Student Learning Outcomes

What are Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)?

 

Student Learning Outcomes are measureable and verifiable knowledge, skills, abilities, and/or attitudes that students have at the completion of a course, program or service.

SLOs are recognized as an integral component of modern education at the course, program and institutional level and are a requirement for institutional accreditation. As a “learner-centered institution” Mendocino College is committed to ensuring that students successfully achieve learning outcomes. Mendocino College assesses and revisits SLOs at all levels on a regular basis, and uses SLO assessment results as a key part of its institutional decision-making process.

 

PLEASE NOTE THAT MENDOCINO COLLEGE IS TRANSITIONING TO A NEW CURRICULUM MANAGEMENT PROGRAM AND SOME OF THE LINKS MAY BE BROKEN UNTIL THE SYSTEM IS FULLY IMPLEMENTED. IF YOU ENCOUNTER BROKEN LINKS FOR COURSE OR PROGRAM SLOs, PLEASE REFER TO THE COLLEGE CATALOG FOR THAT INFORMATION. 


Institution Level Student Learning Outcomes (ISLOs)


Program Level Student Learning Outcomes (PSLOs)


Course Level Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs): 

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