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Status Report for the Adoption and Implementation
of Missouri's General Education Credit Transfer Policy

   

General Education Reporting Matrix -- Valuing

 State-Level Goals
Skill Areas

Institutional Competencies

Courses

Non-Course
Experiences

Associated
Assessments

To develop students' abilities to understand moral and ethical values of a diverse society and to understand that many courses of action are guided by value judgements about the way things ought to be. Students should be able to make informed decisions through identifying personal values of others and through understanding how such values develop. They should be able to analyze the ethical implications of choices made on the basis of these values.

Students will demonstrate the ability to...

comprehend the value of an educated society.




understand the value of making responsible decisions.





appreciate the diversity of society.





analyze the implications of choices based upon ethical behavior.




appreciate the aesthetic and interpretive values of the arts.




American National Government
American State and Local Government


General Sociology
General Psychology
Introduction to Humanities
Introduction to Literature

Ethnicity and Cultural Differences
Multi-cultural Literature
All Modern Foreign Language courses

Introduction to Ethics
Introduction to Philosophy


All humanities courses




Activities sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa, the Student Government Association, the Choral and Vocal Music Department, and The Little Theatre Guild, and the Arts Council

Activities sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa, the Student Government Association, the Choral and Vocal Music Department, and The Little Theatre Guild, and the Arts Council


Activities sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa, the Student Government Association, the Choral and Vocal Music Department, and The Little Theatre Guild, and the Arts Council

Activities sponsored by Phi Theta Kappa, the Student Government Association, the Choral and Vocal Music Department, and The Little Theatre Guild, and the Arts Council

Musical and theatrical performances, art exhibitions, guest lecturers, ect.

1. All courses use a multiple-measures pedagogy that includes both formative and summative evaluation.

2. Each semester, periodic department-level meetings review courses and student performance.

3. A faculty General Education Committee reviews the program annually.

4. Classroom, opinion surveys and performances.