Program: French (BA)
Date: Wed Oct 28, 2009 - 1:40:22 am
1) List your program's student learning outcomes (SLOs).
1. Read and comprehend texts written in French from a variety of genres and contexts, (e.g. newspapers, commercial materials, literature, etc.)
2. Analyze and demonstrate understanding of major French literary, philosophical, and artistic works, genres, periods, and topics.
3. Engage in oral communication in French in various communicative contexts.
4. Engage in writing in French in various contexts and for various audiences, using correct grammar and demonstrating appropriate vocabulary, tone, and style for the context.
5. Conduct research on the language, literature, and/or culture of France and the French-speaking world using knowledge and skills learned in the program,
6. Demonstrate familiarity with the current events, traditional and popular culture, and social structures of the society/societies in which French is spoken
2) Where are your program's SLOs published?
Student Handbook. URL, if available online:
Information Sheet, Flyer, or Brochure URL, if available online:
UHM Catalog. Page Number:
Course Syllabi. URL, if available online:
3) Upload your program's current curriculum map(s) as a PDF.
- File (03/16/2020)
4) What percentage of courses have the course SLOs explicitly stated on the course syllabus, department website, or other publicly available document? (Check one)
5) State the SLO(s) that was Assessed, Targeted, or Studied
6) State the Assessment Question(s) and/or Goal(s) of Assessment Activity
If students felt they met these learning objectives at the conclusion of their degree.
7) State the Type(s) of Evidence Gathered
Exit surveys were administered by the Office of the Dean of LLL.
8) State How the Evidence was Interpreted, Evaluated, or Analyzed
9) State How Many Pieces of Evidence Were Collected
NA (insufficient pool of reponses)
10) Summarize the Actual Results
11) Briefly Describe the Distribution and Discussion of Results
12) Describe Conclusions and Discoveries
Not yet available.