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More information on Cal Maritime's Assessment and Program Review policies and procedures including complete Institutional assessment data is available on the ASSESSMENT AND PROGRAM REVIEW pages.

Cal Maritime INSTITUTIONAL LEARNING OUTCOMES (ILO) - opens in a new window.

DEPARTMENT OF CULTURE AND COMMUNICATION: Program Learning Outcomes (PLO)

The C&C Program gives students the opportunity to:

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  2. 1.  Clearly express ideas in writing. (CSU GE A2; ILO A)
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  4. 2.  Clearly express ideas in speech. (CSU GE A1; ILO A)
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  6. 3.  Identify, access, and evaluate appropriate sources of information, and cite sources consistently and correctly using conventional documentation styles. (ILO F)
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  8. 4.  Comprehensively explore texts, issues, and ideas before formulating an opinion; systematically analyze one's own assumptions and relevant contexts when presenting a position; and demonstrate ability to incorporate alternate, divergent, or contradictory perspectives. (CSU GE A3; ILO B)
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  10.  5.  Systematically explore texts, ideas, or issues through the collection and analysis of evidence, and draw informed conclusions. (CSU GE A3; ILO B)
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  12.  6.   Explain the relation between texts, ideas, and issues and their socio-political, historical, and cultural contexts. (CSU GE C2; ILO_)
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  14.  7.  Recognize the interconnection between artistic ideas and expression. (CSU GE C2; ILO_)

Culture and Communication courses mapped to Program, Gen Ed, and Institutional Learning Outcomes (in progress)

 

EGL 100 – English Composition (PLO 1, PLO 3, ILO A, ILO F, GELO 2, GELO 15)

INTRODUCING    

PLO 1: Clearly express ideas in writing.

PLO 3: Identify, access, and evaluate appropriate sources of information, and cite sources consistently and correctly using conventional documentation styles.

ILO A – Communication

ILO F – Informational Fluency

General Education 2: Demonstrate proficiency in written communication in English, examining communication from the rhetorical perspective and practicing reasoning and advocacy, organization, and accuracy.

 

EGL 110 – Speech Communication (PLO 2, PLO 3, ILO A, ILO F, GELO 1, GELO 15)

INTRODUCING    

PLO 2: Clearly express ideas in speech.

PLO 3: Identify, access, and evaluate appropriate sources of information, and cite sources consistently and correctly using conventional documentation styles.

ILO A – Communication

ILO F – Informational Fluency

General Education 1: Demonstrate proficiency in oral communication in English, examining communication from the rhetorical perspective and practicing reasoning and advocacy, organization, and accuracy.

 

EGL 200 – Introduction to Literature (PLO 1, PLO 6, ILO A, ILO B, GELO 7, GELO 9)

INTRODUCING    

PLO 1: Clearly express ideas in writing.

PLO 6: Explain the relation between texts, ideas, and issues and their socio-political, historical, and cultural contexts. 

ILO A – Written Communication

ILO B – Critical and Creative Thinking

General Education 7: Evaluate aesthetic experiences subjectively as well as objectively.

General Education 9: Demonstrate awareness of the relation between literary and philosophical texts and their cultural contexts.

 

EGL 220 – Critical Thinking (PLO 4, PLO 5, ILO B, GELO 3) 

INTRODUCING

PLO 4: Comprehensively explore texts, issues, and ideas before formulating an opinion; systematically analyze one's own assumptions and relevant contexts when presenting a position; and demonstrate ability to incorporate alternate, divergent, or contradictory perspectives.

PLO 5: Systematically explore texts, ideas, or issues through the collection and analysis of evidence, and draw informed conclusions. 

ILO B – Critical Thinking

General Education 3: Demonstrate ability to analyze, criticize, and advocate ideas; to reason inductively and deductively; and to reach well-supported conclusions.

 

EGL 300 - Advanced Writing (PLO 1, ILO A, GELO 2)  

PROGRESSING      

PLO 1: Clearly express ideas in writing.

ILO A – Communication

General Education 2: Demonstrate proficiency in written communication in English, examining communication from the rhetorical perspective and practicing reasoning and advocacy, organization, and accuracy.

 

LITERATURE/CULTURE ELECTIVES – (PLO 4, PLO 5, PLO 6, ILO B, GELO 7, GELO 9)

PROGRESSING      

EGL 305 - Twentieth-Century American Literature

EGL 310 - U.S. Literature of the Sea

EGL 315 - World Literature of the Sea

EGL 320 - Literature of the Fantastic

EGL 330 - Literature and Psychology

HUM 325 – Globalization of Culture

HUM 350 – Maritime Culture

PLO 5: Systematically explore texts, ideas, or issues through the collection and analysis of evidence, and draw informed conclusions. 

PLO 6: Explain the relation between texts, ideas, and issues and their socio-political, historical, and cultural contexts. 

ILO B – Critical and Creative Thinking

General Education 7: Evaluate aesthetic experiences subjectively as well as objectively.

General Education 9: Demonstrate awareness of the relation between literary and philosophical texts and their cultural contexts.

 

[CREATIVE ELECTIVES] (PLO 7, ILO A, ILO B, GELO C Outcome 1, GELO C Outcome 2)     

EGL 325 - Creative Writing

HUM 130 – Creativity

PLO 7: Recognize the interconnection between artistic ideas and expression.

ILO A – Communication

ILO B – Critical and Creative Thinking

General Education 7: Evaluate aesthetic experiences subjectively as well as objectively.

General Education 8: Demonstrate awareness of the relation between the arts and their cultural contexts.

 

HUM 310 – Engineering Ethics (PLO, ILO H, GELO ?)

 

ILO H – Ethical Awareness

General Education AREA [XX]

 

 

HUM 400 – Ethics (PLO, ILO H, GELO ?)         

 

ILO H – Ethical Awareness

 

 

 


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