The Department of Languages, Philosophy and Communication Studies is committed to providing a high quality education to students and ensuring they graduate with the core competencies needed to thrive in a dynamic world. Each year, the department revisits its assessment programs to determine whether or not we are meeting the expectations of our discipline and our students. Aggregating data on student achievement and survey feedback assists us with refining existing courses and developing new classes to meet the changing needs of our students. Below are the learning objectives and outcome data for our programs.

ANNUAL ASSESSMENT REPORTS

2014-2015 2010-2011 2006-2007 2002-2003
2013-2014 2009-2010 2005-2006
2012-2013 2008-2009 2004-2005
2011-2012 2007-2008 2003-2004


COMMUNICATION STUDIES PROGRAM
mission statement
assessment plan
learning objectives
mapping: curriculum and program learning objectives
undergraduate program outcome data
data-based decisions

GLOBAL COMMUNICATION  PROGRAM
mission statement
assessment plan
learning objectives
mapping: curriculum and program learning objectives
undergraduate program outcome data
data-based decisions

LANGUAGES PROGRAM
mission statement
assessment plan
learning objectives
mapping: curriculum and program learning objectives
undergraduate program outcome data
data-based decisions

MASTER OF SECOND LANGUAGE TEACHING PROGRAM
mission statement
assessment plan
learning objectives
mapping: curriculum and program learning objectives
graduate program outcome data
data-based decisions

PHILOSOPHY PROGRAM
mission statement
assessment plan
learning objectives
mapping: curriculum and program learning objectives
undergraduate program outcome data
data-based decisions

ASIAN STUDIES PROGRAM
mission statement
assessment plan
learning objectives
mapping: currriculum and program learning objectives
undergraduate program outcome data
data-based decisions