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Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Academic Success Center
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 2: Effective Advising Services
The Academic Success Centers effectively provide advising services for developmental students seeking academic and personal assistance at each campus and center. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Accounting Technology (AS) (POS 2201) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communication (Not assessed this cycle)
Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in applying ideas effectively using written, oral and visual modes of communication. SLO 2: Critical Thinking
Students will demonstrate proficiency in applying analytical critical thinking and problem solving skills to financial information. SLO 3: Financial Information for Internal Users (Not assessed this cycle)
Students will demonstrate proficiency in analyzing and reporting internal business and financial information to facilitate management of business operations.
SLO 4: Financial Information for External Users
Students will demonstrate proficiency in analyzing, recording, and reporting financial information for external users in accordance with accounting principles, government regulations, and professional standards. SLO 5: Software use
Students will demonstrate proficiency in using software to analyze, record, and report business information. SLO 6: Ethics (Not assessed this cycle)
Students will demonstrate proficiency in recognizing and resolving ethical issues. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Air Conditioning, Refrigeration and Heating Systems
Technology (PSAV) (POS 5604)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Mechanical Processes (2011-2012)
Students will effectively demonstrate an understanding of the mechanical applications of the Air Conditioning /Refrigeration process and how to use the satration chart, gage manifold set, and where supperheat and subcooling take place. SLO 2: Operation of electrical components (2011-2012)
Outcome 2: Students will effectively demonstrate an understanding of the operation of the electrical components of an Air Conditioning /Refrigeration system and how to use a volt-ohm / amp meter to troubleshoot these components.
SLO 3: Interpret electrical schematics
Graduates will be able read and interpret electrical schematics; use schematics when installing and repairing equipment Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Air Conditioning, Refrigeration, and Heating Systems Tech
(AAS) (POS A120) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: mechanical processes of the Air Conditioning (program inactivated
20122 not evaluated)

All Students in ACR-1052 ACR-1310 will effectively demonstrate an understanding of the mechanical processes of the Air Conditioning /Refrigeration process.
SLO 2: effectively demonstrate an understanding of the operation of the
electrical components

All Students in ACR-1170 ACR-1121 will effectively demonstrate an understanding of the operation of the electrical components of an Air Conditioning /Refrigeration system, how to use a volt -ohm/ amp meter to troubleshoot these components .
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Aircraft Airframe Mechanics (PSAV) (POS 5712)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Understanding of Aircraft Operating Systems
The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to effectively give a basic explanation of any aircraft operating system. SLO 2: Written Communication
Demonstrate the ability to write appropriate entries on Federal Aviation Administration maintenance forms and corresponding aircraft maintenance records.
SLO 3: Technicial Comprehinsion
Demonstrate the ability to read, comprehend, and apply information contained in technical reference material.
SLO 4: Basic Troubleshooting Skills
Demonstrate the ability to perform basic troubleshooting skills using appropriate test and measuring instruments.
SLO 5: Specification Conformity
The student will be able to evaluate an aircraft system installation and determine if it is in conformity with aircraft specifications.
SLO 6: System Troubleshooting
Demonstrate the ability to perform system troubleshooting to determine the source of system failure.
SLO 7: Technical skills
The students will be able to demonstrate the ability to perform the manipulative skills that are specific to the aviation maintenance technician, I.e. proper safetying techniques, proper use of hand tools, etc.
SLO 8: Team Building Skills
Demonstrate the ability to work as a team menber or lead a team in performing a maintenance task.
SLO 9: Practical Task Standards
Evaluate the requirements of a mainteance task and complete it in a timely manner meeting industry standards.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Aircraft Coating Technician (PSAV) (POS 5950)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Verbal Communication
Demonstrate the ability to effectively explain proper hazardous waste disposal procedures.
SLO 2: Written Communication
Demonstrate the ability to write appropriate entries on Federal Aviation Administration maintenance forms and corresponding aircraft maintenance records.
SLO 3: Technical Comprehension
Demonstrate the ability to read, comprehend, and apply information contained in technical reference material.
SLO 4: Quality Analysis
Demonstrate the ability to analyze the quality of paint application.
SLO 5: Top Coat Application
The student will be able to demonstrate the proper skills for the preperation and application of the aircraft coatings final top-coat process. SLO 6: Structureal Damage Analysis
Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an aircraft structure and determine necessary repairs and surface preparation prior to paint application.
SLO 7: Job Planning/Estimating
Demonstrate the ability to determine manpower requirements and determine job sequencing.
SLO 8: Aircraft Painting Pricesses
Demonstrate the ability to determine paint compatibilities.
SLO 9: Teamwork
Demonstrate the ability to collaborate with others for job task efficiency.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Aircraft Powerplant Mechanics (PSAV) (POS 5734)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Understanding of Aircraft Operating systems
The student will be able to demonstrate the ability to effectively give a basic explanation of any aircraft structural composition, aircraft system, or system operation. This will be demonstrated through problem-solving course projects (practical assignments). This assessment measure will focus on Problem-solving competencies and will be evaluated in the area of aircraft electrical system troubleshooting using existing course project sheets and assigned tasks that will be evaluate the student for the level of skill attainment. This assessment will be performed at the end of the lessons in Basic Electricity, and Aircraft Electricity. A specific rubric has been developed to evaluate the student's level of understanding and score the student's performance of a practical assignment.
SLO 2: Written Communication
Demonstrate the ability to write appropriate entries on Federal Aviation Administration maintenance forms and corresponding aircraft maintenance records.
SLO 3: Technical Commprehinsion
Demonstrae the ability dto read, and apply information contained in technical reference material.
SLO 4: Basic Troubleshooting Skills
Demonstrate the ability to perform basic troubleshooting skills using appropriate test and measuring instruments.
SLO 5: Specification Conformity
The student will be able to evaluate an aircraft/powerplant system installation and determine if it is in conformity with specifications. The evaluation will determine two things as appropriate; 1. Is it the correct component or system that is installed. 2. Is the system working correctly in accordance with the current technical information.
SLO 6: System Troubleshooting
Demonstrate the ability to perform system troubleshooting to determine the source of system failure.
SLO 7: Technicial Skills
Demonstrate the ability to perform the manipulative skills that are specific to the aviation maintenance technician, i.e. proper safetying techniques, proper use of hand tools, etc.
SLO 8: Team Building Skills
Demonstrate the ability to work as a team member or lead a team in performing a maintenance task.
SLO 9: Practical Task Standards
Evaluate the requirements of a maintenance task and complete it in a timely manner meeting industry standards.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Applied Welding Technologies (PSAV) (POS 5679)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Welding Safety
Students will be able to explain the purpose of and demonstrate proper welding safety practices as defined in the Hobart training materials, as well as OSHA 29 CFR 1910, "Safety and Health Standards" and ANSI Z49.1, "Safety in Welding, Cutting and Allied Processes." SLO 2: Oxy-fuel Equipment Inspection and Operation
Students will be able to perform safety inspections of oxy-fuel cutting equipment, as well as demonstrate proper operation of the equipment. SLO 3: Shielded Metal Arc Welding (will be assessed in 2012-2013 cycle)
Students will be able to use the Shielded Metal Arc Weldling (SMAW) process to produce visually acceptable and sound welds on carbon steel plate and pipe. SLO 4: Gas Metal Arc Welding (will be assessed in 2012-2013 cycle)
Students will be able to use the Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) process to produce visually acceptable and sound welds on carbon steel and aluminum alloy plate. SLO 5: Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (will be assessed in 2012-2013
Students will be able to use the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding process to produce visually acceptable and sound welds on carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum alloy sheet metal and tubing SLO 6: Flux-Cored Arc Welding (will be assessed in 2012-2013 cycle)
Students will be able to make sound welds on carbon steel pipe using the SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding) process, as well as on stainless steel and aluminum alloy tubing using the GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) process. SLO 7: Thermal Cutting Processess (may be assessed in future cycles)
Students will be able to use a variety of thermal cutting processes to make visually acceptable cuts in carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Architectural Design and Construction Technology (AS)
(POS 2202)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Interpret and Create Symbols (Not evaluated at this time)
Graduates of Florida State College's program in Architectural Design and Construction Technology will be able to Interpret and create symbols according to current industry standards.
SLO 2: Create and Interpret 2-Dimensional Drawings (Not evaluated at this
time)

Graduates of Florida State College's program in Architectural Design & Construction Technology will be able to create and interpret 2-dimensional drawings and their role in the engineering, architectural and construction processes.
SLO 3: Read and Understand Commands
Graduates will be able to read and understand descriptions of commands and their application and impact to the drawing process.
SLO 4: Drawing Creation Methodology
Graduates will identify several methods to create drawings and determine the most productive method.
SLO 5: Prepare MS PowerPoint Presentations
Graduates will be able to prepare MS PowerPoint presentations for use in presenting information.
SLO 6: Use Autodesk Products to Create Drawings (Not evaluated at this
time)

Graduates will be able to use Autodesk products to create drawings that meet industry standards.
SLO 7: Read & Interpret Engineering and Architectural Drawings (Not
evaluated at this time)

Graduates will be able to read engineering and architectural drawings and interpret information included in each. SLO 8: Use CAD to Identify Design Errors (Not evaluated at this time)
Graduates will be able to use CAD to identify any errors in design and engineering as appropriate.
SLO 9: Identify Productivity Related Tools (Not evaluated at this time)
Graduates will be able to identify productivity related tools in CAD and to use them appropriately.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Associate of Arts (AA) (POS 1108) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: General Education Competencies
Students in the Associate of Arts degree will attain General Education Competencies while in the program. Relevant Associations: Communications IE planHumanities IE planMathematics IE planNatural Sciences IE planSocial and Behavioral Sciences IE plan SLO 2: Discipline Level Competencies
Students will acquire competencies in Associate of Arts disciplines while in the program.
Relevant Associations: Communications IE planHumanities IE planMathematics IE planNatural Sciences IE planSocial and Behavioral Sciences IE planForeign Languages IE planFine Arts IE planSLS IE planEAP IE plan Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Automotive Collision Repair and Refinishing (PSAV) (POS
5606) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: ARR-0020 Estimator
Demonstrate the ability to conduct research using electronic, printed and other forms of information to determine and document technical specifications and job analysis. SLO 2: ARR-0271 Basic Glass
Demonstrate the ability to perform basic troubleshooting skills using appropriate logic and scientific method analysis. SLO 3: ARR-0291 Basic Automotive Body Repair
Demonstrate proficiency in performing non-structural analysis and damage repair. SLO 4: ARR0411 Basic Automotive Painting
Demonstrate the ability to perform basic skills using appropriate logic and scientific methods.
SLO 5: ARR0610 Detailer
Demonstrate the ability to perform basic skills using appropriate logic and scientific methods.
SLO 6: ARR0292 Advanced Auto Body Repair & Panel Replacement
Demonstrate proficiency in performing structural analysis, damage repair and panel replacement.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Automotive Service Management Technology (AS) (POS
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Personal and environmental safety practices
Students will demonstrate the knowledge required to comply with personal and environmental safety practices commonly encountered in the automotive service industry .
SLO 2: Proficiency in diagnosis and repair of brake systems.
Student will demonstrate proficiency in the diagnosis and repair of automotive brake systems. Term 2012-2 A4.
SLO 3: HVAC Systems Service
Students will: Demonstrate proficiency in heating, air conditioning and engine cooling systems. The specific piece of this outcome to be measured this cycle is EPA required certification for refrigerant handling and recycling. This credential is needed before any employer will hire for AC service.
SLO 4: Operation and servicing of automatic transmission
Demonstrate proficiency in the operation and servicing of automatic transmissions.
SLO 5: Engine theory and repair
Demonstrate proficiency in engine theory and repairs.
SLO 6: Manual drivetrain operation and service
Demonstrate proficiency in the operation and servicing of manual drive trains and axles.
SLO 7: Suspension and alignment
Demonstrate proficiency in the diagnosis and repair of steering and suspension systems.
SLO 8: Electrical/electronic systems
Demonstrate proficiency in diagnosing/troubleshooting electrical/electronic components and systems.
SLO 9: Engine Performance Service
Demonstrate proficiency in engine performance service.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Automotive Service Technology (PSAV) (POS 5609)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Document Technical Specifications
Demonstrate the ability to conduct research using electronic, printed and other forms of information to determine and document technical specifications used to solve repair problems.
SLO 2: Equipment Skills and Safety Regulations
Demonstrate proficiency in the equipment skills and safety regulations relating to the automotive industry SLO 3: Proficiency in Engine Theory (not assessed this cycle)
Demonstrate proficiency in engine theory and repairs.
SLO 4: Proficiency in Steering and Suspension Systems (not assessed this
cycle)

