2014-2015

Indicators of Achievement


Student Learning Outcomes for Rhetoric and Media Studies Courses

  1. Students demonstrate the ability to read, process and employ theory appropriately (as measured by rhetorical analysis rubric)
  2. Students can identify and critique the role of symbols in communication (as measured by rhetorical analysis rubric)
  3. Students demonstrate the ability to analyze the influence of mediation on rhetoric (as measured by final paper analysis rubric in CCM 220W: Analysis of Public Discourse)
  4. Students demonstrate the ability to consider ethical issues within disciplinary concerns (as measured by comprehensive exams in ethics)
  5. Students demonstrate the ability to make appropriate critical analysis choices based on the form of communication (as measured by rhetorical analysis rubric)
  6. Students present clear arguments in writing and speaking, including the ability to use sound mechanics in writing

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