Academic Catalog 2014.2015 - page 176

The Master’s College 2014-2015 Catalog
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PROGRAM-LEVEL LEARNING OUTCOMES
executive action, political communication).
3. Trace the major events, individuals, and
structures in the development of American
political institutions.
4. Conduct effective undergraduate-level research
using primary and secondary sources relating
to the study of American political institutions
and processes.
Constitutional Law
1. Describe the evolution of judicial supremacy
in the United States.
2. Trace the influence of the Bill of Rights on
federalism in America.
3. Explain the role of the judiciary in the growth
of national supremacy.
4. Develop effective case briefs for selected
constitutionally related political issues.
Political Theory
1. Trace the major events, individuals, and
theories in the development of American
political thought.
2. Evaluate Western political philosophies in light
of a Christian worldview.
3. Analyze the major political philosophical works
to identify the major theoretical principles
being presented and identify applications of
the principles within practical situations.
Home Economics Core
1. Use modern scientific methods and resources
to enhance the quality of life through the
development of a knowledge and skill base
in: nutrition, food science and preparation,
clothing construction, and interior or clothing
design principle application.
2. Demonstrate the ability to conduct research to
identify the needs of individuals and families.
3. Demonstrate proficiency in use of software
relating to Nutrition, Interior Design, Clothing,
Textiles, and Financial Management.
4. Demonstrate ability to make effective group
presentations relating to the issues 21st
century individuals and families face to ensure
productive and harmonious lifestyles.
5. Articulate biblical principles that characterize
the professional posture of the Christian
Home Economist.
Kinesiology & Physical Education Core
1. Identify and describe the significant events and
individuals associated with the development of
physical education from ancient times to the
present.
2. Perform a kinesiological evaluation of skilled
and unskilled physical movement activities.
3. Perform a physiological evaluation of skilled
and unskilled physical movement activities.
4. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of
the significant psychological and sociological
sport-related issues and their societal effects.
5. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the
basic statistical tools necessary to conduct
physiological, psychomotor, and cognitive
evaluations, as well as sociological analyses.
6. Design, implement, analyze, and manage
an effective physical education program in
teaching, administrative, and coaching settings.
7. Demonstrate a working knowledge in the care
and treatment of athletic injuries and safety
factors in the prevention of injuries.
Kinesiology & Physical Education General
1. Demonstrate a mastery of the basic skills
associated with required sports/activity areas.
2. Effectively teach the basic physical skills, rules,
and strategies of traditional sports/activity
areas.
3. Demonstrate a working knowledge of the
physical development levels from infancy to
adulthood and the implications in regard to
physical education.
4. Demonstrate an in-depth working knowledge
of conditioning components as related to
life-long fitness activities, physical training,
competitive sports, and nutritional factors.
Pre-Physical Therapy
1. Recognize and evaluate athletic injuries,
including emergency care and treatment of
traumatic injuries.
2. Implement treatment, rehabilitation, and
reconditioning programs for athletic injuries.
Mathematics Core
1. Effectively prepare and give oral presentations
from research literature in mathematics.
2. Demonstrate mastery of the Calculus.
3. Demonstrate mastery of Elementary Linear
Algebra.
4. Demonstrate master y of Elementar y
Differential Equations.
Applied Mathematics
1. Demonstrate a working knowledge of
probability theory.
2. Use probability and statistical inferences to
draw conclusions.
3. Demonstrate a basic working knowledge of
the concepts of numerical analysis through
the use of computers.
4. Demonstrate a working knowledge of
mathematical applications in a variety of
applied fields.
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