Demonstrate proficiency in the diagnosis and repair of steering and suspension systems. SLO 5: Proficiency in Brake Systems (not assessed this cycle)
Demonstrate proficiency in the diagnosis and repair of automotive brake systems. SLO 6: Proficiency in Electrical Systems (not assessed this cycle)
Demonstrate proficiency in diagnosing/troubleshooting electrical systems.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Aviation Maintenance Management (AS) (POS 2150)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Verbal Communication
Demonstrate proficiency in communicating with upper management, subordinates and customers.
SLO 2: Written Communication
Demonstrate proficiency in written communication such as business letters, email, and resumes, including industry forms and aircraft logs and records documentation.
SLO 3: Technical Comprension
Demonstrate the ability to read, comprehend, and apply information contained in aviation technical reference material.
SLO 4: Interpersonal Problem Solving
The student will be able to demonstrate effective techniques in interpersonal problem solving.
SLO 5: System Diagnosis
Demonstrate the ability to evaluate aircraft system malfunction and provide guidance in determining a corrective action.
SLO 6: Quality Control
Demonstrate an understanding of quality control procedures for aircraft maintenance.
SLO 7: Aviation Security
Demonstrate an understanding of the requirements for airport security.
SLO 8: Aviation Regulation Compliance
Demonstrate the ability to apply appropriate Federal Aviation administration rules governing aircraft maintenance.
SLO 9: Aviation Business Practices
Demonstrate an understanding of appropriate business practices in the aviation industry.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Aviation Operations (AS) (POS 2354) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Separation Standards (2010-11)
Students will describe aircraft separation standards, and demonstrate proficiency in separating simulated aircraft in the National Airspace System.
SLO 2: Coordination Procedures (2011-12)
Students will demonstrate proper coordination procedures between various air traffic control entities.
SLO 3: Airport Movement (2011-12)
Students will describe airport traffic patterns and ground movement, and demonstrate safe and efficient movement of aircraft on and about an airport.
SLO 4: Aviation Phraseology (2010-11)
Students will demonstrate the use of proper aviation phraseology.
SLO 5: Adverse Weather Procedures (2011-12)
Students will describe how adverse weather conditions affect flight operations and demonstrate proficiency in directing air traffic during such conditions.
SLO 6: Instrument Charts (2012-13)
Students will be able to read and interpret en route and instrument approach charts.
SLO 7: Clearance Delivery
Students will be able to correctly and efficiently provide air traffic clearance for aircraft flight plans.
SLO 8: Flight Strip Marking (2012-13)
Students will be able to demonstrate proper flight strip marking while working with aircraft in the National Airspace System.
SLO 9: Aircraft Recognition (2012-13)
Students will be able to visually identify aircraft and provide relevant air traffic control information for them.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Biomedical Engineering Technology (AS) (POS 2271) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Demonstrate effective written communication.
Demonstrate effective written communication.
SLO 2: Demonstrate problem solving abilities and critical thinking skills
Demonstrate problem solving abilities and critical thinking skills by performing appropriate configuration, design, assessment, and/or solution(s).
SLO 3: . Demonstrate technical proficiency in computer hardware and
software, and security concepts

Demonstrate technical proficiency in computer hardware and software, and security concepts SLO 4: . Demonstrate technical proficiency in computer hardware and
software, and security concepts

Demonstrate technical proficiency in computer hardware and software, and security concepts SLO 4: Demonstrate technical proficiency in cabling, configuring,
enhancing, and troubleshooting networks using network tools.

Demonstrate technical proficiency in cabling, configuring, enhancing, and troubleshooting networks using network tools.
SLO 5: Demonstrate teamwork skills necessary for working in a
technological environment.

Demonstrate teamwork skills necessary for working in a technological environment.
SLO 6: Demonstrate proficiency in terminology, installing, upgrading,
repairing, tools including testers, analyzers, and calibrators di

Demonstrate proficiency in terminology, installing, upgrading, repairing, tools including testers, analyzers, and calibrators directly related to the Biomedical Technology field. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Biomedical Sciences (BS) (POS T300) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Analytical Laboratory Skills
The laboratory component of the Biomedical Sciences Program is central to the training of our students for their future careers and goals. As such we expect that students enrolled in core course work will demonstrate analytical laboratory skills as they apply to biomedical sciences research and/or applications.
SLO 2: Social Impact
Students who are enrolled in the core health science courses will demonstrate an understanding of the larger social impact of the biomedical sciences.
Relevant Associations: Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Biotechnology Laboratory Technology (AS) (POS 2199) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Basic Laboratory Formulation
Students will demonstrate proficiency in understanding basic laboratory formulation.
SLO 2: Demonstrate testing methodology proficiency
Students will demonstrate proficiency understanding of testing methodology used in biotechnology.
SLO 3: Oral and written communication skills necessary for biotechnology
Students will demonstrate the oral and written communication skills necessary to discuss current biotechnology issues and document results.
SLO 4: Demonstrate workforce skills in a commercial or academic research
laboratory

Outcome 4 (not assessed this cycle) Students will demonstrate workforce skills in a commercial or academic research laboratory.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Building Construction Technology (AS) (POS 2234)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: recognize symbols
Outcome 1: Students will identify symbols used in order to read and prepare a set of blueprints . This will prepare the students to understand couse content for future courses in this degree.
SLO 2: Interpret the Florida Building Codes
Outcome 2: Students will be able to interpret the Florida Building Codes, Florida laws, and legal documents in order to pull a building permit.
SLO 3: Utilize standard surveying equipment
Outcome 3 Students will utilize standard surveying equipment to make measurements and calculations to run a traverse, to establish levels, to keep notes, and to produce required documents for construction.
SLO 4: Design & construction of building elements
Outcome 4 Students will be able to demonstrate problem solving abilities in the design and construction of building elements in accordance with the building standard organizations A.S.T.M. ( American Society for Testing Materials), A.C.I. (American Concrete Institute), and A.I.S.C. ( American Institute of Steel Construction) SLO 5: Material test required in Building Construction
Outcome 5 Student will be able to perform and understand the purpose and procedures of the types of material testing required in building construction.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Business Administration (AS) (POS 2213) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communication
Prior to graduation students will be able to present ideas effectively using oral, written and visual modes of communication. SLO 2: Ethical Issue Recognition
Demonstrate the ability to recognize and resolve ethical issues.
SLO 3: Marketing Principles
Demonstrate application of marketing principles. SLO 4: Critical Thinking
Students will be able to apply analytical critical thinking and problem solving skills to business related issues that are likely to be encountered in the workplace.
SLO 5: Financial Information Analysis
Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze financial information to include the concepts (Present Value, Future Value, Annuities).
SLO 6: Business Law
Demonstrate knowledge of the law as it impacts business SLO 7: Teamwork and Managerial Activity
Demonstrate teamwork and managerial activity.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Business Administration (BS) (POS T200) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communicate clearly and effectively (2011-2012)
Demonstrate effective written communication skills related to business applications.
SLO 2: Ethical Decision Making Processes
Describe ethical decision making processes in business situations.
SLO 3: Demonstrate critical thinking skills
Demonstrate critical thinking skills by analyzing business issues, assessing the quality/validity of data and formulating valid solutions based on the analysis.
SLO 4: Demonstrate a satisfactory level of business knowledge and skills
(Will not be assessed)

Demonstrate a satisfactory level of business knowledge and skills which include basic terminology, concepts, and theoretical foundations.
SLO 5: Demonstrate analytical skills
Demonstrate analytical skills applicable to specific business problems in order to make appropriate recommendations or decisions.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Carpentry (PSAV) (POS 5618)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: site preparation
Students in BCV0110 will demonstrate the ability to perform the manipulative skills to perform site preparation using the proper tools such as a builder level, level rods, transit level and laser.
SLO 2: Tools, Framing and Roof
Outcome 2: All students will be able to identify the symbols, abbreviation and codes used on a set of blueprints. Throughout the entire program. SLO 3: Stair Construction
All students in BCV 0170 will demonstrate the ability to perform the manipulative and technical skills to build residential stair cases according to Industry Building Code Standards.
SLO 4: Reinforced Concrete
All students in BCV 0139 will be able to explain the reason and purpose for reinforcing concrete and be able to describe the various materials used.
SLO 5: Gypsum ( Sheetrock) Application}
All students in BCV 0170 will be able to apply gypsum board (sheetrock) to interior walls and ceilings.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Carpentry Management (AAS) (POS A125) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Site Preparation(Program inactivated--not assessed)
Students in BCT1120 will demonstrate the ability to preform the manipulative skills to preform site preparation using the proper tools such as a builder level, level rods, transit level and laser.
SLO 2: Tools, Framing, and Roof Framing
All students will be able to identify the symbols, abbreviation and codes used on a set of blueprints. Throughout the entire program.
SLO 3: Stair Construction
All students in BCT 1170 will demonstrate the ability to perform the manipulative and technical skills to build residential stair cases according to Industry Building Code Standards.
SLO 4: Reinforced Concrete
All students in BCT 1140 will be able to explain the reason and purpose for reinforcing concrete and be able to describe the various materials used.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Case Management (ATC) (POS 4102) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 2: Communication
Students will demonstrate proficiency in written communication using patient care reports and article reviews.
SLO 3: Patient Assessment
Graduates of this program will identify effective strategies and methods for assessing populations at risk.
SLO 4: Management
Plan and implement safe, caring, culturally sensitive, and appropriately prioritized case management interventions in an organized and timely manner. SLO 5: Team Building Skills
Collaborate with health and social service providers from a variety of disciplines to meet the health and social needs of individuals and families.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Child Care Center Operations (PSAV) (POS 5794) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Student demonstrates grammatical and format proficiency in written
documents.

The student will demonstrate grammatical and format proficiency in written documents relating to Child Care Leadership and Management through the development of a Child Care Center or Family Child Care Home Resource File. Students are required to produce a resource file that is evaluated by the instructor using a specific rubric. SLO 2: Student demonstrates problem-solving, critical thinking abilities in
evaluating child care scenarios

The student will demonstrate problem-solving abilities and creative/critical thinking skills when presented with typical child care scenarios for which there are no obvious solutions. Evaluation is documented through instructor use of a matrix depicting best practices in early childhood education.
Relevant Associations: Students will be evaluated based upon National Standards developed and implemented by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and marketed as Develomentally Appropriate Practices. Program-specific information is available for children of various ages. Students will be assessed using rubrics for the ages which they plan to teach and will be evaluated at the 75th percentile.
SLO 3: Student demonstrates knowledge needed to implement & sustain
appropriate child care business practices

Student demonstrates basic knowledge of the program elements needed to implement and sustain a culturally sensitive, non-discriminatory and inclusive business environment based upon principles of child development and professional standards through the development of a basic Business Plan.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts (PSAV) (POS 5960)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Sanitation & Safety
Students in the Commercial Foods and Culinary Arts program will demonstrate ability to use sanitary procedures to avoid cross contamination. SLO 2: Cleaning the meat slicing machine
Students will appropriately demonstrate proper cleaning of culinary equipment.
SLO 3: Knife skills
Students will demonstrate advanced knife and cutting skills.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Commercial Vehicle Driving (PSAV) (POS 5100)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Understand DOT Regulations
Demonstrate an understanding of the applicable United States Department of Transportation regulations. SLO 2: Determine Available Hours Of Service
Students will determine driving hours available as outlined in part 395 of the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations SLO 3: Trip Planning
Students will demonstrate problem-solving skill by planning a route from one point to another that is optimal in terms of travel time, driving hours remaining, estimating fuel consumption, fuel stops, potential hazards and federal, state and local travel restrictions. SLO 4: Math Functions
Students will perform mathematical calculations necessary to recap and apply totals to the hours of service regulations.
SLO 5: Florida DOT Regulation Understanding
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the Florida Department of Transportation regulations.
SLO 6: Basic Maneuvering
Students will demonstrate problem solving skills by judging side, rear and overhead clearances and path of the trailer. SLO 7: Graphs Charts and Tables
Students will read and understand graphs, charts, and tables commonly used in this industry/occupation area.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Communications Discipline (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Organization of Written and Oral Messages
Students will be able to write and present logically organized essays/speeches that demonstrate a clear progression of ideas.
SLO 2: Use of Appropriate Evidence in Written and Oral Messages
Students will be able to write and present essays/speeches with a clear thesis that is supported by appropriate, sufficient evidence.
SLO 3: Citing Sources
Students will be able to cite/document information sources correctly in their essays and speeches.
SLO 4: Non-Verbal Delivery
Students will be able to present speeches that use the non-verbal elements of delivery effectively and appropriately for the message, audience, and occasion.
SLO 5: Vocal Delivery
Students will be able to speak using grammatically correct standard American English, proper diction, appropriate tone, and correct word usage.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Community Pharmacy Technician (ATD) (POS B900)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Outcome 1:
Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in identifying common drugs.
SLO 2: Outcome 2:
Students will demonstrate competency in dispensing medication with adherence to state regulations.
SLO 3: Outcome 3:
Students will demonstrate proficency in standard precautions.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Computer Information Technology (AS) (POS 2153) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Demonstrate problem solving abilities (2011-2012)
Demonstrate problem-solving abilities and critical thinking skills by performing appropriate configuration, design, assessment, and/or solutions to information technology-related problems.
SLO 2: Ability to plan and prepare documentation (2011-2012)
Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to plan, research, and provide appropriate documentation and communication that covers all phases of the software development life cycle to ensure successful implementation of information technology project.
SLO 3: Ability to perform in teams (2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate the ability to function effectively in a team environment.
SLO 4: Proficiency in programming (2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate proficiency in creating basic programming code structures.
SLO 5: Students will demonstrate professionalism (2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate the ability to conduct themselves in a professional manner in a corporate setting.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Computer Systems Networking and Telecommunications
(BAS) (POS S300) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Comprehend and communicate technical information
Students will demonstrate an ability to communicate information technology concepts with a broad range of audiences and serve effectively on computer-based development teams to accomplish a common goal.
SLO 2: Evaluate, Maintain and Troubleshoot Computer Networks
Demonstrate the ability to evaluate, maintain and troubleshoot networks designed to support voice, file-sharing, email, video and other communication networks. SLO 3: Technical Competence: Technical know-how and skills
Students will apply knowledge of computing to analyze networking system problems and use current industry-standard techniques and tools to implement appropriate solutions. SLO 4: Research: Logical and concise written reports
Demonstrate the ability to conduct research that results in logical and concise written reports.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Construction Electricity Management (AAS) (POS A185) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: interpret symbols
Students will perform demonstrate the knowledge of and the ablility to interpret symbols, abbreviations and codes used on a set of blueprints, that are typical with blueprints used throughout the course. (Outcome deleted because there are not enough students to obtain assessable results as a result of the removal of Construction Electricity Management Degree by FSCJ.)Relevant Associations: none SLO 2: trouble shoot a lighting circuit
Students will demonstrate the ability to identify the proper test equipment and trouble shoot a lighting circuit with two three way and one four way switch. (Outcome deleted because there are not enough students to obtain assessable results as a result of the remova of Construction Electricity Management Degree by FSCJ.) SLO 3: interpret and correct a wiring schematic
Students in the Maintenance class will interpret and correct a wiring schematic. 70 percent of students will be able to correct the diagram in 25 minutes or less. (Outcome deleted because ther are not enough students to obtain assessable results as a result of the removal of Constuction Electaricity Management Degree by FSCJ.) SLO 4: NEC location/interpretation
A written exercise will be given to National Electrical Code students that will test their abilities to find, interpret, and demonstrate their ability to use the NEC code book. The exercise will last for one hour with the goal of 70% of all studentsto achieve a completion rate of 70% or greater. (Outcome deleted because there are not enough students to obtain assessable results as a result of the removal of Construction Electricity Management Degree by FSCJ.) SLO 5: NEC location/interpretation
A written exercise will be given to National Electrical Code students that will test their abilities to find, interpret, and demonstrate their ability to use the NEC code book. (Outcome deleted because there are not enough students to obtains assessable results as a result of the removal of Constuction Electricty Management Degree aby FSCJ.) Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Correctional Officer (PSAV) (POS 5753)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Written Communication Skills
The recruit will be able to demonstrate effective written communication skills necessary for the submission of incident reports to the Correctional Institution, as well as in a courtroom setting. SLO 2: Knowledge and Skills in Emergency Preparedness
The recruit will demonstrate knowledge and skills in responding to emergency situations. SLO 3: Knowledge and Skills in Defensive Tactics
The student will demonstrate knowledge and proficiency skills in the area of defensive tactics.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Cosmetology (PSAV) (POS 5743)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Students will demonstrate their ability to write a cosmetology salon
business plan

Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate their ability to write a cosmetology salon business plan and orally present it to the instructor and classmates.
SLO 2: Demonstrate Interpersonal Skills 2011-2012
Outcome 2: Students will demonstrate interpersonal skills necessary to perform successfully with clients in a cosmetology salon environment.
SLO 3: Students will demonstrate their knowledge of Florida Law
Outcome 3: Students will demonstrate their knowledge of Florida Law Rules and Regulations for Cosmetologists SLO 4: Students will demonstrate their ability to analyze, evaluate, and
recommend treatment

Outcome 4: Students will demonstrate their ability to analyze, evaluate, and recommend treatment for specific hair and scalp conditions.
SLO 5: Students will demonstrate the ability to transition the skills that are
practiced

Outcome 5: Students will demonstrate the ability to read, comprehend, and apply specific skills on the manikin and demonstrate the ability to transition and perform the same skills on the client.
SLO 6: Students will know what substances are considered hazardous
Outcome 6: Students will know what substances are considered hazardous in a cosmetology salon and the safety measures that are used to protect themselves and the public.
SLO 7: Standards Level Practical Skills 2011-2012
Outcome 7: Students will demonstrate assigned practical skills according to cosmetology entry level standards.
SLO 8: Students will demonstrate the ability to successfully analyze facial
features and apply corrective makeup

Outcome 8: Students will demonstrate the ability to successfully analyze facial features and apply corrective makeup to enhance facial features.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Criminal Justice Technology (AS) (POS 2239) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Law Enforcement (2011-2012)
Student will demonstrate the ability to understand the law enforcement aspects of the criminal justice system.
Relevant Associations: Florida Department of Law Enforcement Core Objectives (FDLE) and Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Core Objectives (ACJS).
SLO 2: Courts and Legal (2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate the ability to understand the court and legal aspects of the criminal justice system.
Relevant Associations: Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Core Objectives and Academy of Criminal Justice (ACJS) Core Objectives.
SLO 3: Corrections (2011-2012)
Student will demonstrate the ability to understand the corrections aspects of the criminal justice system.
Relevant Associations: Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE) Core Objectives and Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences (ACJS) Core Objectives.
SLO 4: Criminological Theory (2012-2013)
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply criminological theories to explain criminal justice policies. Relevant Associations: Florida Department of Law Enforcement Core Objectives (FDLE) and Academy of Criminal Justice Science Core Objectives (ACJS) SLO 5: Ethics Theory (2012-2013)
The student will demonstrate the ability to apply ethical theories to explain ethical decision making.
Relevant Associations: Academy of Criminal Justice Science Core Objectives (ACJS) SLO 6: Criminal Justice System (2012-2013)
Student will demonstrate the ability to understand the criminal justice system.
Relevant Associations: Florida Department of Law Enforcement Core Objectives (FDLE) and Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences Core Objectives (ACJS) Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Crossover Correctional Officer to Law Enforcement Officer
(PSAV) (POS 5756)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Competency in Criminal Law (O:1)
Recruits will demonstrate proper knowledge in the area of criminal law which is essential to carrying out the lawful and proper duties of a law enforcement officer.
SLO 2: Vehicle Operations (O:2)
Students will demonstrate minimum or above state mandated proficiency skills in vehicle operations.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Culinary Management (AS) (POS 2259)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Sanitation and Safety
Demonstrate appropriate sanitation, personal hygiene and safety procedures according to state and national health codes. SLO 2: Kitchen Equipment
Appropriately use small and large commercial equipment. SLO 3: Cooking Methods
Prepare a variety of foods using dry, moist and combination cooking methods SLO 4: Cold Foods
Prepare, serve and garnish a variety of cold foods SLO 5: Breads and Desserts
Demonstrate the ability to prepare breads and desserts SLO 6: Appetizers and Soups
Demonstrate the ability to prepare appetizers, soups and entrees in a variety of contemporary industry settings SLO 7: Fabrication
Demonstrate the ability to faabricate and portions meats, poultry and seafood SLO 8: Conversions
Demonstrate the ability to convert, weigh and measure quantity recipes acurately SLO 9: Table Service
Demonstrate types of table service SLO 10: Leadership
Describe leadership styles found in contemporary hospitality and foodservice settings SLO 11: Knife Skills
Demonstrate excellent knife skills SLO 12: Menu Planning
Write a cost effective menu utilizing accepted nutritional standards Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Dealer Specific Automotive Technology (AS) (POS 223A)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Safety and pollution prevention training
The students will demonstrate the knowledge and ability to comply with personal and environmental safety practices commonly encountered in the automotive service industry. Students will gain knowledge on the practices mechanical safety and mechanical pollution prevention. This outcome will be assessed in the Fall Term of 2011. SLO 2: Diagnose electrical circuits and components
Students will demonstrate proficiency in diagnosing/troubleshooting electrical/electronic components. This outcome will be assessed in the Spring Term of 2012.
SLO 3: Ability to diagnose and perform repairs
The students will demonstrate the ability to diagnose problems relating to both mechanical and electrical automotivecomponents and perform repairs and replacement as determined to be appropriate. This outcome will be assessed in the Fall Term of 2011.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Dental Assisting (PSAV) (POS 5649)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Computer Literacy 2011-12
Upon graduation, the dental assisting student will demonstrate beginning computer literacy skills. SLO 2: Communication & Interpersonal Skills
The dental assisting student will utilize communication and interpersonal skills effectively. SLO 3: Employability Skills
The dental assisting student will demonstrate employability skills. SLO 4: Math & Science Skills
The dental assisting student will apply basic math and science skills. SLO 5: Office Procedures
The dental assisting student will be able to perform general office procedures. SLO 6: Record Patient Data
The dental assisting student will be able to record patient assessment data. SLO 7: Legal & Ethical Responsibilities 2011-12
The dental assisting student will demonstrate legal and ethical responsibilities of a dental healthcare worker. SLO 8: Safety & Security Procedures
The dental assisting student will be able to recognize and practice safety and security procedures. SLO 9: Infection Control Procedures
The dental assisting student will be able to recognize and practice infection control procedures. SLO 10: Emergency Situations
The dental assisting student will be able to recognize and respond to emergency situations. SLO 11: Knowledge of Health Occupations 2011-12
The dental assisting student will demonstrate knowledge of health care delivery systems and occupations. SLO 12: Wellness and Disease Concepts 2011-12
The dental assisting student will demonstrate an understanding of and apply wellness and disease concepts. SLO 13: Bloodborne Diseases 2011-12
The dental assisting student will be able to demonstrate knowledge of bloodborne diseases including AIDS. SLO 14: Pathology & General Anatomy
The dental assisting student will be able to identify structures and explain functions of pathologies and general anatomy. SLO 15: Pharmacology & Anesthesia 2011-12
The dental assisting student will be able to identify functions of pharmacology and anesthesia as they relate to dentistry. SLO 16: Instruments & Equipment
The dental assisting student will be able to identify, describe, and maintain and utilize dental instruments and equipment. SLO 17: Dental Radiography
The dental assisting student will be able to identify and perform standard dental film, digital, and carpal radiographic procedures. SLO 18: Dental Materials 2011-12
The dental assisting student will be able to identify properties and uses, and manipulate dental materials. SLO 19: Preventive Dentistry
The dental assisting student will describe principles and perform techniques of preventive dentistry. SLO 20: Dental Procedures
The dental assisting student will be able to perform chairside assisting for general dentistry and specialty procedures Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Dental Hygiene (AS) (POS 2300)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Ethical Issues
The new graduate of FSCJ's Dental Hygiene Program must be able to discern and manage ethical issues of dental hygiene practice in a rapidly changing environment. SLO 2: Demonstrate Knowledge, Values, & Skills
The new graduate of FSCJ's Dental Hygiene program must be able to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and values required for state licensure.
SLO 3: Information Acquisition
The new graduate of FSCJ's Dental Hygiene program must be able to acquire and synthesize information in a critical and scientific manner. SLO 4: Communication Skills
The new graduate of the dental hygiene program at FSCJ must be able to provide planned educational services using appropriate interpersonal communication skills and educational strategies to promote the optimal health of the individual. SLO 5: Health Promotion
The new graduate of FSCJ's Dental Hygiene program must be able to initiate and assume responsibility for health promotive and disease preventative activities for the community. SLO 6: Patient Assessment
The new graduate of FSCJ's Dental Hygiene program must be able to systematically collect, analyze and accurately record baseline data on the general, oral and psychosocial health status of patients using methods consistent with medico-legal principles. SLO 7: Patient Planning
The new graduate of FSCJ's Dental Hygiene program must be able to use critical decision making skills to identify existing problems, potential problems, etiologic factors, contributing factors, as well as establish realistic goals and treatment strategies to facilitate optimal oral health. SLO 8: Implementation
The new graduate of FSCJ's Dental Hygiene program must provide treatment that includes preventive and therapeutic services designed to achieve and maintain oral health and assist the patient in achieving oral health goals. SLO 9: Evaluation
The new graduate of FSCJ's Dental Hygiene program must be able to evaluate the effectiveness of planned clinical and educational services and modify services as necessary for optimal oral health. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Developmental English
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Outcome 1
Students will recognize correctly written sentences and prose.
SLO 2: Outcome 2
Students will demonstrate competency in written communication. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Developmental Mathematics
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Outcome 1
Students will demonstrate competency in fol owing a given algebraic process that involves the skills of solving and simplifying problems.
SLO 2: Outcome 2
Students will demonstrate competency in selecting and applying an appropriate, multiple-step algebraic process.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Developmental Reading
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Outcome 1
Students will demonstrate competency by identifying the skill components necessary to critically comprehend materials used within the context of their upper-level reading course.
SLO 2: Outcome 2
Students will apply the skills of a competent and strategic reader by demonstrating the reading/writing connection. SLO 3: Outcome 3
Students will be able to categorize critical reading/thinking concepts by identifying specified reading components and distinguishing among judgments, bias, facts, and opinions. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Digital Media/Multimedia Technologies (AS) (POS 2152) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Verbal
Demonstrate proficiency in communicating orally both in classroom discussions and in formal oral presentations. Speak with appropriate tone Present information/ideas in logical order Present information/ideas clearly and precisely SLO 2: Written
Demonstrate grammatical and format proficiency in written reports and content development. Present information/ideas in logical order Present information/ideas clearly and precisely SLO 3: Problem Solving
When presented with typical design scenarios, Print, Web or other for which there are no obvious solutions, students will demonstrate problem-solving abilities by selecting correct resources and actions to deal with the scenarios. Choose appropriate software for project. Choose appropriate hardware for project. Determine appropriate steps and actions in solving problem. SLO 4: Field Specific (Hardware/Software)
Demonstrate proficiency using industry hardware and or software.
SLO 5: Field Specific (Time Management)
Demonstrate the ability to work independently by prioritize projects and assignments and using appropriate time management skills to complete projects on time. SLO 6: Field Specific (Teamwork)
Demonstrate teamwork skills necessary for working in a digital production environment SLO 7: Field Specific (Design)
Demonstrate proficiency in design and or design aesthetics of graphic/print/web/video/other skills and knowledge Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Early Childhood Education (BS) (POS T100) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Outcome 1: Relaying Research (Assessed 2010-2011 & Will Be
Assessed 2011-2012)

Graduates of the B.S. program in Early Childhood Education will be able to demonstrate the ability to conduct research and put information together in logical and concise written instructional plans or written papers.
SLO 2: Outcome 2: Critical Thinking (Assessed 2010-2011)
Graduates of the B.S. program in Early Childhood Education will be able to implement assessment techniques and strategies that measure higher order thinking skills in grade school children age three through grade three.
SLO 3: Outcome 3: Planning Activities (Will Be Assessed 2011-2012)
Graduates of the B.S. program in Early Childhood Education will be able to plan instructional activities that demonstrate the understanding of human and child development learning theories and concepts.
SLO 4: Outcome 4: Written Communication (Assess 2012-2013)
Graduates of the B.S. program in Early Childhood Education will be able to demonstrate grammatical and format proficiency in reflective written documents.
SLO 5: Outcome 5: Understanding of ESOL (Assess 2012-2013)
Graduates of the B.S. program in Early Childhood Education will be able to demonstrate the ability to apply the Florida ESOL Competencies.
SLO 13: Program Specific 5
This is a test. Graduates of the BS program in Early Childhood Education will be able to provide evidence of a basic understanding of the critical core theories and best practices associated with the education of children age three to grade three in formal classroom settings (public and private school).
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Early Childhood Education (PSAV) (POS 5795) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Student demonstrates grammatical and format proficiency in written
documents

Student demonstrates grammatical and format proficiency in written documents as reflected within components of the Resource File developed specifically for this coursework.
SLO 2: Student demonstrates problem-solving abilities through virtual and
real-life experiences with children

Scenario development and student enactment with student and instructor evaluation allows students to anticipate real-life situations and think of alternative solutions ahead of time. Student practicum work with children provides an opportunity for the instructor to evaluate student problem-solving abilities using a nationally-validated observation tool. The tool specifically profiles the teacher's ability to provide an environment, curriculum and materials that meet the needs of each child. SLO 3: Student demonstrates proficiency in developing appropriate
activities for children.

