Student Learning Outcome

Graduate Students Learning Outcome

Program Completion Data (as of 7/5/16)

Academic Year

completed in expected time frame

completed later than expected

not completed

% Completing

2015-2016

32

8

0

100%

2014-2015

35

3

0

100%

2013-2014

34

3

0

100%

3-Year Average

100%


Praxis Data (as of 7/5/16)

Academic Year

# students took exam

# students passed

Pass Rate

2015-2016

23

23

100%

2014-2015

38

36

95%

2013-2014

37

35

96%

3-Year Average

96%


Employment Data (as of 7/5/16)

Academic Year

Employment Rate in Profession

Sought Employment

Number Employed (%)

2015-2016

18

17 (94%)

2014-2015

38

38 (100%)

2013-2014

37

36 (97%)

3-Year Average

98%


Undergraduate Student Learning Outcome

CDS Undergraduate Student Learning Outcomes Students who complete the BA degree program should demonstrate:

  • Oral and written communication skills;
  • A knowledge base in normal communication and disorders across life span;
  • Effective problem solving and critical thinking;
  • Knowledge of basic human communication processes, including their biological, neurological, acoustic, psychological, developmental, linguistic and cultural bases;
  • Beginning level of assessment skills for individuals with communication disorders;
  • Beginning level research skills in communication disorders and sciences;
  • An understanding of the changing models of service delivery and their effects on speech-language/audiology therapy management;
  • A beginning understanding of the theoretical bases of speech-language and hearing therapy and models of practice;
  • Professional behavior based on the ethics and standards of the speechlanguage pathology and audiology professions; and
  • Flexible service delivery (at the beginning level) in a diverse, multicultural society.