Overall Rating Bronze
Overall Score 28.79
Liaison William Ghrist
Submission Date May 23, 2018
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Washtenaw Community College
AC-2: Learning Outcomes

Status Score Responsible Party
Complete 0.01 / 8.00 Dale Petty
Professional Faculty
Industrial Technology
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Total number of graduates from degree programs (i.e. majors, minors, concentrations, certificates, and other academic designations):
3,530

Number of students that graduate from programs that have adopted at least one sustainability learning outcome:
5

Percentage of students who graduate from programs that have adopted at least one sustainability learning outcome:
0.14

Do the figures reported above cover one, two, or three academic years?:
One

Does the institution specify sustainability learning outcomes at the institution level (e.g. covering all students)?:
No

Does the institution specify sustainability learning outcomes at the division level (e.g. covering particular schools or colleges within the institution)?:
No

A list or brief description of the institution level or division level sustainability learning outcomes:
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Does the institution specify sustainability learning outcomes at the program level (i.e. majors, minors, concentrations, degrees, diplomas, certificates, and other academic designations)?:
No

A list or brief description of the program level sustainability learning outcomes (or a list of sustainability-focused programs):
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Do course level sustainability learning outcomes contribute to the figure reported above (i.e. in the absence of program, division, or institution level learning outcomes)?:
Yes

A list or brief description of the course level sustainability learning outcomes and the programs for which the courses are required:

ENV 101 course objective 2. Define sustainability and sustainable development and discuss the implications of each.
More at: http://webfiles.wccnet.edu/Curriculum%20&%20Assessment/web/Master%20Syllabi/ms_env/ms_env101.pdf

ENV 105 Introduction to Environment and Society
Course Objectives
1. Describe the various implications for the sustainability of environmental system s as the human population grows.
2. Explain why the environmental impacts of individuals and groups differ enormously based on variations in technology and affluence.
3. List and explain examples of economic mechanisms that exist that may help solve environmental problems, such as green taxes, markets for pollution and green consumer choices.
4. Provide an example of how human needs and wants influence the ways humans use or exploit a particular natural resource.
5. Explain the purpose and outcome of the Montreal Protocol as it relates to the stratospheric ozone layer.
6. List some of the problems associated with assessing environment al issues, such as cultural differences, socioeconomic status, and politics.
More at: http://webfiles.wccnet.edu/Curriculum%20&%20Assessment/web/Master%20Syllabi/ms_env/ms_env105.PDF

Both courses are required for the Environmental Science (ASENVS) Associates Degree.


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