Assessment & Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes - Health Promotion Programs

 

STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES - HEALTH PROMOTION PROGRAMS

B.S. Health Sciences- Premed

B.S. Health Sciences - Nutrition

B.S. Health Care Management

B.S. Public & Community Health


Content Knowledge: The Health Promotion and Physical Education graduate demonstrates a rich and thorough understanding of content and skill knowledge, theories, and issues that comprise their discipline.

Planning and Instruction/Implementation: The  Health Promotion and Physical Education graduate plans and implements effective strategies to ensure healthy clients, healthy organizations, and a healthy population.

Positive Learning Environment: The Health Promotion and Physical Education graduate creates safe, healthy, dynamic, and motivational working environments that encourage every worker, client, or community member to become actively involved, and to collaborate.

Diversity: The Health Promotion and Physical Education graduate demonstrates and celebrates the unique nature, abilities, cultures, and characteristics of all people. 

Technology: The Health Promotion and Physical Education graduate effectively utilizes technology to enhance the effectiveness of strategies for clients, organizations, and the community. 

Assessment: The Health Promotion and Physical Education graduate develops and utilizes a variety of assessment tools and techniques designed to evaluate client needs, organizational performance, and community needs. 

Collaboration and Outreach: The Health Promotion and Physical Education graduate fosters positive relationships and collaborates with a variety of target groups (e.g. students, colleagues, families, local community members, etc.) in order to promote and enhance the health of a community. 


Professional Development: The Health Promotion and Physical Education graduate continually seeks to expand knowledge and improve effectiveness as a professional, to make positive professional contributions, and to exhibit the professional disposition.  Graduates do this through reflection and self-evaluation.

 

 

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