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Program Purpose: Students will be able to apply supervision principles and skills in a variety of situational settings in both the public and private sector, as well as be able to identify the skills and examine the roles and responsibilities of a supervisor at any level in any organization.
Program Description: This program provides knowledge and skills in order to improve students’ approaches to supervision. This program also prepares students for advancement in their chosen career areas as a supervisor in both public and private sector settings
COLLEGE LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
Communication- Written, Oral, and Visual: Students will write, speak, perform, or create original content that communicates effectively and is facilitated by active listening skills.
Reasoning- Scientific and Quantitative: Students will locate, identify, collect, and organize data in order to analyze, interpret, or evaluate it using mathematical skills and/or the scientific method.
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving: Students will recognize and identify the components of problems or issues, examine them from multiple perspectives and investigate the ways to resolve them using reasoned and supportable conclusions while differentiating between facts, influences, opinions, and assumptions.
Information Literacy: Students will formulate strategies to locate, evaluate, and apply information from a variety of sources in a verity of formats such as print and/ or electronic.
Personal/Community Awareness and Academic/ Career Responsibilities: Students will examine the ethical responsibilities and the dynamic role of individuals and active citizens in society. Students will develop skills and employ strategies to self- manage their personal, academic, and career goals and to cooperate, collaborate, and interact successfully within groups and with a variety of cultures, peoples, and situations.
PROGRAM LEVEL STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES:
1. Identify the fundamental principles of business.
2. Examine various approaches to decision-making.
3. Create, analyze, and interpret written and verbal communication in business applications.
I: This program-level student learning outcome is INTRODUCED is this course.
P: This program-level student learning outcome is PRACTICED in this course.
M: This program-level student learning outcome is MASTERED in this course.
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|Course||PLSLO #1||PLSLO #2||PLSLO #3|
|SUP V92/BUS V40||I/P||I/P||I/P|
|SUPV 93/BUS V32||I/P||I/P||I/P|
|SUP V94/BUS V31||I/P/M||I/P||I/P|
|Required Additional Courses-(2) Selected from the Following:|
|SUP V81/BUS V44||I||I||I/P/M|