Institutional SLOs and Program SLOs

Institutional Student Learning Outcomes

Institutional Learning Outcomes describe the abilities, skills and knowledge that students will acquire at Oxnard College. As part of the experience, students will also develop attitudes and outlooks befitting a college educated person. The ten ISLO's below describe the competencies that every dedicated student will have after successful completion of their education at Oxnard College.

1 Subject Knowledge -  The student understands the discipline's basic content, principles, methodologies, and perspectives. 
2 Communication - Student exhibits the ability to communicate clearly and effectively
3 Critical Thinking and Analytic Reasoning -  Student applies critical thinking skills and reasoning to demonstrate continuous inquiry, problem solving, and learning.
4 Quantitative Reasoning -  Student applies quantitative and symbolic reasoning to obtain objective solutions to problems and equations.
5 Creative Expression - Student expresses originality, imagination and innovation.
6 Information Retrieval and Technological Competency - Student demonstrates the ability to find, organize, understand, critically examine and use information from various sources using a variety of technologies.
7 Global Perspectives and/or Multicultural Awareness -  Student demonstrates global awareness to look at issues from multiple perspectives and uses skills for participating in global and local societies.
8 Community Involvement, Leadership and Social Responsibility -  Student understands the complexities of ethical judgment, leadership, social and/or civil responsibility as applied to social and ethical issues.
9 Lifelong Learning and Life Skills -  Student demonstrates effective self-management and interpersonal skills and the skills for a career, transfer, lifelong learning, health and/or self-improvement. 
10 Interdisciplinary Studies -  Student applies more than one discipline's approach to a topic, problem or method.


Program Student Learning Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes are specific to a discipline or department that offers Degrees or Certificates. Successful completion of these programs indicates mastery in one's chosen discipline. PSLO's are directly related to one or more of the ISLO's (above).

Addictive Disorder Studies  Addictive Disorder Studies for  Alcohol / Drug Counselors Addictive Disorder Studies in Criminal Justice System
Master concepts central to alcohol and drug addiction, i.e., brain, heredity, gender.
Master concepts central to counseling alcohol and/or drug addiction, i.e., interviewing skills, leadership methods.
Master concepts central to the relationship of addiction that leads to significant involvement in the criminal justice system.
Apply critical thinking to addiction data and become acquainted with the relationship to drugs and alcohol usage and crime.
Identify major factors that lead to human resource processes of assistance, discipline and dismissal of employees.
Apply critical thinking to addiction data and become acquainted with the relationship to drugs and alcohol usage and crime.
Identify major factors that contribute to addiction.
Demonstrate familiarity with the correct protocol in counseling clients.
Identify major factors that contribute to addiction.
Learn how to deliver/articulate presentations both written and oral.
Apply their knowledge in a counseling setting in the workplace or in a treatment center.
Learn how to deliver/articulate presentations both written and oral.
Demonstrate familiarity with the standards of professionals ethics in the field of substance abuse prevention.
Locate and use online resources resulting in the improved ability to refer clients to appropriate clinical resources.
Demonstrate familiarity with the standards of professional ethics in the field of substance abuse prevention.
Improve information retrieval and organizational skills including the use of online resources, resulting in the ability to refer clients to the appropriate clinical resources.
 
Improve information retrieval and organizational skills including the use of online resources, resulting in the ability to refer clients to the appropriate clinical resources.
 
 
Master concepts central to alcohol and drug addiction, i.e., brain, heredity, gender.

 

Anthropology Air Conditioning and Refrigeration - Environmental Control Technology American Sign Language
Apply logic, critical thinking, quantitative and qualitative reasoning to anthropological data and be able to distinguish amongst scientific laws, principles, hypotheses and theories.
The student will read, draft and design various construction drawings and electrical schematics used in the HVAC industry.
Students will demonstrate a broad knowledge of Deaf culture, history and political issues relevant to the Deaf community. 
Apply their knowledge to the solution of human problems, both local and global, in both theoretical and practical settings, including a more mature understanding of their own place in society, in the workplace, and in academia.
The  student will  troubleshoot and perform basic mechanical and electrical service and repairs on air conditioning and refrigeration (HVAC) systems.
Students will sustain a conversation in ASL in which a variety of sentence types are constructed and responded to and a wide range of vocabulary is incorporated.
Identify major figures in the history of anthropology, the major schools/orientation of anthropological theory, and important trends in contemporary anthropological theory, methods and ethics.
The student will locate and identify applicable codes, licensing requirements and best practices as they relate to the installation of various types of HVAC/R equipment.
Students will be able to tell a story using ASL grammar, a broad range of vocabulary and elements of ASL story development that describes, in detail, the persons/objects involved and incidents that occurred.
Demonstrate familiarity with the standards of professional ethics espoused by the discipline of anthropology.
 
  
Develop skills in ethnographic writing, speaking and presentation.
 
  
Master concepts and methods central to the anthropological perspective, e.g. culture, human evolution, genetics, linguistics, archaeology, prehistory, diversity, physical type, language, gender/sex, cultural relativism, holism, social structure, historical and cross-cultural comparisons, kinship, participant-observation and globalism.
 
  
Develop and improve information retrieval and management skills, particularly the use of online resources.
 
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Air Conditioning & Refrigeration

  • Air Conditioning & Refrigeration 2008 - 2009
  • Air Conditioning & Refrigeration 2009 - 2010

Anthropology

Art

Automotive Body Repair & Paint

Automotive Technology

Biology

Business

Business

  • Accounting
  • Business
  • Business Management

Child Development

  • Child Development

Computer Information Systems

Culinary Arts and Restaurant Management

Dental Programs

  • Dental Assisting
  • Dental Hygiene

Economics

Engineering Technology

  • Computer Networking
  • Engineering Technology

English

Fire Technology

General Studies

History

Legal Assisting

Mathematics

Philosophy

Political Science

Psychology

Sociology

Spanish

Transitional Studies

Television