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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
ASAM 8Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Analyze and describe from a sociological viewpoint
Filipino American community issues and problems.
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Compare and identify from a sociological viewpoint
different Filipino American Community agencies, organizations and
resources.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Analyze and describe participation in the Filipino
American community and community related activities.
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Review and illustrate the motivation of actively
participating in issues affecting Filipino American community
organizations.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Distinguish and relate how issues and problems of the
Filipino American community are not uniquely Filipino, but cross
cultural in scope.
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Identify issues, formulate positions on and interpret
the significance of topics affecting the Filipino American
community, including immigration patterns, economic
opportunities, political situations, cultural traditions and
social conditions.
ASAM 22Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Construct a working knowledge of the Asian Pacific American community, identity,
organization, history, needs, and contemporary concerns.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Analyze methods of effective civic participation ofthe APA community.
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Describe important attributes of effective Asian American community leaders.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Construct a working knowledge of the Asian Pacific American community, identity,
organization, history, needs, and contemporary concerns.
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Interpret key public policies and how these policies impact today's Asian Pacific
American Community.
ASAM 27Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to define what race relations encompass, including
theories of race and interaction between ethnic groups, the
impact of social, economic and class structures; and legal
precedent;
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to summarize theories of racial inequities and race
relations in the United States.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe current group interactions and race relations
in the United States between Asian Americans and other ethnic
groups including European Americans, African Americans,
Chicano/Latinos and Native Americans;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze factors affecting race relations such as class, social norms, geography and population, historical events,
economic status, and other influences including education and
mass media;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify issues, frame positions, and write essays
about racial incidents that involve Asian Americans;
ASAM 35Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify issues and write essays about Asian American women's
lives, which have been affected by immigration, work, family,
identity and community issues, using methodology and sources
of the behavioral sciences and the humanities.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze the variety of images and the diverse social,
cultural, political, and economic conditions of Asian American
women;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe the events, forces and movements which have
affected the experience of Asian women in America.
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to summarize the similarities and differences between the experience of Chinese American, Japanese American, Filipina American, Korean American women and Southeast Asian American women.
ASAM 40Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
to identify and write essays about key sociological
issues in the Chinese Asian American community.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
to describe the experience of the Chinese American
community from the past to the present, including social,
economic and cultural changes over time.
Outcome 3
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
to discuss Chinese contributions to the development of
the multiethnic and pluralistic society in America.
Outcome 4
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
to identify and write essays about key sociological
issues in the Chinese Asian American community.
ASAM 42Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned

When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze, frame positions and write essays about topics affecting Southeast Asian groups, including economic opportunities, cultural traditions, social conditions, political situations, refugee issues and immigration patterns from a sociological viewpoint;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe verbally and in writing the diversity of the
Southeast Asian community in the United States;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze, frame positions and write essays about topics affecting Southeast Asian groups, including economic opportunities, cultural traditions, social conditions, political situations, refugee issues and immigration patterns from a sociological viewpoint;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe verbally and in writing the diversity of the
Southeast Asian community in the United States;
ASAM 62-63Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to: describe the history and function of at least one
community based organization which serves the Asian American
community, or immigrant communities from china, Japan, Korea,
Southeast Asia, the Philippines, Pacific Islands, and India;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to: describe the history and function of at least one
community based organization which serves the Asian American
community, or immigrant communities from china, Japan, Korea,
Southeast Asia, the Philippines, Pacific Islands, and India;
Outcome 3
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to: identify issues, frame positions and write reports
about topics affecting Asian American groups, including
immigration patterns, economic opportunities, political
situations, cultural traditions, or social conditions;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to: analyze the similarities and differences between
individual Asian American communities;

