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d.

Install, configure, and use a standard DBMS (e.g. Microsoft SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, etc.).

6.

Show an overall grasp of the field of Computer Science by being able to:

a.

Integrate topics and subjects within the field.

b.

Interpret and use current academic research.

c.

Speak and write effectively about ethical and moral issues related to the field.

ENGLISH

English Core

1.

Demonstrate knowledge of a variety of genres, historical periods, styles, and modes.

2.

Write clear, effective, researched, and imaginative projects and articulate them within appropriate conceptual and

methodological frameworks.

3.

Demonstrate an understanding of the historical development of the English language and of literature written in

English from Old English to the present.

4.

Demonstrate a working knowledge of the content and historical context of British and American literary works,

as well as selected authors and works from World literature.

5.

Demonstrate a working knowledge of various theoretical approaches that inform the interpretation of literature

and culture.

HISTORY

History Core

1.

Describe essential developments of U.S. History, answering “who, what, when, where, why, and how” questions

relating to these important events and trends.

2.

Describe essential developments in World History, answering “who, what, when, where, why, and how” questions

relating to these important events and trends.

3.

Describe different philosophies of history.

4.

Articulate a biblical philosophy of history.

5.

Demonstrate the ability to conduct research with

a.

traditional primary source materials,

b.

traditional secondary source materials, and

c.

current technological resources and techniques, and then structure lucid, logical, and reasonable historical

arguments from those documents.

KINESIOLOGY & PHYSICAL EDUCATION

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 and sociological analyses.

6.

Design, implement, analyze, and manage an effective physical education program in teaching, administrative, and

coaching settings.

7.

Demonstrate a working knowledge of the care and treatment of athletic injuries and of safety factors in the

prevention of injuries.

8.

Demonstrate a working knowledge of the physical development levels from infancy to adulthood and the

implications in regard to physical education.

9.

Demonstrate an in-depth working knowledge of conditioning components as related to life-long fitness activities,

physical training, competitive sports, and nutritional factors.