Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes

Agriculture

PLO 1: Analyze the impact of population growth and the environment

PLO 2a: Describe problems with legal and ethical issues in Agriculture.

PLO 2b: Assess technology uses in Agriculture

PLO 3a: Discuss global market issues

PLO 3b: Demonstrate capability in agriculture calculations

PLO 4: Identify and describe agricultural production inputs

PLO 5:  Identify and describe effective agriculture advertising and their effects on the market

 

Business

PLO 1: Demonstrate business literacy

PLO 2: Demonstrate the ability to think critically about business topics

PLO 3: Demonstrate the ability to function in a business environment

 

Communication

PLO 1/GEO 1: Recognize communication conventions unique to multiple discourses and make appropriate communications choices according to those conventions.

PLO 2/GEO 2: Apply fundamental communication theories to rhetorical choices in both written and spoken formats.

PLO 3/GEO 3: Engage through listening and reading, and respond thoughtfully with evidence to conflicting viewpoints using both written and spoken forms.

PLO 4/GEO 4: Ethically synthesize sources and communicate that synthesis coherently in written and spoken form.

PLO 5/GEO 5: Identify the core elements of both written and spoken arguments and evaluate the quality of those arguments.

PLO 6/GEO 6: Compose a logical, evidence-based argument.

 

Health and Human Performance

PLO 1: Design performance strategies related to skillful movement and physical activity

PLO 2: Analyze capabilities and needs of clients/athletes to produce plans for exercise and health using appropriate investigation

PLO 3: Formulate a philosophy or guiding vision that incorporate responsible behaviors, relationships, and environment towards health and human performance.

 

EMT 16 hr Cert

PLO 1: Demonstrate the appropriate skills and knowledge to assist in a variety of medical emergencies.

 

Education

PLO 1: Prepare effective institution plans, appropriate for content and grade level

PLO 2: Analyze sample instructional scenarios using modern pedagogical research

PLO 3: Formulate an educational philosophy that incorporates responsible behaviors, relationships, and environments.

 

Early Childhood Education

PLO 1: Use the knowledge of young children’s characteristics and needs to analyze all developmental domains regarding multiple influences on children’s development and learning.

PLO 2: Create respectful, reciprocal relationships that support and empower families to be involved in their children’s development and learning. 

PLO3: Apply systematic observations, documentation, and other effective assessment strategies in a responsible way to positively influence children’s development and learning.

 

Humanities

PLO 1/GEO 1: Explain the interrelated nature of humanities: how humanities shapes the world and how the work shapes the humanities.

PLO 2/GEO 2: Demonstrate understanding of the humanities in a diverse, global context.

PLO 3/GEO 3: Produce a work that engages with the creative and/or analytical process.

PLO 4/GEO 4: Demonstrate how the humanities can allow for introspection, self-discovery, and growth.

 

Math and Engineering

PLO 1/GEO 1: Recognize the mathematical concepts that are applicable to a scenario.

PLO 2/GEO 2: Apply technology in analysis.

PLO 3/GEO 3: Accurately interpret, validate, and communicate the result.

 

Nursing

PLO 1: Integrate caring behaviors in practicing the art and science of nursing within a diverse population.

PLO 2: Implement professional standards and scope of practice within legal, ethical, and regularity frameworks.

PLO 3: Collaborate with clients and members of the inter-professional health care team to optimize client outcomes.

PLO 4: Formulate safe and effective clinical judgements, guided by the nursing process, clinical reasoning, and evidence-based practices.

PLO 5: Manage care and provide leadership to meet client needs using available resources and current technology.

PLO 6: Generate teaching and learning processes to promote and maintain health and to reduce risks for global populations.

PLO 7: Demonstrate effective communication methods to manage client needs and to interact with other health care team members.

 

Renewable Energy

Wind Energy Technology

PLO21--Safety: Students will know and follow all safety guidelines related to wind energy industry.

PLO22—Mechanical: Students will be able to operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair mechanical systems.

PLO23—Electrical: Students will be able to operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair electrical systems.

PLO24—Hydraulics: Students will be able to operate, maintain, troubleshoot, and repair hydraulic systems.

PLO25—Operations: Students will be able summarize all aspects of the operation of a wind turbine and its relationship relative to a wind farm including electrical substations.

PLO26—General: Students will be able to summarize the pervasive aspects of the wind and electrical industries—computer skills, personal communications, teamwork, applied physical aspects, and environmental issues.

 

sUAS (proposed)

PLO31: Students will be able to select the appropriate platform for the required mission.

PLO32: Students will be able to describe and discuss recent legislation dealing with sUAS.

PLO33: Students will be able to select the appropriate sensor payload for the data required.

PLO34: Students will be able to program and perform an autonomous sUAS mission.

PLO35: Students will be able to describe and implement a scheduled and as needed maintenance strategy for various sUAS platforms.

PLO36: Students will be able to discuss and describe the genesis and initial use of technology used in sUAS.

PLO37: Students will be able to define proportional, integral, and derivatives inside a flight algorithm and describe how each impacts flight behavior.

PLO38: Students will be able to describe the relationship between motor KV, voltage and prop size and how it relates to efficiency.

PLO39: Students will be able to use a sectional chart and identify different airspace.

 

Solar Energy (proposed)

PLO41—Safety: Students will be able to identify the various safety hazards associate with PV systems and componenets.

PLO42: Students will be able to identify common types of PV system application with and without energy storage.

PLO43 Students will be able to describe the purpose and principles of operation for major PV system components.

PLO44: Students will be able to explain how PV modules are configure in series and parallel to build voltage, current, and power output.

PLO45: Students will be able to identify the requirements for plan review, permitting, inspections, construction contracts and other matters associate with approvals and code-compliance for PV systems.

PLO46: Students will be able to assess project site, including common roof structural design, types of electrical services, point of interconnection effect on obstructions, shading analysis tools and techniques, and effects of wind exposure.

 

 

Science

PLO 1/GEO 1: Apply the scientific process to evaluate current issues and circumstances.

PLO 2/GEO 2: Demonstrate scientific literacy and knowledge about the study of matter, life, and the universe.

PLO 3/GEO 3: Critically analyze events through a scientific lens.

PLO 4/GEO 4: Demonstrate quantitative reasoning and problem-solving.

 

Social Science

PLO 1/GEO 1: Demonstrate critical thinking in understanding of psychological and social aspects of the human experience.