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
ASAM 6Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically engage Asian American writings and analyze form and content as
well as its social and historical contexts;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically assess the ways Asian Americans create, maintain, and recreate ties with the homeland as well as the intricate nature of migration and settlement and the ambiguities of belonging and longing.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically assess the ways Asian Americans create, maintain, and recreate ties with the homeland as well as the intricate nature of migration and settlement and the ambiguities of belonging and longing.
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically engage Asian American writings and analyze form and content as
well as its social and historical contexts;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to identify long term and emergent issues of the Asian American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to compare and contrast the experiences of different Asian American groups;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to evaluate the significance of race, gender, class, and sexuality to the Asian
American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to assess the ways Asian Americans have been racialized as economic threats to
white labor and as sexual threats to white racial purity;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to delineate the ways war and memories of war are implicated in the Asian
American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to. evaluate the shifting meanings of Asian American masculinities and femininities;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to delineate sources of tensions and conflicts within Asian American families particularly along the lines of gender and generation;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the term "Asian American" and its shifting boundaries as well as points
of contention among the different Asian American groups;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to identify long term and emergent issues of the Asian American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to compare and contrast the experiences of different Asian American groups;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to evaluate the significance of race, gender, class, and sexuality to the Asian
American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to assess the ways Asian Americans have been racialized as economic threats to
white labor and as sexual threats to white racial purity;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to delineate the ways war and memories of war are implicated in the Asian
American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to. evaluate the shifting meanings of Asian American masculinities and femininities;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to delineate sources of tensions and conflicts within Asian American families particularly along the lines of gender and generation;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the term "Asian American" and its shifting boundaries as well as points
of contention among the different Asian American groups;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically engage Asian American writings and analyze form and content as well as its social and historical contexts;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the term "Asian American" and its shifting boundaries as well as points
of contention among the different Asian American groups;
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically engage Asian American writings and analyze form and content as well as its social and historical contexts;
ASAM 10Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the different ways Asian Americans have turned to culture to express identity and experience;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to demonstrate a nuanced understanding of Asian American cultural life;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to assess the significance of culture as a site of political critique and intervention
given the historical exclusion of Asian Americans from the realm of formal
politics;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to assess the significance of culture to Asian American working class men as a site for
reclaiming their bodies and creating collective memories;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the ways Asian American women deal with the burden of upholding
the reputation of the family and the purity of cultural traditions;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to evaluate how cultural productions serve as a generational marker for Asian American youth;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to evaluate the ways culture serves as an important realm of cross-cultural interaction between Asian American youth and other groups of youth;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to delineate the different ways Asian Americans forge and redefine their relationships with the homeland through their cultural practices.
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to assess the significance of culture as a site of political critique and intervention given the historical exclusion of Asian Americans from the realm of formal politics;
ASAM 20Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to summarize the diverse histories of the Chinese
American, Japanese American, Filipino American, Korean American
and Indian American communities;
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify issues, frame positions and write essays
about topics affecting Asian American groups, including
immigration patterns, economic opportunities, political
situations, cultural traditions and social conditions;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze the similarities and differences between
individual Asian American communities;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify issues, frame positions and write essays
about topics affecting Asian American groups, including
immigration patterns, economic opportunities, political
situations, cultural traditions and social conditions;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe the history of United States government
policies which impacted immigrant communities from China, Japan,
Korea, the Philippines, and India;
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify issues, frame positions and write essays
about topics affecting Asian American groups, including
immigration patterns, economic opportunities, political
situations, cultural traditions and social conditions;
ASAM 30Fa
Outcome 1
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify and write essays about key contemporary and
historical issues in the Asian American experience from 1820
until the present.
Outcome 2
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe events, forces and policies which have
affected the experience of Asian Americans.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe events, forces and policies which have
affected the experience of Asian Americans..
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify and write essays about key contemporary and
historical issues in the Asian American experience from 1820
until the present.
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify and write essays about key contemporary and
historical issues in the Asian American experience from 1820
until the present.

