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Goals and Student Outcomes: History

Department Goals and Objectives

Goals are broad statements that describe what the program wants to accomplish

  1. Student will study interpretive debates in historical scholarship.
  2. Student will learn methodological approaches in historical scholarship.
  3. Student will develop competence in specific theme or field.
  4. Student will learn to provide evidences that are clear and use well-organized writing.

Student Learning Outcomes

Outcomes describe specific knowledge, abilities, values, and attitudes students should demonstrate

  • SLO1: Students will demonstrate understanding of interpretive debates in historical scholarship.
  • SLO2: Students will demonstrate understanding in methodological approaches in historical scholarship.
  • SLO3: Students will demonstrate competence in specific theme or field.
  • SLO4: Student will show evidence that is clear and demonstrate well-organized writing.
  • SLO5: Student will formulate an individual argument based on close reading and analysis of primary and secondary sources.