Program-Specific: Student demonstrates proficiency in developing activities which support a developmentally appropriate learning environment that promotes the optimal development of young children within the parameters of state and local rules and regulations that govern child care. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Early Childhood Management (AS) (POS 2203) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Outcome 1: Written Communication (2010-2011 & 2011-2012)
Early Childhood Management graduates will be able to demonstrate written proficiency in grammar and format on documents related to early childhood management.
SLO 2: Outcome 2: Problem-solving Abilities (Not Assessed)
Graduates of the program in Early Childhood Management will be able to demonstrate problem-solving abilities and creative/critical thinking skills when presented with complex childcare scenarios SLO 3: Outcome 3: Developing Age-Appropriate Activities (2010-2011)
Graduates of the program in Early Childhood Management will develop activities, which support a learning environment for all children.
SLO 4: Outcome 4: Critical Thinking (2011-2012)
Graduates of the program in Early Childhood Management will be able to demonstrate problem-solving abilities by identifying and describing developmentally appropriate practices for children birth through age five.
SLO 5: Outcome 5: Acceptance of Diversity
Graduates of the program in Early Childhood Management will be able to demonstrate the ability to interact with diverse populations SLO 6: Outcome 6: Managing Financial Affairs
Graduates of the program in Early Childhood Management will be able to demonstrate the ability to manage the financial affairs of a childcare center and carry out related legal and professional responsibilities.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Educator Preparation Institute (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Outcome 1: Planning (Will be Assessed 2011-2012)
Program Completers of the EPI program will be able to plan a developmentally appropriate lesson plan for K-12 students.
SLO 2: Outcome 2: Impact on PK-12 Learning (2011-2012)
Program Completers of the EPI program will be able to analyze their effectiveness in teaching subject matter to PK-12 school students.
SLO 3: Outcome 3: Classroom Management (2012-2013)
Program Completers of the EPI program will be able to plan effective classroom management strategies for teaching in the PK-12 system.
SLO 4: Outcome 4: Lesson Delivery
Program Completers of the EPI program will be able to teach the planned formal lesson plan in a PK-12 setting.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Electricity (Construction) (PSAV) (POS 5632)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: interpret symbols incorporated in the actual wiring of a building
Students will perform and demonstrate knowledge of the ability to interpret symbols, abbreviations, and codes used on a set of blueprints, that are typical with blueprints used throughout the course.
SLO 2: trouble shoot a lighting circuit
Students will demostrate the ability to identify the proper test equipment and trouble shoot a lighting circuit with two three way and one four way switch.
SLO 3: interpret wiring schematic
Students will demostrate their ability to interpret and correct a wiring schematic SLO 4: NEC location/interpretation
A written exercise will be given to National Electrical Code students that will test their abilities to find, interpret, and demonstrate their ablility to use the NEC code book.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Emergency Administration and Management (Homeland
Security) (AS) (POS 2404) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Policy
Students will demonstrate knowledge of public policy relevant to public safety agencies. SLO 2: Collaboration
Students will demonstrate the need and benefits of interagency collaboration among public safety agencies.
SLO 3: Effective Communication Skills
Effective Communiaction Skills- Students will demnonstrate effective written communication skills needed in the workplace.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Emergency Medical Services (EMS) (AS) (POS 2251)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communication
Students will demonstrate proficiency in written EMS communications using patient care reports and article reviews. To be assessed this cycle.
Relevant Associations: CoAEMSP accreditation Florida Department of Health Bureau of EMS SLO 2: Critical thinking
Students will apply problem solving and critical thinking skills to appropriately assess and/or treat simulated patients. To be assessed this cycle.
Relevant Associations: CoAEMSP accreditation Florida Department of Health Bureau of EMS SLO 3: IV skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in establishing intravenous lines. To be assessed this cycle.
Relevant Associations: CoAEMSP accreditation Florida Department of Health Bureau of EMS SLO 4: Intubation skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in performing endotracheal intubation. To be assessed this cycle.
Relevant Associations: CoAEMSP accreditation Florida Department of Health Bureau of EMS SLO 5: Didactic
Students will demonstrate knowledge of the didactic portion of the program through semester final exams, program ending comprehensive final exams, and state board exams. To be assessed this cycle. Relevant Associations: CAEMSP accreditation Florida Department of Health Bureau of EMS Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Engineering Technology (Advanced Manufacturing) (AS)
(POS 2320) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Demonstrate the ability to use and understand the applications of
hydraulics and pneumatics equipment.

Demonstrate the ability to use and understand the applications of hydraulics and pneumatics equipment.
SLO 2: Demonstrate effective written communication.
Demonstrate effective written communication.
SLO 3: Demonstrate problem-solving abilities and critical thinking skills by
performing appropriate configuration, design, assessment,

Demonstrate problem-solving abilities and critical thinking skills by performing appropriate configuration, design, assessment, and/or solution(s).
SLO 4: Demonstrate technical proficiency in configuring, enhancing, and
troubleshooting motors and controls.

Demonstrate technical proficiency in configuring, enhancing, and troubleshooting motors and controls.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 English for Academic Purposes (EAP)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Reading
Students in the EAP 1520 reading sequence will be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills by responding to inferential and interpretive questions related to level-appropriate texts.
SLO 2: Intercultural Knowledge and Comprehension(not assessed this
cycle)

Students will be able to demonstrate an expanded knowledge of those aspects of American culture and history presented in Chapters 2,5,6,7,8 of Noteworthy, the assigned text for the course. SLO 3: Writing (not assessed this cycle)
Written Communication: Students in EAP 1540 will be able to complete a paragraph writing assignment that includes an appropriate topic sentence. SLO 4: Aural Comprehension(not assessed this cycle)
Students in the 1500 level of the EAP speech & listening sequence will be able to demonstrate proficiency in listening comprehension skills.
SLO 5: Grammar
Students in EAP 1560 and 1660 will be able to select and produce verb tenses appropriate to their level.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 English for Speakers of Other Languages
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Reading and Listening Comprehension Skills
2011-2012 Students will be able to demonstrate improvement on the CASAS listening and reading tests within national CASAS score norms reported to the National Reporting System. SLO 2: Transition and Retention
2011-2012 Students will be able to transition into pre-college programs based on COMPASS scores. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 English Language Institute
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 3: ELI provides quality teaching
The ELI provides quality teaching. Students who successfully complete the Intensive English language wiil be prepared in the skill areas of reading, writing, grammar, listening and speaking to take the COMPASS college placement exam.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Environmental Science (AS) (POS 2166) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Objective #1 - Communication
AS in Environmental Science students will proficiently demonstrate the ability to conduct and present research using multiple resources.
SLO 2: Objective #2 - Critical Thinking
AS in Environmental Science students will proficiently demonstrate the ability to evaluate and synthesize information.
SLO 3: Objective #3 - Hazardous Materials Handling and Storage
AS in Environmental Science - Hazardous Materials Technology Track students will proficiently apply regulations related to the handling and storage of hazardous materials.
SLO 4: Objective #4 - Hazardous Materials Transportation and Disposal
AS in Environmental Science - Hazardous Materials Track students will proficiently apply regulations related to the transportation and disposal of hazardous materials.
SLO 5: Objective #5 - Hazardous Materials Detection and Pollution
AS in Environmental Science - Hazardous Materials Technology track students will proficiently apply regulations related to hazardous materials detection and pollution investigation.
SLO 6: Objective #6 - Environmental Assessment in the Laboratory
AS in Environmental Science - Environmental Assessment Track students will proficiently perform laboratory tests for environmental monitoring.
SLO 7: Objective #7 - Environmental Assessment in the Field
AS in Environmental Science - Environmental Assessment Track students will proficiently perform field tests for environmental monitoring.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Facials Specialty (PSAV) (POS 5711)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Oral and written Communications 2011-2012
Students will demonstrate the ability to conduct research and present materials on skin types and care products using electronic and printed information. SLO 2: Communications skills as receptionists
Students will demonstrate communication skills with clients using language and verbal demeanor in a professional manner while serving as receptionists SLO 3: Client Consultation and Record Keeping
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the importance of client consultation and accurate record keeping SLO 4: Florida Law
Students will demonstrate knowledge of Florida Law as it applies to facial specialty SLO 5: Client Consultation and Treatment Plans
Students will demonstrate skills required to evaluate client's skin and consult in preparing treatment plans to be utilized when rendering client services SLO 6: Contraindications of Services and Plans
Students will demonstrate an understanding of possible contraindications to proposed services and recommend the most appropriate treatment plan for individual clients SLO 7: Makeup Applications and Corrections
Students will to demonstrate skills required for makeup application and corrective makeup methods SLO 8: Facial Techniques and Products 2011-2012
Students will demonstrate an understanding of standardized techniques used for facial/skin care and the correct utilization of products. SLO 9: Sanitation and Safety Practices
Students will demonstrate correct execution of facial/skin care techniques utilizing safe and sanitary practices .
SLO 10: Facial Machines
Students will demonstrate proficiency using facial machines Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Family Child Care Training (PSAV) (POS 5738)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Health Safety and Nutrition
Students will demonstrate knowledge of Health Safety and Nutrition.
SLO 2: Problem-solving
Students will demostrate problem solving abilities.
SLO 3: Principles in child development
Students will demonstrate knowledge of the basic principles and concepts of child development.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Fine Arts
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Knowledge of Concepts or Technical Terms
Students will demonstrate knowledge of concepts relative to their particular discipline area. SLO 2: Knowledge of Field
Students will demonstrate knowledge of their field by completing a project which comprises concepts and techniques pertinent to a specific field.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Fire Fighter II (Fire Fighter I and II) (POS 5720)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Elevated Rescue
Students shall demonstrate proficiency in an elevated rescue scenario.
SLO 2: Hazardous materials
Students shall demonstrate proficiency in the identification of hazardous materials and response guidelines.
SLO 3: Personal Protective Equipment
Students will be able to demonstrate effective use of personal protective equipment (PPE) as it relates to fire safety.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Fire Science Management (BAS) (POS S911) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Oral Communications Skills
Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills necessary to perform successfully in a modern fire department.
SLO 2: Written Communication
Outcome 2: Demonstrate effective written communication skills necessary to perform successfully in a modern fire department.
SLO 3: Disaster planning
Outcome 3: Demonstrate proficiency in disater and fire planning (will not be assessed this cycle).
SLO 4: Leadership
Outcome 4: Students will apply principles of transformational leadership to motivate and lead others toward an ethical organizational vison.
SLO 5: Regulations
Outcome 5 (not assessed this cycle) Students will apply their knowledge of fire department regulations when working with staff to ensure organizational effectiveness (not to be assessed this cycle).
SLO 6: Evacuating
Outcome 6 (not assessed this cycle) Students will apply their knowledge of appropriate planning skills in evacuating an assisted living facility during a widespread fire event. (Not to be assessed this cycle). SLO 7: Application of Research techniques to fire situations
Outcome 7: Demonstrate hands-on ability to apply research tecniques go real-life fire situations.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Fire Science Technology (AS) (POS 2911)/AAS (POS A138)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Fire Behavior and Combustion
Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate knowledge of fire behavior and combustion.
SLO 2: Report Writing
Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate their report writing skills.
SLO 3: Legal Issues
Outcome 1: Students will demonstrate their knowledge of legal issues involving the fire service.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Foreign Languages (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Written Communication
Students will be able to correctly use grammatical structures in the target language. This Outcome WILL BE measured this cycle.
SLO 2: Verbal Communication
Students will be able to demonstrate verbal communication in the target languages. This outcome WILL NOT be measured this cycle.
SLO 3: Aural Comprehension
Students will be able to demonstrate aural comprehension in the target language. This outcome WILL NOT be measured this cycle.
SLO 4: Cultural Awareness
Students will be able to demonstrate a progressive understanding of the target culture(s). This outcome WILL be measured this cycle.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Funeral Services (AS) (POS 2161) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Problem solving abilities
Core specific competencies: Student will learn to develop problem solving abilities through, writing, research, and testing. SLO 2: Comprehending interpersonal relationship in business
Students will become familar with a past and present funeral industry operation in a local and gobal setting.
SLO 3: Merchandising and sales planning
Knowledge of merchandising and sales planning through the use of oral communication and written testing SLO 4: Technical skills in embalming
Technical skills in embalming/restorative art. The process of learning the basic techinics of using instruments, case analysis, and feature building of a remains. Student will write reports on each case in clinic Have an understanding of the chemicals used for embalming,and respect for the dead.
Relevant Associations: Funeral Service Associations FFDA, IFDF, NFDA SLO 5: Iteracy (verbal, Written, Quantitative)
Literacy (verbal, written, quantitative) Students will able to write and understand technical materials and will be able to converse in medical and business language. : · Communicate verbally and non-verbally with the clients, staff, health care personnel, and other in an effective, appropriate manner · Demonstrate proficiency in understanding by reading, writing, research, and computer, and oral communication · Demonstrate complete though, accurate, logical reports, documentations, and technical expertise in response to clients needs, expectations, and to recognize the state and federal statutes covering all legalities of business and to clients responses to needs. · Demonstrate a understanding of the literature related to funeral service profession, public health issues, by using the internet, books, group discussion, presentations to enhance information and practical experience to the end users. Be able to pass the National Examination before starting internship SLO 6: Objective: Problem Solving
Solving problems that arise in clinical labs· Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 General Education program
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Increase in General Education Competency
Students will demonstrate increased general education competency levels as they progress through their degree program.
Relevant Associations: Communications IE planHumanities IE planMathematics IE plan Natural Sciences IE planSocial and Behavioral Sciences IE plan SLO 2: Understanding of General Education
Students will understand the general education requirements for their program and how their courses contribute to it. SLO 3: Communication
Students will be able to effectively communicate by choosing the appropriate means for obtaining, generating and using information and language to interact successfully in the world. Relevant Associations: Communications Discipline IE planHumanities Discipline IE plan SLO 4: Information Literacy
Students will be able to find, retrieve, analyze, and use information.
Relevant Associations: Communications Discipline IE plan SLO 5: Critical Thinking
Students will be able to apply logic, effective reasoning skills, sound judgment and reflection in order to solve problems and to clarify their objective understanding of the world. Relevant Associations: Humanities Discipline IE plan Natural Sciences Discipline IE plan Mathematics Discipline IE plan Social and Behavioral Sciences IE plan SLO 6: Scientific and Quantitative Reasoning
Students will be able to interpret measurable, observable, or empirical information through inference, analogy, and induction to direct the formulation of hypotheses and conclusions. Relevant Associations: Natural Sciences Discipline IE plan Mathematics Discipline IE plan SLO 7: Global Sociocultural Responsibility
Students will be able to recognize and respond to different ethnic and cultural groups by analyzing from multiple perspectives the means by which each group serves a global community that contributes to local, national, and environmental events and concerns of humanity. Relevant Associations: Social and Behavioral Sciences Discipline IE plan Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Health Information Management (AS) (POS 2277) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Oral Communication Skills (2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate proficiency in oral communication skills using medical medical terminology.
Relevant Associations: Program accreditation: Commission on Accreditation of Information and Informatics Management (CAHIIM) SLO 2: Use database software applications (Assess 2012-2013)
Students will demonstrate proficiency in using database software application (such as spreadsheets) to create a database of patient information. Not being assessed this cycle SLO 3: Apply diagnosis and procedure codes using ICD-9-CM(Assess 2013-
2014)

