General Education Outcomes

General Education Outcomes - The general education requirements consist of designated courses which, as a total group, focus on emotional, intellectual, physical, and social aspects of learning and development. These courses are intended to provide a base from which a student may function efficiently in a contemporary, multi-cultural environment. Faculty at Rose State College have adopted core proficiencies of the general education curriculum which they have designated as critical to the success of the student. 

One General Education Outcome is assessed each academic year during the spring semester.  Instruments developed by the College Assessment Committee are distributed to the RSC student population to allow for uniform evaluation of student responses and to provide reliable data. Faculty use this data to revise practices or procedures as appropriate in response to the assessment results.

Outcome 1: Effective Written Communication

Outcome 2: Quantitative Reasoning

Outcome 3: Diversity Awareness