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
ASAM 20Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe the history of United States government
policies which impacted immigrant communities from China, Japan,
Korea, the Philippines, and India;
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to summarize the diverse histories of the Chinese
American, Japanese American, Filipino American, Korean American
and Indian American communities;
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze the similarities and differences between
individual Asian American communities;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe the history of United States government
policies which impacted immigrant communities from China, Japan,
Korea, the Philippines, and India;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify issues, frame positions and write essays
about topics affecting Asian American groups, including
immigration patterns, economic opportunities, political
situations, cultural traditions and social conditions;

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
ASAM 6Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to identify long term and emergent issues of the Asian American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to compare and contrast the experiences of different Asian American groups;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically engage Asian American writings and analyze form and content as well as its social and historical contexts;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to delineate the ways war and memories of war are implicated in the Asian American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to. evaluate the shifting meanings of Asian American masculinities and femininities;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to delineate sources of tensions and conflicts within Asian American families particularly along the lines of gender and generation;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically assess the ways Asian Americans create, maintain, and recreate ties with the homeland as well as the intricate nature of migration and settlement and the ambiguities of belonging and longing.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to evaluate the significance of race, gender, class, and sexuality to the Asian American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the term "Asian American" and its shifting boundaries as well as points of contention among the different Asian American groups;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to compare and contrast the experiences of different Asian American groups;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to assess the ways Asian Americans have been racialized as economic threats to white labor and as sexual threats to white racial purity;
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to identify long term and emergent issues of the Asian American experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to critically engage Asian American writings and analyze form and content as well as its social and historical contexts;
ASAM 8Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Analyze and describe from a sociological viewpoint
Filipino American community issues and problems.
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Compare and identify from a sociological viewpoint
different Filipino American Community agencies, organizations and
resources.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Analyze and describe participation in the Filipino
American community and community related activities.
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Review and illustrate the motivation of actively
participating in issues affecting Filipino American community
organizations.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Distinguish and relate how issues and problems of the
Filipino American community are not uniquely Filipino, but cross
cultural in scope.
Outcome 4
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Identify issues, formulate positions on and interpret
the significance of topics affecting the Filipino American
community, including immigration patterns, economic
opportunities, political situations, cultural traditions and
social conditions.
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
Identify issues, formulate positions on and interpret
the significance of topics affecting the Filipino American
community, including immigration patterns, economic
opportunities, political situations, cultural traditions and
social conditions.
ASAM 10Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to assess the significance of culture as a site of political critique and intervention
given the historical exclusion of Asian Americans from the realm of formal
politics;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to assess the significance of culture to Asian American working class men as a site for
reclaiming their bodies and creating collective memories;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the ways Asian American women deal with the burden of upholding
the reputation of the family and the purity of cultural traditions;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the different ways Asian Americans have turned to culture to express identity and experience;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to evaluate how cultural productions serve as a generational marker for Asian American youth;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to evaluate the ways culture serves as an important realm of cross-cultural
interaction between Asian American youth and other groups of youth;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to delineate the different ways Asian Americans forge and redefine their relationships with the homeland through their cultural practices.
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to assess the significance of culture to Asian American working class men as a site for reclaiming their bodies and creating collective memories;
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to analyze the ways Asian American women deal with the burden of upholding the reputation of the family and the purity of cultural traditions;
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to demonstrate a nuanced understanding of Asian American cultural life;
ASAM 20Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to summarize the diverse histories of the Chinese
American, Japanese American, Filipino American, Korean American
and Indian American communities;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze the similarities and differences between
individual Asian American communities;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe the history of United States government
policies which impacted immigrant communities from China, Japan,
Korea, the Philippines, and India;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe the history of United States government
policies which impacted immigrant communities from China, Japan,
Korea, the Philippines, and India;
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify issues, frame positions and write essays
about topics affecting Asian American groups, including
immigration patterns, economic opportunities, political
situations, cultural traditions and social conditions;
ASAM 22Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Construct a working knowledge of the Asian Pacific American community, identity,
organization, history, needs, and contemporary concerns.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Analyze methods of effective civic participation ofthe APA community.
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Describe important attributes of effective Asian American community leaders.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Analyze methods of effective civic participation ofthe APA community.
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Describe important attributes of effective Asian American community leaders.
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Construct a working knowledge of the Asian Pacific American community, identity,
organization, history, needs, and contemporary concerns.
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
Upon completion of this course a student will be able to: Interpret key public policies and how these policies impact today's Asian Pacific
American Community.
ASAM 27Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to define what race relations encompass, including
theories of race and interaction between ethnic groups, the
impact of social, economic and class structures; and legal
precedent;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify issues, frame positions, and write essays
about racial incidents that involve Asian Americans;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe current group interactions and race relations
in the United States between Asian Americans and other ethnic
groups including European Americans, African Americans,
Chicano/Latinos and Native Americans;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to summarize theories of racial inequities and race
relations in the United States.
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze factors affecting race relations such as class, social norms, geography and population, historical events,
economic status, and other influences including education and
mass media;
ASAM 30Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned

When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify and write essays about key contemporary and
historical issues in the Asian American experience from 1820
until the present.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe events, forces and policies which have
affected the experience of Asian Americans.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe events, forces and policies which have
affected the experience of Asian Americans.
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe events, forces and policies which have
affected the experience of Asian Americans.
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned

When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify and write essays about key contemporary and
historical issues in the Asian American experience from 1820
until the present.
ASAM 35Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to summarize the similarities and differences between the experience of Chinese American, Japanese American, Filipina American, Korean American women and Southeast Asian American women.
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe the events, forces and movements which have
affected the experience of Asian women in America.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze the variety of images and the diverse social,
cultural, political, and economic conditions of Asian American
women;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze the variety of images and the diverse social,
cultural, political, and economic conditions of Asian American
women;
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to identify issues and write essays about Asian American women's
lives, which have been affected by immigration, work, family,
identity and community issues, using methodology and sources
of the behavioral sciences and the humanities.
ASAM 40Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
to describe the experience of the Chinese American
community from the past to the present, including social,
economic and cultural changes over time.
Outcome 2
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
to discuss Chinese contributions to the development of
the multiethnic and pluralistic society in America.
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
to identify and write essays about key sociological
issues in the Chinese Asian American community.
Outcome 4
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
to describe the experience of the Chinese American
community from the past to the present, including social,
economic and cultural changes over time.
Outcome 5
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to:
to discuss Chinese contributions to the development of
the multiethnic and pluralistic society in America.
ASAM 42Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze, frame positions and write essays about topics affecting Southeast Asian groups, including economic opportunities, cultural traditions, social conditions, political situations, refugee issues and immigration patterns from a sociological viewpoint;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe verbally and in writing the diversity of the
Southeast Asian community in the United States;
Outcome 3
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to describe verbally and in writing the diversity of the
Southeast Asian community in the United States;
Outcome 4
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze, frame positions and write essays about topics affecting Southeast Asian groups, including economic opportunities, cultural traditions, social conditions, political situations, refugee issues and immigration patterns from a sociological viewpoint;
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to analyze, frame positions and write essays about topics affecting Southeast Asian groups, including economic opportunities, cultural traditions, social conditions, political situations, refugee issues and immigration patterns from a sociological viewpoint;
ASAM 62-63Fa
Outcome 1
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to: analyze the similarities and differences between
individual Asian American communities;
Outcome 2
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to: identify issues, frame positions and write reports
about topics affecting Asian American groups, including
immigration patterns, economic opportunities, political
situations, cultural traditions, or social conditions;
Outcome 3
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to: describe the history and function of at least one
community based organization which serves the Asian American
community, or immigrant communities from china, Japan, Korea,
Southeast Asia, the Philippines, Pacific Islands, and India;
Outcome 4
Mostly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to: identify issues, frame positions and write reports
about topics affecting Asian American groups, including
immigration patterns, economic opportunities, political
situations, cultural traditions, or social conditions;
Outcome 5
Perfectly aligned
When the student has completed this course s/he should be
able to: describe the history and function of at least one
community based organization which serves the Asian American
community, or immigrant communities from china, Japan, Korea,
Southeast Asia, the Philippines, Pacific Islands, and India;

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