Students will demonstrate proficiency in critical thinking skills when applying diagnosis and procedure codes using ICD-9-CM. Not being assessed this cycle SLO 4: Compile and analyze health data(Assess 2014-2015)
Students will demonstrate proficiency in the compiling and analyzing health data to make recommendations. Not being assessed this cycle.
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2011-2012 Histologic Technology (AS) (POS 2262) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Demonstrate written communication (2012-2013)
Students will demonstrate effective written communication skills in preparing accurate lab reports and preparing scientific papers that can lead to possible publication in society journals.
SLO 3: Demonstrate ability to conduct research (2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate the ability to conduct and present research via Internet and other sources with emphasis on current scientific publications based on literature and training in conducting research that would include a scientific title, substantial body, a scientific summary and references citations using APA 6th edition style.
SLO 4: Evaluate tissue slides
Students will evaluate the technical component of tissue glass slides according to quality assurance protocols.
SLO 5: Demonstrate decision making abilitles
Students will demonstrate decision making abilities by successfully completing practicum projects SLO 6: Identify staining problems and solutions (2011-2012)
When presented with errors in tissue staining that affect the microanatomy of the tissue, students will identify the problem, establish the causes of the problem and communicate potential troubleshooting solutions to correct or avoid the errors that affect the microanatomy of the tissue.
SLO 7: Demonstrate teamwork skills
Students will demonstrate teamwork skills necessary for working in the Histotechnology environment SLO 8: demonstrate specimen handling profiency
Students will demonstrate proficiency in evaluating and handling specimens presented to the pathology laboratory.
SLO 9: Demonstrate lab safety (2012-2013)
Demonstrate knowledge and practice of lab safety with respect to biologic, physical and chemical hazards according to current Federal and State standards SLO 10: Students will achieve valid results
Students will demonstrate proficiency in following oral, written and/or demonstrated lab procedures to achieve valid results in the areas of processing, embedding, microtomy and staining SLO 11: Demonstrate entry-level proficiency
Students will demonstrate entry-level proficiency for each non-lab prefixed course and entry level skill development in every MLT-L course Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Home Health Aide (PSAV) (POS 5130)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: O 1: Patient Safety (2012-2013)
Students will demonstrate patient safety awareness and skills in the skills lab and clinical setting.
SLO 2: O 2: Infection Control
Students will understand and apply the principles of infection control in the skills lab and the clinical setting. SLO 3: O 3: Vital Signs
Students will monitor record and report vital signs findings to appropriate persons in the skills lab and the clinical setting Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Home Inspector (PSAV) (POS 5151)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Program Implementation Delayed Pending Funding.
Program Implementation Delayed Pending Funding.
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2011-2012 Hospitality and Tourism Management (AS) (POS 2214) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Sanitation and Safety
Demonstrate appropriate sanitation, personal hygiene and safety procedures according to state and national health codes.
Relevant Associations: National Restaurant Association ServeSafe Exam SLO 2: Kitchen Equipment
Appropriately use small and large commercial equipment.
SLO 3: Technology
Utilize technology information systems found in a variety of hospitality settings SLO 4: Cold Foods
Prepare, serve and garnish a variety of cold foods SLO 5: Appetizers and Soups
Demonstrate the ability to prepare appetizers, soups and entrees in a variety of contemporary industry settings SLO 6: Fabrication
Demonstrate the ability to frabricate and portion meats, poultry and seafood SLO 7: Conversions
Demonstrate the ability to convert, weigh and measure quantity recipes accurately SLO 8: Table Service
Demonstrate types of table service SLO 9: Leadership
Describe leadership styles found in contemporary hospitality and foodservice settings SLO 10: Knife Skills
Demonstrate excellent knife skills SLO 11: Menu Planning
Write a cost effective menu utilizing accepted nutritional standards SLO 12: Cooking Methods
Prepare a varity of foods using dry, moist and combination cooking methods SLO 13: Employment Opportunities
Describe employment opportunities available in the hospitality industry SLO 14: Applied Menu Planning Project
Students in the one credit FSS 1200 course, Culinary Terminology, are required to complete a comprehensive Menu Planning Project at the Conclusion of the Menu Planning Class. Previously, this applied Menu Planning Project was graded informally, and a variety of grading instruments were used. It is proposed that a standardized evaluative grading sheet be developed by a full time faculty team to reflect the structured components of the project, and the data gleaned from the grading sheet be used for programmatic and curricular improvement, based on this important student feedback. It is proposed that Richard Lambert, Professor of Culinary Arts, lead this project by writing the instrument and to begin using it in the 2011-2012 academic year (Fall, Spring and Summer). He will develop the instrument in tandem with the Instructional Program Manager and the faculty team. All faculty members will continue to use this standardized grading tool. Results of the project evaluations will be used for programmatic and curricular improvement and enhancements. Areas to be evaluated the applied menu planning project include: Restaurant Theme, Concept, Menu, Costing Sheets, Signature Item, Type of Paper, Cover Colors, Type of Print/Style/Size.
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2011-2012 Humanities Discipline (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Written Comprehension of Cultural Influence
Students will satisfactorily express written comprehension of religious, philosophical and/or cultural influence on society.
SLO 2: Critical Thinking Proficiency
Students will demonstrate proficiency in thinking critically about literature and/or fine arts using discipline-related terminology.
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2011-2012 Individual Income Tax Preparation (PSAV) (POS 5152)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Program Implementation Delayed Pending Funding.
Program Implementation Delayed Pending Funding.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Industrial Management Technology (Military) (AS) (POS
2378) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Business documents
Students will demonstrate grammatical and format proficiency in written business documentsRelevant Associations: IMT Advisory Committee SLO 2: Effective Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate effective communication skills with customers and employees.
SLO 3: Management Plan
Students will demonstrate development of a plan to organize workload, engage in staffing matters, and implement employee directing and controlling functions of management.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Information Technology Management (BAS) (POS S301) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Documentation and Communication (2011-2012)
Students will be able to demonstrate the ability to plan, manage, and provide appropriate documentation and communication through all phases of the software development life cycle to ensure successful implementation of an information technology (IT) project that is on time and within budget.
SLO 2: Demonstrate Teamwork (2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate effective teamwork by working collaboratively to successfully complete an IT-based project while ensuring individual achievement.
SLO 3: Managing a Project (2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate the ability to manage an IT project including producing reports, updates, and a project review.
SLO 4: Written and Verbal Communication (2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate effective written and verbal communication of IT ideas, goals, problems, and solutions to non-IT personnel.
SLO 5: Ethical Reasoning (2011-2012)
Students will be able to recognize, analyze, evaluate, and assess ethical implications of an issue and take a position.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Insurance Claims Adjuster (PSAV) (POS 5728) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Property Insurance
Students will demonstrate an understanding of property insurance.
SLO 2: Workers Compensation Insurance
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Workers Compensation Insurance.
SLO 3: General Liability
Students will demonstrate an understanding of General Liability.
SLO 4: Claims Adjusting
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Claims Adjusting.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Insurance Customer Service Representative (PSAV) (POS
5727) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Property Insurance (Assess 2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate an understanding of property insurance.
SLO 2: Workers Compensation insurance (Assess 2011-2012)
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Workers Compensation insurance.
SLO 3: General Liability
Students will demonstrate an understanding of general liability.
SLO 4: Crime
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Crime.
SLO 5: Property and Liability concepts
Students will demonstrate an understanding of property and liability insurance concepts.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Insurance General Lines Agent (PSAV) (POS 5723) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Property Insurance
Students will demonstrate an understanding of property Insurance.
SLO 2: Workers Compensation
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Workers Compensation.
SLO 3: General Liability
Students will demonstrate an understanding of General Liability.
SLO 4: Crime
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Crime insurance. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Interior Design Technology (AS) (POS 2389) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Oral Communication
When given an interior design project, students will be able to proficiently articulate their interior design solutions. Relevant Associations: Council of Interior Design Accreditation Professional Standard #6 –Communication (b) Students are able to express ideas clearly in oral communication SLO 2: Critical Thinking
Students will demonstrate problem-solving abilities by proficiently evaluating, selecting and specifying appropriate commercial grade resources and materials for design solutions. Relevant Associations: Council of Interior Design Accreditation Professional Standard #4 –Design Process (c) Students are able to evaluate, select and apply information and research findings to design.
SLO 3: Computer Aided Drafting, Drawing or Modeling Competency
Students will be able to proficiently prepare and draft their design solutions utilizing appropriate software.
Relevant Associations: Council of Interior Design Accreditation Professional Standard #6 –Communication (d) Students are able to produce competent presentation drawings across a range of appropriate media.
SLO 4: Sustainable Principles
Students will be knowledgeable in main principles of sustainability in interior design including the concepts, principles, and theories of sustainability as they pertain to building methods, materials, systems, and occupants.
Relevant Associations: Council of Interior Design Accreditation Professional Standard #2. Global Context for Design: Student work demonstrates understanding of: a) the concepts, principles, and theories of sustainability as they pertain to building methods, materials, systems, and occupants.
SLO 5: Universal Design
Students will demonstrate their knowledge of the principles of universal design by proficiently applying universal design concepts to a residential design project.
Relevant Associations: Council of Interior Design Accreditation Professional Standard #3. Human Behavior d) Student work demonstrates understanding and the ability to appropriately apply universal design concepts.
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2011-2012 Law Enforcement Officer (PSAV) (POS 5758)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Firearms Proficiency Evaluation (O:1)
Recruits will demonstrate knowledge and a minimum state mandated proficiency skills in the use of both a handgun and a long-gun, during daytime and nighttime firing operations. SLO 2: Physical Fitness (O:2)
Recruits will enhance their physical fitness as measured by the "Academy Physical Fitness Standards Report" provided by FDLE (Florida Department of Law Enforcement).
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Life Insurance Marketing (PSAV) (POS 5726) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Principles and uses
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the principles and uses of life and health insurance.
SLO 2: Legal Concepts of the Insurance Contract
Students will demonstrate and understanding of the Legal Concepts of the Insurance Contract. SLO 3: Life Insurance Policies
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Life Insurance Polices - Provisions, Options and Riders.
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2011-2012 Logistics and Distribution (PSAV) (POS 5913) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Written Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in written communication skills required in a logistics business environment.
Relevant Associations: AST&L SLO 2: Critical Thinking Skills
Students will demonstrate problem solving abilities and critical thinking skills needed to perform successfully in a warehouse or distribution center.
Relevant Associations: AST&L SLO 3: Computer Technology Skills
Students will demonstrate computer technology skills that are required for efficient operation in a warehouse, distribution center or other logistics business environment.
Relevant Associations: AST&L SLO 4: Transportation Analysis Skills
Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze the cost impact and modal decisions required in a transportation model. (Not being assessed this cycle)Relevant Associations: AST&L Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Massage Therapy (PSAV) (POS 5700)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Medical Terminology
Students willl demonstrate appropriate use of medical terminology SLO 2: Massage Therapy Literature
Students will demonstrate an understanding of massage therapy literature SLO 3: Oral Communication
The students will prepare oral presentations on "Developing and Opening a Masage Therapy Business." SLO 4: Emergency Situations [2011-2012]
Students will demonstrate appropriate procedures used for emergency situations on the massage clinic SLO 5: Proper Draping
Students will identify proper draping procedures SLO 6: Eliminating Medical Errors
Students will identify and explain measures conducive to eliminating medical errors SLO 7: Florida Statutes
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the rules and Florida statutes of massage therapy SLO 8: Modalities of Massage Therapy
Students will identify various modalities utilized in the practice of massage therapy SLO 9: Technique for Massage Manipulations
Students demonstrate proper technique for massage manipulations SLO 10: Indications and Contraindications [2011-2012]
Students will demonstrate awareness of indications and contraindications in massage therapy.
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2011-2012 Mathematics Discipline (DE,L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Formulate/Translate Problem
Students will be able to formulate various problems into appropriate mathematical language and determine correct approach.
SLO 2: Problem Solving
Students will use various mathematical methods to correctly solve problems.
SLO 3: Critical Thinking
Students will use critical thinking to interpret, draw inferences from, and judge reasonableness of mathematical results.
SLO 4: Critical Thinking (2011-2012)
To improve effectiveness through a change in pedagogy: 1. Assign students to identify errors in solutions and correct the solution. 2. Assign group-work in which students are presented a problem to analyze and develop strategies for solving. 3. Present questions for discussion that are missing necessary information or contain superfluous information. 4. Present questions in a way that requires students to think. 5. Present questions in which students are required to select formula/rule/equation/integration method necessary to solve. 6. Credit students with identifying an answer as not correct. 7. Assign exercises that require unconventional use of a formula.
SLO 5: Identify the Problem (2011-2012)
To improve effectiveness through a change in pedagogy: 1. Assign problems that require students to model the problem with a sketch that identifies the problem. 2. Present questions in which students are required to select formula/rule/equation/integration method necessary to solve. 3. Present students with various types of equations and ask students to identify type of equation. 4. Present students with various types of equations and ask students to identify the type of graph. 5. Present graphs for students to read and present questions that lead to discussion. 6. Ask students to identify the rule necessary for each step in a solution.
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2011-2012 Medical Assisting (PSAV) (POS 5648)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Basic observational skills
Students will demonstrate basic medical "observational skills" by the second semester and document findings concisely.
SLO 2: Administrative office duties
Students will demonstrate proficiency of administrative office duties.
SLO 3: Safe Medication Administration
Students will demonstrate proficiency in safe medication administration procedures by assuring students follow the seven rights or rules of proper medication administration.
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2011-2012 Medical Laboratory Technology (AS) (POS 2220) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Effective written communication
Students will demonstrate effective written communication skills in preparing lab reports and scientific papers SLO 2: Effective oral communication
Students will demonstrate effective oral communication skills necessary for employment through presentations and interactions with instructors.
SLO 3: Conduct research
Students will write a scientific paper conveying information researched on an instructor-approved topic utilizing appropriate web-based and other relevant publications.
SLO 4: Interpret lab results
Students will interpret lab results according to quality assurance protocols SLO 5: Identify abnormal lab results
Students will identify abnormal results and correlate them with possible etiologies SLO 6: Demonstrate decision-making in practical exams
Student will demonstrate decision-making abilities by successfully completing lab practical examinations.
SLO 7: Process Analysis
Students will demonstrate knowledge of process analysis as it pertains to clinical laboratory workflow.
SLO 8: Teamwork Skills
Students will demonstrate teamwork skills (with instructor assigned teams or rotating groups) necessary to working in the clinical laboratory envirnment. Not assessed in 2010-11 SLO 9: Specimen Collection and Handling
Student will demonstrate effective skills in specimen collection and handling.
SLO 10: Laboratory Safety
Students will demonstrate knowledge and practice of lab safety with respect to biological, physical and chemical hazards according to current Federal and State standards.
SLO 11: Achieve Valid Lab Results
Students will demonstrate competency in following oral, written and/or demonstrated lab procedures to achieve valid results in the areas of chemistry, hematology, immunohematology, microbiology and serology.
SLO 12: Body of Knowledge
Student will demonstrate entry-level competency of the clinical lab science body of knowledge including chemistry, hematology, hemostasis, immunohematology, microbiology, phlebotomy, serology, and urinalysis.
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2011-2012 Medium and Heavy Duty Truck and Bus Technician (PSAV)
(POS 5616)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Safety and Pollution Prevention
Demonstrate knowledge of personal and environmental safety practices.
SLO 2: Program Specific - Engines
Demonstrate ability to diagnose and repair failures with engine mechanical systems.
SLO 3: Program Specific - Electrical/Electronic Systems
Demonstrate ability to diagnose and repair problems with vehicle electrical/electronic systems.
SLO 4: Communication (not assessed 2011-12)
Demonstrate proficiency in the effective use and understanding of written and spoken communications as related to the business environment. SLO 5: Critical Thinking (not assessed 2011-12)
Demonstrate the ability to perform basic troubleshooting skills using appropriate logic and scientific method analysis.
SLO 6: Program Specific - Driveline (not assessed 2011-12)
Demonstrate proficiency in the operation and servicing of manual drive trains and axles. SLO 7: Program Specific - Engine Performance (not assessed 2011-12)
Demonstrate proficiency in engine performance service.
SLO 8: Research & Critical Thinking (not assessed 2011-12)
Demonstrate the ability to conduct research using electronic, printed and other forms of information to determine and document technical specifications used to solve repair problems.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Mortgage Broker (PSAV) (POS 5747)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: State and Federal Laws
Students will demonstate an understanding of State and Federal laws.
SLO 2: Mathematical Computations
Students will demonstrate the ability to perform specific mathematical computations needed by a Mortgage Broker.
SLO 3: Basic Mortgage Provisions
Students will demonstrate an understanding of basic mortgage provisions.
SLO 4: Loan cycle
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the loan cycle.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Natural Sciences Discipline (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Conduct an experiment, collect and analyze data
Students will be able to conduct an experiment, collect and analyze data, and interpret results in a laboratory setting.
SLO 2: Analyze, evaluate, and test a scientific hypothesis
Students will be able to analyze, evaluate, and test a scientific hypothesis.
SLO 3: Scientific Language and Processes
Students will be able to use basic scientific language and processes and be able to distinguish between scientific and non-scientific explanations.
SLO 4: Principles and Patterns in Nature
Students will be able to identify unifying principles and repeatable patterns in nature, the values of natural diversity, and apply them to problems or issues of a scientific nature.
SLO 5: Impact of Scientific Discovery
Students will be able to analyze and discuss the impact of scientific discovery on human thought and behavior.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Networking Services Technology (Network Support) (AS)
(POS 2156) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Demonstrate effective written and oral communication.
Demonstrate effective written and oral communication.
SLO 2: Demonstrate problem solving abilities and critical thinking skills
Demonstrate problem solving abilities and critical thinking skills by performing appropriate configuration, design, assessment, and/or solution(s).
SLO 3: Demonstrate technical proficiency in computer hardware,software,
and security concepts.

