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Structuring a Department-Level Assessment Regime
Unformatted Document Text:  33 Weber State University Assessment Plan  Students should have a basic knowledge of the political institutions and processes of the government of the United States.  Methods of assessment: A (comprehensive) exit exam was the  most common suggestion.  Students should have a basic knowledge of the methods, approaches, or theories used in accumulating and interpreting information applicable to the discipline of political science.  Methods of assessment: Portfolio (papers) and an exit interview.  Students should have a basic knowledge of the dynamics of politics and power at work in the modern world.  Methods of assessment: Portfolio, exit exam, exit interview.  Students should be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills or formulate and defend a thesis in a written or oral format.  Methods of assessment: Portfolio.  Students should be able to demonstrate the basic research skills necessary to write a paper in the discipline of political science.  Methods of assessment: Portfolio, SR seminar paper.  Students should have a basic knowledge of the content of two of the five subfields within political science: American Government and Public Administration, Comparative Politics, International Relations, Public and Constitutional Law, and Political Theory.  Methods of assessment: Portfolio, exit exam, exit interview.

Authors: Williams, John.
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Weber State University
Assessment Plan
Students should have a basic knowledge of the political institutions and
processes of the government of the United States.
Methods of assessment: A (comprehensive) exit exam was the 
most common suggestion.
Students should have a basic knowledge of the methods, approaches, or
theories used in accumulating and interpreting information applicable to
the discipline of political science.
Methods of assessment: Portfolio (papers) and an exit interview.
Students should have a basic knowledge of the dynamics of politics and
power at work in the modern world.
Methods of assessment: Portfolio, exit exam, exit interview.
Students should be able to demonstrate critical thinking skills or formulate
and defend a thesis in a written or oral format.
Methods of assessment: Portfolio.
Students should be able to demonstrate the basic research skills necessary
to write a paper in the discipline of political science.
Methods of assessment: Portfolio, SR seminar paper.
Students should have a basic knowledge of the content of two of the five
subfields within political science: American Government and Public
Administration, Comparative Politics, International Relations, Public and
Constitutional Law, and Political Theory.
Methods of assessment: Portfolio, exit exam, exit interview.


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