4.B.2 The institution assesses achievement of the learning outcomes that it claims for its curricular and co-curricular programs.
Miller College uses a variety of assessment instruments to measure student learning. Every course includes graded coursework as well as a comprehensive final exam or other final evaluative project. Senior Seminars, field experiences, and internships provide students with opportunities for real-world application of the knowledge and skills acquired in their programs. Students are expected to complete an electronic portfolio which includes pre-reflective and post-reflective essays on degree program learning objectives, writing samples, and artifacts and/or projects from each course at Miller College that demonstrate their achievement of learning objectives and goals. Electronic portfolios and numerous course assignments are evaluated with rubrics. In addition, students complete periodic satisfaction surveys throughout their program and exit surveys in their Senior Seminars. An Alumni survey is also administered.
Miller College does not formally assess co-curricular activities. These activities are student clubs only.
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