Demonstrate technical proficiency in computer hardware,software, and security concepts.
SLO 4: Demonstrate technical proficiency in cabling, configuring,
enhancing, and troubleshooting networks using network tools.

Demonstrate technical proficiency in cabling, configuring, enhancing, and troubleshooting networks using network tools.
SLO 5: Demonstrate teamwork skills necessary for working in a
technological environment.

Demonstrate teamwork skills necessary for working in a technological environment.
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2011-2012 Nursing (BSN) (POS N200) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communication
Utilizes effective, culturally sensitive, and ethical communication methods to collaborate with patients, families, communities and health care providers. Communication methods include oral, written, and electronic formats that promote sending and receiving information. Achievement of effective, culturally sensitive and ethical communication is an important professional competency in nursing. Baccalaureate level graduates are expected to demonstrate competency in 1) utilizing APA guidelines for written documents, 2) clear articulation of expectations when supervising others, 3) effective oral communication when teaching others, and 4) appropriate and timely electronic documentation in clinical settings. Communication outcome measures are evaluated using oral, written and electronic formats in every course. Demonstrated competency in communication contributes to academic success, professional development and lifelong learning.
SLO 2: Critical Thinking
Systematically reviews and analyzes information incorporating current evidence-based practice to guide delivery of optimal nursing care. Proficiency in critical thinking contributes to safety and quality in healthcare and is a vital characteristic of the baccalaureate prepared registered nurse. Critical thinking is measured in every course as the student demonstrates comprehension and application to complete analyses using available contextual information. Critical thinking is also measured in every course as students demonstrate the ability to collect data, interpret data, and form conclusions. Deductive and inductive reasoning is measured using written assignments, oral presentations and ethical debates. For example, students are asked to prepare an oral debate in which a current nursing practice is either defended or challenged. Demonstrated competency in critical thinking contributes to academic success, professional accountability and lifelong learning. SLO 3: Leadership & Management
Synthesizes leadership and management principles to promote optimal professional and patient-focused outcomes. The role of the baccalaureate prepared nurse requires basic level competency in change management, quality improvement, regulatory compliance, conflict management, supervision and delegation. These competencies are measured using written and oral assignments to capture how the student plans to address a specific nursing related issue that may arise in a workplace setting. Demonstrated competencies in leadership and management principles lead to personal and professional accomplishments contributing to academic success, career advancement and community engagement.
SLO 4: Evidence-Based Practice
Develops a consistent problem-solving approach to clinical practice that integrates current evidence, clinical expertise, and individual/family/community preferences and values. This working definition of EBP comes from Melnyk and Fineout-Overholt, 2010, in their book Evidence-based Practice in Nursing & Healthcare: A Guide to Best Practice. Professional nurses are expected to use guidelines consistent with evidence-based practice when designing, implementing and evaluating nursing care strategies. Fundamental competencies include the ability to comprehend and interpret current research-based literature, analyze and critique current health practices, and advocate for optimal approaches in health care. These competencies are primarily measured in oral and written assignments comparing current and/or observed practices to optimal practices supported by research. Demonstrated competencies in evidence-based practice contribute to academic success, repected interdisciplinary collaboration in the workplace, and improved patient outcomes within the community.
SLO 5: Teaching and Learning
Integrates principles of teaching and learning in professional nursing practice. Best practice strategies in both teaching and learning are evaluated as they relate to a variety of situations. The role of the baccalaureate prepared professional nurse includes competency in health education to both health professionals and lay public. Utilization of technology-enhanced teaching materials and attention to audience-specific learning needs is measured using written and oral assignments in all BSN courses. Demonstrated proficiency in these areas contribute to academic success, expanded career opportunities and professional respect within the community.
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2011-2012 Nursing Assistant (Articulated) (PSAV) (POS 5131)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: O 1: Patient Safety
Students will demonstrate patient safety awareness and skills in the skills lab and clinical setting.
SLO 2: O 2: Infection Control
· Students will understand and apply the principles of infection control in the skills lab and the clinical setting. SLO 3: O 3: Vital Signs
Students will monitor, record and report vital signs findings to appropriate persons in the skills lab and the clinical setting. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Nursing R.N. (AS) (POS 2149) and Nursing R.N. (AS) (POS
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communication
The student will use effective communication skills appropriate for nursing. Communication skills are an essential element of the nursing process. Students must be able to use written and verbal skills to exchange thoughts, opinion and information. Student will be able to communicate thoughts and opinions both written and verbal to faculty, other students and health care professionals. This will be measured on the student clinical evaluation form at the end of the semester. Relevant Associations: National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission SLO 2: Critical thinking
The student will apply critical judgment in providing care throughout the life cycle using the nursing process.
Relevant Associations: National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission SLO 3: Professionalism
The student will demonstrate a commitment to ethical/legal practice and continuous learning for personal and professional growth.
Relevant Associations: National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission SLO 4: Program Specific
The student will demonstrate competent and safe client care in a health care settings.
Relevant Associations: National League for Nursing Accreditation Commission SLO 5: Teaching Learning
The student will engage in teaching-learning strategies with clients throughout the life cycle.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Occupational Therapy Assistant (AS) (POS 2355)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: 1. Role of the OT/OTA
Graduates will communicate the role of the occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant.
Relevant Associations: 1.Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) of the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA). The ACOTE is recognized as the accrediting agency for occupational therapy education by the United States Department of Education and the Council on Higher Education Accreditation. 2.National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy, Inc. (NBCOT), 3. Occupational Therapy Assistant Program Advisory Committee.
SLO 2: 2. Professionalism / Communication
Graduates of the occupational therapy assistant program will communicate with clients and colleagues in a professional manner. SLO 3: 3. OT Interventions
Graduates will select, provide. and document occupational therapy interventions and procedures to reflect the needs of the client in collaboration with the occupational therapist.
SLO 4: 4. Evaluations & Asessments
Graduates will administer selected assessments using appropriate procedures and protocols.
SLO 5: 4. Role of the OTA
Graduates will communicate the role and responsibilities of the occupational therapy assistant in today's healthcare system.
SLO 6: 5. Functional mobility
Graduates will provide training in techniques to clients to enhance functional mobility including wheelchair management and functional transfers.
SLO 7: 5. Evidence-Based Practice
Graduates will use professional literature to make evidence-based practice decisions that are supported by research.
SLO 8: 6. Cultural Competence
Graduates will understand and demonstrate respect for diversity factors of others.
SLO 9: 7. Assistive Technology
Graduates will demonstrate appropriate compensatory strategies using assistive technology to enhance client's engagement in occupational performance.
SLO 10: 10. Grading & adapting activities
Graduates will grade and/or adapt the environment, tools, materials or activity to promote engagement in occupations to reflect the changing needs of the client.
SLO 11: 11. Ethics
Graduates will articulate and adhere to the American Occupational Therapy Association's Code of Ethics.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Office Administration (AAS) (POS A265) (DE,L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Written Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in written communication skills required in an office environment.
Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 2: Oral Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in communicating orally in various business environments. (Not being assessed this cycle) Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 3: Critical Thinking Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in applying critical thinking skills in the Office Administration profession.
Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 4: Computer Application Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint applications.
Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 5: Keyboarding Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in keyboarding skills.
Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 6: Teamwork Skills
Students will demonstrate teamwork skills necessary for working in an office environment. (Not being assessed this cycle)Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 7: Time/Project Management Skills
Students will demonstrate ability to prioritize projects and assignments, use effective time management techniques, and employ effective records management techniques. (Not being assessed this cycle)Relevant Associations: ACBSP Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Office Administration (AS) (POS 2265) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Written Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in written communication skills required in an office environment.
Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 2: Oral Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in communicating orally in various business environments. (Not being assessed this cycle)Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 3: Critical Thinking Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in applying critical thinking and problem solving skills in the Office Administration profession.
Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 4: Computer Application Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint applications.
Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 5: Keyboarding Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in keyboarding skills.
Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 6: Teamwork Skills
Students will demonstrate teamwork skills necessary for working in an office environment. (Not being assessed this cycle)Relevant Associations: ACBSP SLO 7: Time/Project Management Skills
Students will demonstrate ability to prioritize projects and assignments, use effective time management techniques, and employ effective records management techniques. (Not being assessed this cycle)Relevant Associations: ACBSP Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Office Assistant (PSAV) (POS 5905)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in written communications required in an office environment.
SLO 2: Critical Thinking Skills
Students will be able to demonstrate problem-solving and critical thinking skills.
SLO 3: Computer Applications Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Ophthalmic Technician (AS) (POS 2180) (DE,L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communication
Graduates will communicate verbally and non-verbally with the patient, the attending physician, health care delivery personnel, and others in an effective, appropriate, and capable manner.
SLO 2: Critical Thinking
Graduates will communicate an understanding of the plan of care developed by the attending physician to achieve short and long term goals and intended outcomes.
SLO 3: Documentation
Students are able to complete thorough, accurate, logical, concise, timely, and legible documentation formats required by state practice acts, the practice setting, and other regulatory agencies.
SLO 4: Patient Assessment
Student recognizes when interventions should not be provided due to changes in the patient's status and reports this to the supervising ophthalmologist.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Paralegal Studies (Legal Assisting) (AS) (POS 2299) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Demonstrate Proficiency in Written Documents
Students will be able to proficiently draft documents and correspondence utilizing appropriate grammar and format.
SLO 2: Demonstrate the ability to identify, analyze, and resolve legal issues
Students will be able to proficiently identify, analyze, and resolve legal issues.
SLO 3: Conducting effective research of legal issues
Students will be able to proficiently conduct legal research in relation to legal issues.
SLO 4: Demonstrate the ability to resolve legal ethical issues
Students will be able to identify, analyze, and resolve law related ethical issues.
SLO 5: Demonstrate Proficency in Law Related Technology
Students will be able to proficiently utilize basic law related technology and software Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Paramedic (PSAV) (POS 5793)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Critical Thinking
Students will demonstrate the ability to gather and interpret patient information.
Relevant Associations: FL DOE Curriculum Frameworks Paramedic (Program Number W170206) SLO 2: Cardiovascular system knowledge/skills
Students will demonstrate the ability to treat cardiovascular diseases. Relevant Associations: American Heart Association's current ACLS Guidelines SLO 3: Respiratory System Management
Students will demonstrate the ability to evaluate and treat respiratory diseases.
Relevant Associations: FL DOE Curriculum Frameworks - Paramedic SLO 4: IV and Medications
Students will demonstrate the ability to establish vascular access. Relevant Associations: FL DOE Curriculum Frameworks – Paramedic SLO 5: Didactic
Students will pass the state certification examination within 1 year of program completion. Relevant Associations: FL DOE Curriculum Frameworks – ParamedicNational EMS Education StandardNational Registry of EMT's Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Pathways Academy for Adults
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Effective Written and Oral Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills.
SLO 2: Algebraic Competencies
Algebra I A students will demonstrate competency in solving linear equations and inequalities. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Pathways High School Equivalency
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Effective Written Communication Skills
Students in General Educational Development Comprehensive and Language Arts, Writing Skills courses will demonstrate effective written communication skills.
Relevant Associations: Curriculum Frameworks for General Educational Development Language Arts, Writing Skills, Florida Department of Education Course # 9900021. 01.0 Demonstrate and Apply Advanced Language Skills through Writing and Communicating Ideas Effectively 01.01 Apply basic rules of mechanics including capitalization, punctuation, and spelling related to possessives, contractions, and homonyms. (LA.B.1.4.3) 01.02 Apply basic rules of grammar usage, including subject-verb agreement, verb tense, verb forms, and use of pronouns. (LA.B.1.4.3) 01.03 Apply basic rules of sentence structure including parallelism, and avoidance of run-on sentences, sentence fragments, and comma splices. (LA.B.1.4.3) 01.04 Revise the organization of documents demonstrating unity, coherence, effective text divisions, and topic sentences. (LA.A.1.4.1, LA.A.1.4.3, LA.B.1.4.1, LA.B.1.4.2, LA.B.1.4.3, LA.B.2.4.3) 01.05 Analyze and revise workplace and community, instructional or "how-to," and informational documents for sentence structure, usage, and mechanics. (LA.A.1.4.1, LA.A.1.4.2, LA.A.2.4.4, LA.A.2.4.6, LA.A.2.4.7) 01.06 Plan and compose well-organized writing samples on a given topic, utilizing the rules of Edited American English (EAE). (LA.B.1.4.1, LA.B.1.4.2, LA.B.2.4.1, LA.B.2.4.3) 01.07 Plan, compose and edit an expository essay responding to a given topic using appropriate word choice, development, and organization following conventions of Edited American English (EAE). (LA.B.1.4.1, LA.B.1.4.2, LA.B.1.4.3, LA.B.2.4.1) 01.08 Plan, compose and edit workplace and community documents (e.g. letter of intent, resumes, employment applications, job descriptions, interview questions and responses, insurance forms, and consumer concerns). (LA.B.2.4.1, LA.B.2.4.2, LA.B.2.4.3) SLO 2: Effective Mathematical Computational Skills
Students will demonstrate understanding of skills necessary to perform fraction operations required to achieve mastery of fractions on the D level mathematics portion of the Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE).
Relevant Associations: Florida Department of Education Curriculum Framework, Adult Basic Education, Program Number: 99000001, Retrieved from: http://www.fldoe.org/workforce/dwdframe/ad_frame.asp, Adult Basic Education Mathematics C.05.00 Concepts and Operations Involving Fractions C.05.01Read and write names, words, and standard numerals for commonly used fractions such as 1/2, 1/4, 1/3, 3/4, 2/3. C.05.02Identify fractions on a number line. C.05.03Compare and differentiate the relative size of commonly used fractions. C.05.04Identify fractions represented as equivalent forms such as decimals and percents Example: 1/2 = 50% = .5 C.05.05Identify and explain the purpose of numerators and denominators. C.05.06Recognize proper and improper fractions and mixed numbers. C.05.07Convert mixed numbers to improper fractions and improper fractions to mixed numbers. C.05.08Reduce fractions to an equivalent fraction (1/2 = 2/4 = 4/8). C.05.09Reduce common fractions to the lowest common denominator. C.05.10Add and subtract fractions with common denominators. C.05.11Multiply proper fractions. Example: 1x 1/2 = 2/2 x 1/2 SLO 5: Effective Reading Comprehension Skills
Students in General Educational Development Comprehensive and Reading Skills courses will demonstrate effective reading comprehension skills.
Relevant Associations:Curriculum Frameworks for General Educational Development Language Arts, Writing Skills, Florida Department of Education Course # 99000002:G.03.01 Identify the text structure an author uses such as comparison/contrast, cause/effect, and sequence of events and explain the impact on text. (LA.5.1.7.5)G.03.02 Explain the purpose of text features such as format, graphics, diagrams, illustrations, charts, and maps, using prior knowledge to make and confirm predictions and to establish a purpose for reading. (LA.5.1.7.1)G.03.03 Determine the main idea or essential message through inferring, paraphrasing, summarizing, and identifying relevant details; and explain the impact on text. (LA.5.1.7.3)G.03.04 Interpret and follow complex, multi-step directions.
G.03.05 Summarize or restate conclusions after oral/silent reading.
G.03.06 Predict content and purpose of a reading selection by previewing table of contents, index, headings, captions, and illustrations.
G.03.07 Make predictions using prior knowledge, pre-reading, and self-questioning strategies.
G.03.08 Recognize the basic characteristics of fables, stories, and legends.
G.03.09 Evaluate information from pictures, maps, signs, diagrams, tables, graphs, or schedules.
G.03.10 Use print and electronic sources such as a dictionary, encyclopedia, atlas, newspaper, and thesaurus to obtain information for a specific task.
G.03.11 Obtain appropriate information from an index and a table of contents.
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2011-2012 Personal Lines Insurance (PSAV) (POS 5737) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Automobile insurance
Students will demonstrate an understanding of automobile insurance.
SLO 2: Property Insurance, Homeowner's
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Property Insurance and Homeowner's.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Pharmacy Technician (ATD) (POS B300)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Identify Common Drugs
Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in identifying the most commonly prescribed drugs: Accutane Actiq Actonel Adderall Adipex Advair Allegra Alli Ambien Amitiza Aricept Avandia Avodart Boniva Botox Byetta Caduet Celebrex Celexa Chantix Cialis Ciprofloxacin Claritin Clomid Coumadin Crestor cyclobenzaprine Cymbalta Dilaudid Diovan Effexor Enbrel ephedrine Femara fish oil Flomax folic acid Fosamax gabapentin Gardasil Geodon Hoodia Humira hydrocodone Insulin Keppra Lamictal Lasix Levaquin Levitra Lexapro Lipitor lisinopril lithium Lotrel Lunesta Lyrica Melatonin metformin methadone methotrexate Mirapex Mirena Namenda naproxen Nasonex Neurontin Nexium niacin Norco Norvasc omeprazole Ortho Evra oseltamivir oxycodone oxycontin Paxil Paracetamol Percocet phentermine Plan B Plavix prednisone Prevacid Prilosec promethazine Propecia Protonix Provigil Prozac Pulmicort Rogaine Seroquel sertraline simvastatin Singulair Soma Spiriva Suboxone Synvisc Tamiflu tamoxifen Taxol testosterone thyroid Topamax tramadol trazodone Tylenol Ultram Valtrex Viagra Vicodin Vioxx Vytorin Wellbutrin Xanax Xenical Yasmin Yaz Zetia Zocor Zoloft Zyprexa Zyrtec SLO 2: Dispensing Medications
Students will demonstrate competency in dispensing medication with adherence to state regulations.
SLO 3: Standard Precautions
Students will demonstrate proficiency in standard precautions.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Pharmacy Technician (PSAV) (POS 5771)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: O 1: Meaning and Duties of a Pharmacy Technician
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the meaning and duties of a Pharmacy technician.
SLO 2: O 2: Medication Measurements and Calculating techniques
Students will demonstrate medication measurements and calculating techniques successfully.
SLO 3: O 3: Medical and Legal Considerations
Students will identify medical and legal considerations pertaining to the pharmacy technician practice.
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2011-2012 Physical Therapist Assistant (AS) (POS 222A)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Health Care Delivery
Student will demonstrate knowledge of the health care delivery system and health occupations.
SLO 2: Legal and Ethical responsibility
Student will demonstrate legal and ethical responsibilities.
SLO 3: Anatomy, Function and Dysfunction
Student will describe anatomical structure, function, and dysfunction of the human body as it relates to the practice of physical therapy.
SLO 4: Safety and Security
Student will recognize and practice safety and security procedures.
SLO 5: Scope of practice
Student will accurately define a PTA's scope of practice SLO 6: Infection control procedures
Student will recognize and practice infection control procedures SLO 7: Blood Borne Pathogens
Student will demonstrate knowledge of blood borne diseases, including AIDS.
SLO 8: Employability Skills
Students will demonstrate employability skills. Not assessed this term.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Police Service Aide (POS 5300)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Knowledge and Skills in Vehicle Operations
The student will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills in vehicle operations.
SLO 2: Knowledge of Signals and Dispostion Codes
The student will be able to demonstrate knowledge in the signals and dispostition codes. SLO 3: Written Report Evaluation
The student will be able to demonstrate knowledge and skills in report writing.in documenting a traffic crash investigation. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Practical Nursing (POS 5657)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Critical Thinking
Students will demonstrate improvement in critical thinking skills.
SLO 2: Oral and Written Communication
Students will demonstrate oral and written communication skills necessary to perform successfully in practical nursing.
SLO 3: Interpersonal skills
Students will demonstrate appropriate interpersonal skills necessary to perform successfully in practical nursing.
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2011-2012 Professional Pilot Technology (AS) (POS 2258) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Oral Communication (2010-11)
Demonstrate proficiency in oral communication using appropriate aviation terminology both in the classroom and in flight.
SLO 2: Written Communication (2011-12)
Students will demonstrate proficiency in aviation-related written communications including FAA flight plans, weather briefings, and aircraft discrepancy (maintenance) write-ups.
SLO 3: Technical Comprehension (2010-11)
Demonstrate the ability to read, comprehend, and apply information contained in technical reference material.
SLO 4: Weather Analysis (2011-12)
Students will demonstrate the ability to interpret weather data, and analyze changing and/or inclement weather patterns, to the extent necessary to develop primary and alternate flight plans in accordance with FAA regulations.
SLO 5: Emergency Procedures (2012-13)
Demonstrate the ability to evaluate an in-flight emergency condition and apply appropriate corrective measures.
SLO 6: Air Traffic Clearances (2011-12)
Students will demonstrate an understanding of, and the ability to follow, Air Traffic Control clearances pertaining to both visual (VFR) and instrument (IFR) flight rules, in accordance with FAA regulations.
SLO 7: Flight Procedures (2010-11)
Demonstrate the ability to apply proper procedures in the National Airspace System (NAS) SLO 8: Crew Resource Management (2012-13)
Demonstrate the concepts of Crew Resource Management SLO 9: Commercial Aviation Operations (2012-13)
Demonstrate an understanding of Commercial Flight Operations.
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2011-2012 Public Safety Management (BAS) (POS S400) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Policy
Students will demonstrate knowledge of public policy relevant to public safety agencies.
SLO 2: ICS, NIMS, NRP
Students will demonstrate knowledge of the National Incident Command System (ICS), the National Incident Management Systems (NIMS), and the National Response Plan (NRP) for all disasters.
SLO 3: Collaboration
Students will demonstrate the need and benefits of interagency collaboration among public safety agencies.
SLO 4: Grant Writing (not assessed this cycle)
Students will demonstrate the grant writing process within public safety.
SLO 5: Budgeting (not assessed this cycle)
Students will demonstrate the ability to effectively develop and manage public safety agency budgets.
SLO 6: Research (not assessed this cycle)
Students will demonstrate knowledge of the social science research processes used within public safety agencies.
SLO 7: Planning (not assessed this cycle)
Students will demonstrate the ability to develop and evaluate catastrophic plans.
SLO 8: Management (not assessed this cycle)
Students will demonstrate the knowledge of and ability to apply principles of public safety management.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Radiation Therapy (AS) (POS 2163)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Proper Treatment
Students will be able to properly position patients for the delivery of radiation therapy treatments SLO 2: Communication
Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in communicating with technologists and physicians using proper medical terms.
SLO 3: Treatment Planning
Students will demonstrate the understanding of the concepts of treatment delivery, radiation physics, simulation, and treatment planning.
SLO 4: Patient Safety
Students will be able to demonstrate patient safety and radiation protection.
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2011-2012 Radiography (Degree Completion) (AS) (POS 2254)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Protection Techniques
Demonstrate proper radiation protection techniques SLO 2: Radiographic procedures
Demonstrate the ability to properly produce a radiograph of diagnostic quality SLO 3: Patient Care Skills
Demonstrate ability to provide acceptable patient care skills SLO 4: Problem Solving
Demonstrate the ability to implement radiographic principles under adverse conditions SLO 5: Written Communication
Demonstrate an understanding ofmedical orders fromphysicians and other health care professionals Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Radiography (FSCJ Option) (AS) (POS 2154)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Protection Techniques
Demonstrate proper radiation protection techniques.
SLO 2: Radiographic Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to properly produce a radiograph of diagnostic quality.
SLO 3: Patient Care skills
Demonstrate ability to provide acceptable patient care skills SLO 4: Problem Solving
Demonstrate the ability to implement radiographic principles under adverse conditions SLO 5: Written Communication
Demonstrate an understanding ofmedical orders fromphysicians and other health care professionals Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Radiography (Mayo Clinic Option) (AAS) (POS A292)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Protection Techniques
Demonstrate proper radiation protection techniques SLO 2: Radiographic Procedures
Demonstrate the ability to properly produce a radiograph of diagnostic quality SLO 3: Patient Care Skills
Demonstrate ability to provide acceptable patient care skills SLO 4: Problem Solving
Demonstrate the ability to implement radiographic principles under adverse conditions SLO 5: Written Communications
Demonstrate an understanding ofmedical orders fromphysicians and other health care professionals Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Real Estate Appraiser Trainee (PSAV) (POS 5748)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: State Statutes, Rules and Regulations
Students will demonstrate an understanding of State statutes, rules and regulations as they apply to the Real Estate Appraiser Trainee. SLO 2: Basic Appraisal Principles
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Basic Appraisal Principles.
SLO 3: Basic Appraisal Procedures
Students will demonstrate an understanding of basic appraisal procedures.
SLO 4: Residential report writing
Students will demonstrate an understanding of residential report writing.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Real Estate Broker (PSAV) (POS 5731)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Valuing Real Property
The students will demonstrate an understanding of valuing real property. SLO 2: Real Estate Brokerage Business
Students will demonstrate an understanding of the Real Estate Brokerage business.
SLO 3: Listing and selling real property
Students will demonstrate an understanding of listing and selling real property.
SLO 4: Investment real estate and property management
The students will demonstrate an understanding of investment real estate and property management.
Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Real Estate Sales Agent (PSAV) (POS 5733) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Real Estate Financing
Students will demonstrate an understanding of basic real estate financing. Will assess 2011-2012 cycle.
SLO 2: Titles, Deeds and Ownership Restrictions
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Titles, Deeds and Ownership Restrictions. Will assess 2011-2012 cycle.
SLO 3: Property rights
Students will demonstrate an understanding of property rights.
SLO 4: Computations and Title Closing
Students will demonstrate an understanding of Computations and Title Closing. Not assessed this cycle.
SLO 5: Value of real property
Students will demonstrate an understanding on the process of estimating the value of real property. Not being assessed this cycle.
SLO 6: Investment analysis
Students will demonstrate an understanding of investment analysis in Real Estate. Not being assessed this cycle.
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2011-2012 Respiratory Care (AS) (POS 2244)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Written/Verbal Communication
Demonstrate proficiency in written/verbal communications with peers, clinicians, families and in public forums (Literacy, cognitive) SLO 2: Patient Assessment
Students will demonstrate problem-solving abilities by properly performing patient assessment SLO 3: "Mock" National Board Exam
Students will demonstrate proficiency on the Secure Written Registry Exam (SWRE) as offered by the National Board for Respiratory Care (NBRC). The exam objectively measures essential knowledge, skills and abilities required of advanced respiratory therapists and sets a uniform standard for measuring knowledge. This exam will yield a comphrehensive analysis of student strengths and weaknesses in specific, discrete cognitive areas of respiratory care. This report will be used to create an action plan for students. This exam is administered only after the student has demonstrated competency in all individual areas of the curriculum. This faculty-proctored, nationally administered exam is used as a summative assessment prior to student graduation from the program.
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2011-2012 Seaport Security Officer (PSAV) (POS 5110)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Competency in Written Communication Skills
The student will demonstrate competency in effective written communication skills necessary to provide required security reports.
SLO 2: Competency in Seaport Facility Access Control
The student will demonstrate competency in utilizing correct procedures for monitoring and controling access to a Seaport facility.
SLO 3: Competency in Identifying Potential Threats, Terrorism and Weapons
of Mass Destruction

