Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes

The Integrative Studies Program has three sets of outcomes: disciplinary or interdisciplinary, skills, and integrative outcomes. Course syllabi for the Integrative Studies Program will include those disciplinary or interdisciplinary outcomes the faculty member has identified for the course, outcomes for those skills the faculty member expects students to use as they engage the content, and the integrative outcomes they will address in their course.

Essential Questions that frame the perspective outcomes: How are the arts and humanities constructed and defined and how do they change, shape, provoke, and represent our perceptions and our world? What assumptions, methodologies and theoretical constructs define today’s sciences and how are they used to understand our world?

Perspectives Outcomes

Students will be able to:

Interdisciplinary Outcomes

This category provides the faculty with an opportunity to collaborate across traditional disciplinary boundaries in designing and delivering challenging and innovative courses Essential Question that frames the interdisciplinary courses: How are the skills, concepts, and values developed across disciplines applied to questions fundamental to today’s interdependent world?

Students will be abel to:

Integrative Outcomes

The integrative outcomes provide students the opportunity to learn and discuss overarching themes, perspectives, and paradigms that necessitate their active engagement in the KSC learning environment. In order to achieve this engagement, every course in the Integrative Studies Program must address at least one of the integrative outcomes.

Diversity

Students will be able to:

Ethics

Students will be able to:

Global Issues

Students will be able to:

Social and Environmental Engagement

Students will be able to: