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Department Degree Program Name Learning Outcomes Testimonials

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Applied Arts and Science in Applied Leadership (BAAS)

  • Leadership Knowledge and Skills:Students will be able to demonstrate leadership knowledge and skills (including leadership ethics).
  • Analyze Information about Leadership: Students will be able to critically analyze quantitative and qualitative information related to leadership.
  • Concentration knowledge, skills, and abilities: Students will be able to illustrate knowledge and skills from their areas of concentration.
  • Strategic Planning: Students will be able to utilize appropriate methods in strategic planning.
 

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University Studies (BS/BA)

  • Integration of principles/perspectives: Students will be able to integrate the principles and perspectives of their chosen concentration areas into a cohesive body of knowledge.
  • Demonstrating knowledge/skills: Students will be able to demonstrate the knowledge and skills form their concentration areas.
  • Critically asses & apply principles: Students will be able to critically assess and apply the principles and perspectives of their chosen concentration areas.
  • Articulate influence of Program on development and goals: Students will be able to articulate how their degree program influenced their intellectual development and goals for the future.
  • Discuss life-long learning and social/personal responsibility: Students will be able to discuss the importance of social and personal responsibility as well as life-long learning.
 

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Wind Energy (BS)

  • Turbine Architecture: Students will be able to summarize and explain the architecture of wind turbines and describe the system's operation from wind inflow to grid integration.
  • Wind Resource Utilization: Students will be able to characterize wind resources, utilize models, and analyze wind data for use in wind energy project design.
  • Wind Energy History and Integration: Students will be able to integrate the history and development of wind energy systems and their contribution meeting global energy needs.
  • Reasoning and Articulation: Students will synthesize arguments while discussing the environmental and social impacts, sustainability issues, and legislative and regulatory policies.
  • Project Development and Assessment: Students shall be able to assess and develop wind energy projects including the applications of financial and economic analysis.
 

 

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