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Assessing a Political Science Curriculum

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The Department of Political Science Assessment plan utilizes several methods to determine whether the department's curriculum, faculty and teaching methods have been effective in delivering the skills, knowledge and professional orientation to its students.

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Baldino, Thomas. "Assessing a Political Science Curriculum" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the APSA Teaching and Learning Conference, NA, Washington, DC, Feb 19, 2004 <Not Available>. 2009-05-26 <http://www.allacademic.com/meta/p117482_index.html>

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Abstract: The Department of Political Science Assessment plan utilizes several methods to determine whether the department's curriculum, faculty and teaching methods have been effective in delivering the skills, knowledge and professional orientation to its students.

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Wilkes University Department of Political Science Assessment Plan Mission Statement The department’s mission is to educate students to understand things political in this country and in the international arena while also supporting other programs on campus that require courses in government and politics e.g. history business economics communications and sociology. (The particular details of what constitutes a political science education may be found below.) Additionally the department contributes to the University’s mission by instilling a sense of civic responsibility
research and defend the work upon questioning by the faculty and fellow students. In conjunction with the event the student’s portfolio is reviewed by the faculty to determine the extent of the student’s development and the effectiveness of the department’s curriculum. Assessment of Graduates The department surveys its graduates within six months of graduation using a questionnaire developed by the department faculty that is based upon a tested instrument used elsewhere. The results of the returned questionnaires are compiled


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