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Expected learning Outcomes for credit and non-credit courses are defined and conveniently located in the publicly accessible MJC PiratesNet Class Search, and also on instructors' syllabi each term. To view CLOs for a given course on PiratesNet, search for the course and click on the title to view the course description and the expected learning outcomes. To revise existing course outcomes statements, faculty with appropriate login credentials do so in the Outcomes module in CurricUNET. CLOs are also visible for general public on the CurricUNET Outcome Search.
All current expected Program Learning Outcomes for associate degrees, certificates
of achievement, and skills recognitions are available in this document.
All PLOs are also defined and published annually within the official Modesto Junior College catalog. Faculty revise their program outcomes statements in CurricUNET.CLOs are also visible for general public on the CurricUNET Outcome Search.
PUBLISHED ANNUALLY IN THE MJC CATALOG
Students who satisfy General Education requirements for the associate degree at Modesto Junior College will be able to:
Demonstrate proficiency in NATURAL SCIENCE by:
Demonstrate proficiency in SOCIAL AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE by:
Demonstrate proficiency in the HUMANITIES by:
Demonstrate proficiency in LANGUAGE AND RATIONALITY by:
Demonstrate proficiency in HEALTH EDUCATION by:
Expected learning outcomes for support services are defined and published on web pages for each service area. SSLOs are also communicated at the point of service such as appointments, workshops, presentations, and related activities.
Expected learning outcomes for administrative units and service areas are currently available in support service activities are defined and published on web pages for each service area.
Communication. Students will generate and develop capabilities for creative
express ion and effective communication. Students will be able to:
Information and Technology Literacy. Students will develop skills to effectively search for, critically evaluate, and utilize relevant information while demonstrating technological literacy. Students will be able to:
Personal and Professional Development. Students will develop skills that aid in lifelong personal growth and success in the workplace. Students will be able to:
Creative, Critical and Analytical Thinking. Students will develop critical and analytical thinking abilities, cultivate creative faculties that lead to innovative ideas, and employ pragmatic problem-solving skills. Students will be able to:
Cultural Literacy and Social Responsibility. Students will be prepared to engage a global world while exhibiting a broad sense of diversity, cultural awareness, social responsibility and stewardship. Students will be able to: