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1 Revised General Education Program April 11, 2013

2 Current vs. Proposed Current General Education – credits – 16 courses – Number of Courses = 93 – Learning Goals (GGs) = 7 – Learning Outcomes SLOs = 30 – Courses select any GGs and SLOs Proposed General Education – credits – 15 courses – Number of Courses = 94 – Learning Goals (GGs) = 15 – Learning Outcomes SLOs = 71 – Courses in Areas All have same GGs and select specific SLOs within – Public Affairs GGs & SLOs

3 Proposed General Education Structure Foundations – First-year Seminar – Written Communication and Information Literacy – Oral Communication – Quantitative Literacy – Written Communication and Integrative and Applied Learning Knowledge of Human Culture – Social and Behavioral Sciences (2 courses) – Humanities – Arts Knowledge of the Natural World – Life Sciences – Physical Sciences Public Affiars – Constitutions of US & Missouri and American History and Institutions (2 Courses) – Cultural Competence – Public Issues Approved by Faculty Senate October 2012 for Revised Program Structure

4 General Education Application Process Evaluation using online application system Essential Criteria – Well-planned and articulated incorporation of GGs and SLOs (within application and syllabus) – Clear assessment plan (application alignment with material in syllabus) – Description of instructional methods that support student success – Ability to staff proposed sections proposed – Current General Ed. courses also submitted Last Review material submitted and CGEIP Reviewer Comments documents

5 General Education Application Process CGEIP Review Process – 2 CGEIP reviewers evaluated each course submitted 147 Applications submitted (103 Courses due to resubmissions) – Completed CGEIP Reviewer Guide – Summary of Evaluations Posted (online application) – Reviewer Summary Read and CGEIP meeting – Committee discussed course – CGEIP approved or denied courses 96 Approved 50 Denied – 41 of 50 approved on 2 nd submission – 2 Denied because approved in other area (PHI105 & ECO165) – 7 Denied (AST112, ENG200, IDS 297, IDS397, MUS345, MUS346, NUR442; underlined were denied on 2 nd submission)

6 Courses in Current Gen. Ed. that are missing in Proposed Gen. Ed. Course not submitted: – CHM 160/161 – CIS 101* – CSC 101* – CSC 111 – GST 170 – ENG296 – PSY 101 – THE 109 *Courses not able to submit due to courses being only 2. 0 Credits Courses submitted but not approved: – ENG200 – IDS397* (IDS297) – MUS345* – MUS346* *Courses not able to be approved because courses over 200-level not accepted in revised general education (exception is Written Communication and Integrative and Applied Learning)

7 Courses New to General Education or Major Revision in Proposed Gen. Ed. New Courses to Gen Ed. (In Current Catalog): 1.AST CFD ECO ECO ENG GLG MED SWK 219 Major Revised: 1.BIO CHM CHM 116 (CHM 106) 4.KIN210 (KIN 100) New Courses to Gen Ed. (Not in Current Catalog): 1.BIO CHM CHM CIS CSC ENG ENG KIN MCL 200

8 General Education Assessment 15 General Education Learning Goals (GGs) – All students will meet these goals when finished – Measured through Specific Learning Outcomes (SLOs) 71 SLOs Total Only have to meet 2-5 SLOs to meet a specific GG – CGEIP will collect and review data of data from courses (student outcomes on SLOs)

9 SLOs Assessed in General Education

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12 Modality Able to complete General Education – Evening options available – Online options available

13 Projected Enrollment in Areas


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