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Learning Goals and Outcomes

 Indiana State University Graduate Student Learning Goals and Outcomes

MA in Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics

 

 A. Student Learning Outcome Goals

 

 

 

 

 

 B. ISU Mission and Values

 

 

 C. Curriculum experiences that facilitate student learning outcomes

 

 

 D. Methods that demonstrate student learning

 

  1. Students demonstrate professional communication proficiencies.

 

 

 High standards

 

LLL 600

LLL 607

 

Papers and presentations, research proposal

Comprehensive Exam

 

  1.  Students engage in and meaningfully contribute to diverse and complex communities and professional environments.

 

 

 Diversity

Personal growth

Integrity

Stewardship

 

LLL 600

 

LING 613/LING 619 (for TA's)

Students participate in departmental colloquia, interacting with faculty, guest speakers, and one another. Students attend at least one professional conference off campus.

Students volunteer as language tutors.

 

  1. recognize and act on professional and ethical challenges that arise in their field or discipline.

 

 

 Well rounded education

Integrity

Personal growth

Stewardship

Responsibility

 

LLL 607

LING 792/LING 619 (for TA's)

Students complete IRB training.

Students demonstrate proper citation practices through papers in all classes.

All students participate in Mentoring Groups.

 

  1. Master the knowledge required in their discipline or profession.

 

 

 High standards

 

LLL, LING  and SPAN graduate coursework (32 hours)

 

 

Student papers, projects, and exams.  Culminating Content Exam.

 

  1. Master  the skills (including using appropriate tools) required in their discipline or profession.

 

 

 High standards

 

LLL and LING and SPAN graduate coursework (32 hours).

 

Tutoring and teaching experiences, projects, and group projects. Culminating Essay and Presentation Exams.