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Area D: Social and Behavioral Sciences

Upon completion of this coursework, a student will be able to:

  1. exhibit an understanding of the method of inquiry used by the social and behavioral sciences.
  2. critically evaluate the ways people act and have acted in response to their societies.
  3. demonstrate an understanding that actions, thinking, and feeling are culturally conditioned.
  4. compare how societies and social subgroups operate.
Course NumberLead FacultyMapping Details
AFAM 50/51Tarikhu Farrar
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this time period (1900-present).
4. Students will be able to analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 2
Mostly aligned
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic context.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this time period (1900-present).
4. Students will be able to analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 3
Mostly aligned
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic context.
4. Students will be able to analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this time period (1900-present).
4. Students will be able to analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
AFAM 60Dr. Johnetta Richards
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
2. Explain, describe and analyze the various myths about Black women.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
2. Explain, describe, and analyze various myths about Black women.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
2. Explain, describe, and analyze the various myths about Black women.
3. Identify and and summarize the accomplishments of African American women in the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
2. Explain, describe, and analyze various myths about Black women.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.

Area E: Humanities

Upon completion of this coursework, a student will be able to:

  1. exhibit an understanding of the ways in which people through the ages in various cultures have created art.
  2. demonstrate an aesthetic understanding.
  3. make informed value judgments.
  4. create an example of linguistic expression or philosophical reasoning.
  5. contribute to the disciplines of fine and performing arts and analytical or creative writing.
Course NumberLead FacultyMapping Details
AFAM 50/51Tarikhu Farrar
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this time period (1900-present).
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 2
Mostly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this period (1900-present)
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 4
Mostly aligned
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans in general to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
AFAM 50Tarikhu Farrar
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black Cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 2
Mostly aligned
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this time period (1900-present).
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 4
Mostly aligned
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this time period (1900-present).
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this time period (1900-present).
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.

Area F: US History and Government

Upon completion of this coursework, a student will be able to:

  1. examine, summarize, and evaluate American history.
  2. examine, summarize, and evaluate American government.
  3. examine and understand the importance of participating in civic duties and responsibilities based on historical and political precedent.
Course NumberLead FacultyMapping Details
AFAM 60Dr. Johnetta Richards
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
2. Explain, describe, and analyze various myths about Black women.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.
Outcome 2
Mostly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
Outcome 3
Mostly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.

4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in Being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and stated the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.

Area H: Ethnic, Women's, and LGBT Studies

Upon completion of this coursework, a student will be able to:

  1. identify and compare the historical and cultural/aesthetic experiences of women, different ethnic/racial minority groups, lesbians, gays, bisexual, and transgendered persons.
  2. identify and compare personal value systems and/or styles of creative expression to those of other ethnic/racial groups, women, lesbians, gays, bisexual, and transgendered persons.
  3. recognize the diversity of attitudes and values which are projected in verbal and nonverbal behavior, and the dynamics of interpersonal interactions from others’ perspectives.
  4. identify ethnic/racial, gender, and lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender stereotypes.
  5. demonstrate socio-cultural participation skills, decision-making abilities, and political awareness in order to be effective citizens in a diverse world.
Course NumberLead FacultyMapping Details
AFAM 50Tarikhu Farrar
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media produced by African Americans during this time period (1900-present).
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media.
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media.
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media.
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
1. Students will be able to identify and assess the contribution of African Americans to the production and distribution of media in general.
2. Students will be able to describe and interpret the status of African Americans in cinematic terms.
3. Students will be able to describe and review the political, social, and economic factors that influenced the production and nature of media.
4. Students will be able to describe and analyze several different theories on Black cinema.
5. Students will be able to describe the African American experience in the context of international cinema.
AFAM 60Dr. Johnetta Richards
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
2. Explain, describe, and analyze various myths about Black women.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
2. Explain, describe, and analyze various myths about Black women.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural difference. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically the these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.
Outcome 3
Mostly aligned
2. Explain, describe, and analyze various myths about Black women.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
1. Discuss the socialization of Black women from 1619 to the present.
2. Explain, describe, and analyze various myths about Black women.
3. Identify and summarize the accomplishments of African American women during the period between the beginning of World War I and the end of World War II.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.
Outcome 5
Mostly aligned
2. Explain, describe, and analyze various myths about Black women.
4. Assess the major issues facing African American women within their own communities and the larger American society.
5. Examine the unique ways African American women have succeeded despite an array of obstacles.
6. Analyze the effects of Eurocentric values on African American women.
7. Demonstrate an understanding/acceptance of cultural differences. Identify some of the problems and challenges inherent in being Black and female in traditional American society.
8. Analyze traditional sociological, political, religious, and psychological biases of identified scholars and document how Black women have reacted specifically to these theories and interpretations.
9. Explain and state the differences between feminist, womanist, and sexist ideology.
10. Describe, diagram, and analyze the purpose of oppression, racism, and patriarchy.
11. Describe, diagram, and review the purpose of various myths about Black women.

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