Unit: Kinesiology & Rehabilitation Science
Program: Kinesiology & Rehab Sci (BS)
Degree: Bachelor's
Date: Mon Oct 07, 2013 - 12:31:46 pm

1) Below are your program's student learning outcomes (SLOs). Please update as needed.

Based on a Service Learning Model, the following are the Student Learner Outcomes for this program:

  1. Students will demonstrate knowledge of anatomical, physiological, biomechanical, and psychological principles of how the body moves in relation to space, time, and distance.
    1. Knowledge of gross human anatomy, emphasizing identification and description of parts of the musculoskeletal system.
    2. Ability to identify musculoskeletal structures in laboratory settings
    3. Ability to apply knowledge of anatomical structures to functional motor activity.
  2. Students will demonstrate knowledge in the application of movement principles and concepts related to movement
    1. Combine the knowledge of human anatomy and physics as applied to the science of human motion
    2. Ability to apply mathematical skills to quantify motor activity
    3. Ability to associate biomechanical principles with the analysis of fundamental sporting activities
  3. Students will demonstrate the ability to coordinate, plan, manage, and facilitate exercise prescription and information
    1. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding and the measurement techniques used to determine cardiovascular responses to graded exercise
    2. Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of skeletal muscle motor unit recruitment, and the measurement techniques used to determine said responses to increases in load and fatigue.
    3. Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the relationship between static vs. dynamic strength and absolute vs. relative strength, and the measurement techniques used to determine said responses.
    4. Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the metabolic pathways used to develop anaerobic power and blood lactate, and the measurement techniques used to determine anaerobic power.
    5. Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of the metabolic pathways used to develop energy aerobically, and the measurement techniques used to determine aerobic power.
    6. Demonstrates knowledge and understanding of Body composition, and the measurement techniques used to determine body composition.
  4. Students will demonstrate application of programming for healthy lifestyles
    1. Skill Application
      1. Demonstrates knowledge of exercise Rx
      2. Able to answer questions from clients/patients
      3. Exercises leadership skills and application
      4. Demonstrates fitness and wellness assessment skills
    2. Knowledge Application
      1. Demonstrates current knowledge of program area
      2. Demonstrates theoretical knowledge-base of wellness concepts
      3. Demonstrates professional code of conduct and ethics
  5. Students will demonstrate civic responsibility through a service learning project [capstone experience]
    1. Ability to grasp knowledge, skills and dispositions in any one of the following areas: exercise prescription, cardiac-rehabilitation, athletic training, physical therapy, occupational therapy, school environment, private industry, and recreational facilities.
  6. Students will demonstrate pro-social skills and professional dispositions in human interaction.
    1. Communication
      1. Presents written and oral information with clarity
      2. Demonstrates rapport with clients/patients
      3. Demonstrates rapport with staff
      4. Accepts constructive criticism positively
    2. Interpersonal Skills
      1. Demonstrates emotional maturity and stability
      2. Demonstrates punctuality and dependability


 

2) Your program's SLOs are published as follows. Please update as needed.

Department Website URL: https://coe.hawaii.edu/academics/kinesiology-rehabilitation-science/bs-program
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:
Other:
Other:

3) Select one option:

Curriculum Map File(s) from 2012:

4) For your program, the percentage of courses that have course SLOs explicitly stated on the syllabus, a website, or other publicly available document is as follows. Please update as needed.

0%
1-50%
51-80%
81-99%
100%

5) Did your program engage in any program assessment activities between June 1, 2012 and September 30, 2013? (e.g., establishing/revising outcomes, aligning the curriculum to outcomes, collecting evidence, interpreting evidence, using results, revising the assessment plan, creating surveys or tests, etc.)

Yes
No (skip to question 14)

6) For the period June 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013: State the assessment question(s) and/or assessment goals. Include the SLOs that were targeted, if applicable.

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7) State the type(s) of evidence gathered to answer the assessment question and/or meet the assessment goals that were given in Question #6.

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8) State how many persons submitted evidence that was evaluated. If applicable, please include the sampling technique used.

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9) Who interpreted or analyzed the evidence that was collected? (Check all that apply.)

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10) How did they evaluate, analyze, or interpret the evidence? (Check all that apply.)

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11) For the assessment question(s) and/or assessment goal(s) stated in Question #6:
Summarize the actual results.

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12) State how the program used the results or plans to use the results. Please be specific.

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13) Beyond the results, were there additional conclusions or discoveries?
This can include insights about assessment procedures, teaching and learning, program aspects and so on.

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14) If the program did not engage in assessment activities, please explain.
Or, if the program did engage in assessment activities, please add any other important information here.

The BS in KRS program was recently changed and became effective in Fall 2012. Also, the College of Education (COE) has started admitting students into programs from their first year at UHM. With the new students to have recently entered and are starting on this new program, which also includes all current students who were not yet accepted into the COE.

At present, we are evaluating the effects of admitting freshmen on the overall intergity of our program. We do not have any confirmation data on the number of enrollees, retention, probation or dismissal of majors. One major asessment activity will be the need to harnest the retention data and work progressively to assist those who might require additional assistance to remain active and academically eligible.