Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) are measurable outcomes (knowledge, skills, abilities, or attitudes) that students should be able to demonstrate by the end of the course or program. SLOs are related to, but distinct from, objectives, which convey the expectations of discrete skills and information that instructors should impart to students during the semester. It may be helpful to think of objectives as goals for instructors to cover, while outcomes are a way to measure whether students have met the objectives.
Click "Add New Item" to enter SLOs one at a time. You can remove, edit, and re-order saved SLOs using the navigation buttons. All courses must have at least one SLO in order to submit the proposal.
Enter the text of the SLO in sentence format.
Check any and all ILOs to which the course-level SLO relates.