Asian American Studies Department
|Course Number||Course Title||Coordinator Name||Assessment Stage||Spring 2013 Review and Tentative Future Plans|
|ASAM 20||Asian American Experience Since 1820||Angie Fa||4||Details|
|ASAM 22||Asian American Community Issues & Leadership||Melissa Ann Canlas||4||Details|
|ASAM 27||Asian American Race Relations||Angie Fa||2||Details|
|ASAM 30||Asian American Issues Through Film||Roger Chung||2||Details|
|ASAM 35||Asian American Women||Melissa Ann Canlas||4||Details|
|ASAM 40||The Chinese American Community||Jen Giang Icasiano||3||Details|
|ASAM 42||Southeast Asians in the US||Roger Chung||2||Details|
|ASAM 61-62-63||Asian American Community Field Study||Angie Fa||4||Details|
|ASAM 65||Individual Study||Angie Fa||4||Details|
|ASAM 8||Filipino American Community||Melissa Ann Canlas||3||Details|
|Assessment Stage Subtotals for ASAM||Stage 5: 0|
Stage 4: 5
Stage 3: 2
Stage 2: 3
Stage 1: 0
Assessment Stage Definitions
- Course has undergone at least one full closed-loop cycle, and assessment is continual.
- Changes are being implemented and course will be reassessed.
- SLO assessment data/results are being analyzed and discussed.
- SLO assessments are developed and in use.
- SLOs are developed and regularly updated.