Lawrence Tech provides a student-centered comprehensive educational experience with technologically focused professional programs. As a student-centered university, Lawrence Tech demonstrates its commitment to educational achievement and improvement through ongoing assessment of student learning. The University Assessment Committee oversees assessment of student learning at the following three levels: Undergraduate University, Undergraduate Program, and Graduate Program.
Undergraduate University Level Assessment
Undergraduate University Level assessment encompass the following set of five learning outcomes of LTU's "general education" core curriculum program.
- Written Communication: LTU undergraduates who complete the core curriculum will demonstrate professional standards in written communication by mastering the fundamentals of writing mechanics and integrating evidence and analysis within a coherent structure.
- Oral Communication: LTU undergraduates who complete the core curriculum will demonstrate effectiveness in oral communication through development of content clearly and articulately.
- Critical Thinking: LTU undergraduates who complete the core curriculum will demonstrate critical thinking skills in reading complex texts and analyzing arguments.
- Quantitative Reasoning: LTU undergraduates who complete the core curriculum will demonstrate Quantitative Reasoning capabilities through applying mathematics and statistical methods to solves problems.
- Scientific Analysis: LTU undergraduates who complete the core curriculum will demonstrate proficiency in principles of science and applying it to solve scientific problems.
Undergraduate Program Level Assessment
Undergraduate Program Level assessment encompass an overarching set of the following five learning areas. Discipline-Specific Knowledge is assessed separately or across the learning areas. Please refer to each undergraduate program for learning outcomes of these five areas and any additional program-specific undergraduate learning outcomes.
- Visual Communication
Graduate Program Assessment:
Graduate Program assessment encompass an overarching set of the following four graduate learning areas. Please refer to each graduate program for learning outcomes of these four areas and any additional program-specific graduate learning outcomes.
- Advanced Knowledge
Please see the links below for program level outscomes and curriculum maps for each undergraduate program at Lawrence Tech. Programs with professional accreditation may have additional learning outcomes which are assessed for professional accreditation. Please visit the academic program for more information.
All academic departments submit annual assessment reports to the University Assessment Committee. The academic year reports are filed in the following fall semester. These reports are reviewed by the Assessment Committee and are also discussed with the Dean, Department Chair, Director of Assessment, and Assistant Provost at a special review meeting. Annual assessment reports are posted to this web page in the following spring semester.
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