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Curriculum Map
2015-2016
Courses to Program-Level SLOs

The Aviation Flight Technology curriculum prepares students to achieve the expected program-level student learning outcomes identified by the degree program. The following table demonstrates how learning activities in specific courses map to these learning outcomes.
  1. List Program-Level Student Learning Outcomes (as they appear in the current college catalog):
    1. Demonstrate the knowledge and skills required to obtain the private and commercial certificates and instrument rating, including aeronautical technical skills and decision-making, while demonstrating safety as their primary focus
    2. Analyze the effects of social, political, and economic world events on air transportation and how this may impact the aviation industry and careers in aviation
    3. Describe the events in the development of aviation to the present day and evaluate the impact of these events on today’s society
    4. Demonstrate effective and correct written and verbal communication
    5. Research and present information pertinent to their aviation discipline individually and in teams
    6. Demonstrate an awareness of the ethical and professional issues associated with the aviation industry, including the importance of becoming a life-long learner in the aviation world
  2. Include as “Required Courses” (Column 1) all courses in the discipline and those Gen Ed courses that align with program-level SLOs. (Add rows as necessary).
  3. In the columns labeled PLO 1, PLO2, etc. cut and paste each program-level learning outcome from the list (#1 above).
  4. Use the following key to indicate whether the program-level SLO is introduced, reinforced, or mastered and whether the
    program-level SLO is assessed in the course:
     
         I = Introduced
         R = Reinforced/Opportunity to practice
         M = Mastery at exit level
         A = Assessment evidence collected

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