academic course work with the skills and knowledge to achieve their professional and personal goals. Religious Studies PG3 Understand religious traditions from a variety of perspectives Alumni Survey 2a. During the current school year, how often have you combined ideas from different courses when completing assignments 4b During the current school year, how much has your coursework emphasized applying facts, theories or methods to practical problems or new solutions? PG 2 Students will understand how gender intersects with other social and cultural identities PG 3 Students will know and be able to articulate important aspects of feminist theories I am satisfied with how well Fisher developed my abilities in : Discourse and Content of Field (becoming grounded in your discipline, communicating within and about the discipline, applying methods and tools of the discipline to solve problems) 64%/FR 76%/SR 74/SP 79%/FR 82/SR 81/SP

9 College-wide Goal 6: Application of Knowledge Biology PG2.1 Use laboratory equipment and techniques appropriate to the field of study Foundational; Biology PG1 Biology majors will achieve basic proficiency in Biology through exposure to areas of fundamental importance to the field. Foundational; Chemistry PG3 Students will be able to apply quantitative reasoning skills and critical thinking to problem solving. Foundational, Philosophy PG1 Critical Thinking and Analysis; Analyze, interpret and understand philosophical texts and discourse. Foundational History PG2 Students will have the skills and knowledge to craft historical narrative and argument. Foundational,, PG1 Students will use logic and insight to analyze problems, develop solution strategies, implement their strategies, interpret their results, and reflect on the entire process to see how it might be improved and generalized Foundational, Sports Management PG 8 Students will develop professional contacts through activities in and/or out of the classroom. Foundational Chemistry Communication PG4 Students will be able to evaluate and interpret chemical studies (i.e., published work); present summaries and conclusions, in writing and/or orally, to people in and out of the field of chemistry. PG4 Students will demonstrate an understanding of current media technologies and their current capabilities, limitations and implications PG 2 Students will learn techniques for designing and creating web and mobile sites for a variety of commercial, journalistic, and artistic purposes. English Writing PG1 Students will have a knowledge of rhetoric and literacy, and their links to various contexts, histories and theories. Media Management PG2 Students will have the essential skills and knowledge of business in order to manage and direct projects within an organization. Modern Languages PG3 Demonstrate the ability to think critically through thesis-driven analyses and interpretation of a variety of cultural texts including literature, film, plastic arts, and music. Physics PG1 Students will have the scientific knowledge needed to begin their careers or graduate school. Sports Management PG 7 Students will satisfactorily complete applied learning assignments. P3 Core P4 Core Pre-Health Professions Pre-Health Professions CG3 Students will be able to situate their explanation, interpretation, and/or analysis within a paradigm, methods, or theoretical perspective. CG2 Students will recognize the different strategies available for problem solving and will be able to identify their benefits and drawbacks PHPA G 1 Students will understand the various options available in the health professions for individuals who have completed STEM undergraduate course work PHPA G2 Students will align their academic work and activities with the knowledge and skills needed in their chosen profession/graduate program

10 Ethics (minor) Civic Engagement Civic Engagement PG 2 Students will acquire the skills necessary to identify and analyze the moral dimensions of an issue and to engage in ethical problem-solving. Students will test experiences in the community against knowledge gained through academic work and apply course content to community issues in order to achieve solutions to civic dilemmas. Students will increase their awareness and concern about the needs in the community and will have the motivation to make a positive difference. English Literature PG 5Acquire and apply knowledge and skills from the major in professional and public writing situations (publication), English Writing PG5 Acquire and apply knowledge and skills from the major in professional and public writing situations (publication), PG3 Students have an understanding of connections between mathematics courses, among topics within single courses, and between mathematics and other disciplines, particularly the natural and social sciences, Sports Management PG 6 Students will seek and complete experiential opportunities that have been secured through their own efforts. American Studies PG 3 Be qualified and prepared for advanced study in American Studies and related fields, as well as careers in professions such as education, law, public administration and business. Arts (minor) PG3 Students will create a well-considered, original body of work, written and/or visual, in completion of the minor. Economics Psychology PG 5 Students will develop and complete an independent or client-based project to demonstrate their comprehension and acquisition of the critical and technical skills developed in the major. PG4 Be able to address contemporary problems and issues by using an accepted paradigm or framework of analysis used by the economics profession PG 4 Application of psychology: Students will understand and then apply psychological principles to personal, social, and organizational issues. 2.b During the current school year, how often have you connected your learning to societal problems or issues? 54%/FR 63/SR 67/SP Alumni Survey 2g During the current school year how often have you connected ideas from your own courses to your prior experiences and knowledge? 17.i How much has your experience at this institution contributed to your knowledge, skills, and personal development with regards to: solving complex real world problems PG 1 Students will understand how gender is socially constructed PG 4 Students will understand how systems of power affect the individual and society. I am satisfied with how well Fisher developed my abilities in : Application of Knowledge (drawing on reason, experience, and academic preparation to achieve effective solutions to personal, intellectual, professional, and civic problems) 79%/FR 84/SR 85/SP 59%/FR 62/SR 65/SP

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