The student will demonstrate competency in identifying potential threats, terroism targets, and various types of weapons of mass destruction, the damage they cause and their appearance. Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Sign Language Interpretation (AS) (POS 221A)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Written English for success in the field of interpreting (2011-2012)
Demonstrate proficiency in written English communication as needed for success in the field of sign language interpreting.
Relevant Associations: *Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (FRID) *Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) *Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE SLO 2: Spoken English for voiced interpretation (Assessed 2011-2012)
Demonstrate competency in spoken English as necessary for an effective voiced interpretation of a signed message.
Relevant Associations: *Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (FRID) *Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) *Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE) SLO 3: ASL for signed interpretation (Assessed 2011-2012)
Demonstrate competency in American Sign Language as necessary for an effective signed interpretation of a voiced message.
Relevant Associations: *Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (FRID) *Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) *Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE) SLO 4: Critical thinking for an interpreting assignment (2011-2012)
Demonstrate critical thinking as necessary to prepare for and manage an interpreting assignment.
Relevant Associations: *Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (FRID) *Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) *Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE) SLO 5: Cultures of American Deaf and Hearing communities (2011-2012)
Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the cultures, values, beliefs, etc, of the American Deaf and Hearing communities.
Relevant Associations: *Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (FRID) *Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) *Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE) SLO 6: Content knowledge related to field of interpreting (2011-2012)
Demonstrate understanding and application of the content knowledge related to the field of sign language interpreting.
Relevant Associations: *Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (FRID) *Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) *Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE) SLO 7: Proficiency in message transfer (Assessed 2011-2012)
Demonstrate proficiency in message transfer in interpreting and transliterating modes.
Relevant Associations: *Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (FRID) *Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) *Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE) SLO 8: Entry-level interpreting/transliterating skills (Assessed 2011-2012)
Demonstrate entry-level interpreting/transliterating skills for employment in the local job market.
Relevant Associations: *Florida Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (FRID) *Registry of Interpreters for the Deaf (RID) *Commission on Collegiate Interpreter Education (CCIE) Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 SLS1103/SLS0005

Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Understand the roles of specific academic and student success
resources

Students in SLS1103/SLS0005 will be able to identify and distinguish essential departments and personnel that in place to address various student needs and issues at the college. The specific resources to be addressed in this outcome are the roles of academic advisors, financial aid advisors, faculty, administrators, security and the helpdesk. (Both SLS1103 and SLS0005 emphasize the importance of students becoming aware of college resources; being able to not only identify these resources, but understanding of the role of advisors and counselors is a critical part of this awareness.) SLO 2: Foundational Knowledge of Information Literacy
Students in SLS1103/SLS0005 will be able to recognize what is meant by information literacy and identify, in order, the elements of information literacy as identified by the the Association of College and Research Libraries. (Both SLS1103 and SLS0005 emphasize the need for students to have in introduction to information literacy; an understanding of the four-step process of information literacy is fundamental to this introduction.) Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Social and Behavioral Sciences Discipline (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Critical thinking in field to be measured 2011-2012
Students will demonstrate the ability to think critically about a specific topic in the Behavioral and Social Sciences. Each field within the discipline will choose its own field specific topic. SLO 2: Global Social Issue to be measured 2011-2012
Students will demonstrate an understanding of a current field specific global social issue.
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2011-2012 Supervision and Management (BAS) (POS S100) (DE, L)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communicate clearly and effectively (2010-11 & 2011-12)
Students will be able to demonstrate proficiency in communicating ideas effectively using oral, written, and visual modes. SLO 2: Use logic, reasoning, and problem solving (2011-12)
Use logic, reasoning, and problem solving to make informed judgment. SLO 3: Ethical implications of an issue (2011-12)
Recognize, analyze, evaluate, and assess ethical implications of an issue and take a position. SLO 4: Have knowledge of business and management principles and
practices (2012-13)

Have knowledge of business and management principles and practices involved in planning and resource allocation.
SLO 5: Work in and lead teams (2012-13)
Understand and demonstrate the ability to work in and lead teams.
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2011-2012 Supply Chain Management (AS) (POS 2127) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communication Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in oral and written communications.
Relevant Associations: AST&L SLO 2: Critical Thinking Skills
Students will demonstrate problem solving abilities and critical thinking skills needed to perform successfully in a logistics working environment.
Relevant Associations: AST&L SLO 3: Computer Technology Skills
Students will demonstrate computer technology skills that are required for efficient operation in a warehouse, distribution center or other logistics business environment.
Relevant Associations: AST&L SLO 4: Transportation Analysis Skills
Students will demonstrate the ability to analyze the cost impact and modal decisions required in a transportation model. (Not being assessed this cycle)Relevant Associations: AST&L SLO 5: Quantitative Skills
Students will demonstrate proficiency in quantitative skills needed to prepare and analyze inventory reports. (Not being assessed this cycle)Relevant Associations: AST&L SLO 6: Supervisory Skills
Students will demonstrate the ability to identify and apply supervision techniques. (Not being assessed this cycle)Relevant Associations: AST&L Florida State College at Jacksonville
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2011-2012 Surgical Technology (POS 5667)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Sterile Technique
Students will demonstrate knowledge and competence in applying sterile technique to a surgical procedure set up.
SLO 2: Sterile Technique Concepts
Students will demonstrate and/or explain the proper methods to sterile technique and correct breaks in sterile technique and provide rationale for the actions they apply.
SLO 3: Operating Room Fire Safety
Students will demonstrate their comprehension of fire safety in the Operating Room environment identifying fire hazards in the O. R. and state the correct actions to take in the event of a fire.
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2011-2012 Theatre and Entertainment Technology (AS) (POS 221B) (DE)
Student Learning Outcomes/Objectives
SLO 1: Communication
Students will communicate effectively with coworkers, outside professionals and laymen with equal dexterity, utilizing proper industry terminology, in a manner demonstrating a clear understanding of the technology and the profession.
SLO 2: Written reports and forms
Students will be able to prepare proper written reports (including but not limited to stage management rehearsal reports, performance logs, properties tracking reports), forms (Instrument Schedules, Channel Hook-up, Props acquisition, etc.), equipment orders and other documentation such as technical riders and specifications related to the profession.
SLO 3: Research (2012-2013)
Students will demonstrate proficiency in the ability to conduct research using the internet, and other reference materials such as trade journals and historical resources, and to assimilate the material into concise written, oral or audio/visual presentations. SLO 4: Scenic Construction Process
Students shall determine the proper materials, methods and sequence of scenery construction to the proper specifications when presented with a set of Scenic Design Drawings.
SLO 5: Install Stage Lighting according to a Lighting Design
Students shall be able to hang, circuit, patch, trouble-shoot and focus stage lighting to the specifications of a Lighting Design.
SLO 6: Problem solving on Production (2012-2013)
Students will demonstrate the ability to react and respond quickly to resolve problems or implement any repairs to scenery, properties, costumes, rigging, lighting, sound or AV equipment that might arise during a live performance.
SLO 7: Team Collaboration
Students will function as part of a technical team in planning, implementing and running the technical aspects of theatrical entertainment productions.
SLO 8: Performance Crew
Students will perform the duties of a stage-hand to install and crew a live performance. SLO 9: Operate Sound, Lighting and AV Equipment for Production
Students will install and operate Sound, Lighting, and AV/Multimedia equipment for a theatrical production.
SLO 10: Safe Operation of Theatre and Shop Equipment (2012-2013)
Students will understand, operate and maintain theatre and shop equipment in a proper and safe manner.

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