Student Learning Outcomes & Assessments For Applied Psychology (HASS)
Some examples of assessments shown when mouse-over Objective headings.
Goal 1 : Develop critical thinking skills
Objective 1: Students will demonstrate ability to critically evaluate individual or group behavioral problems (case studies) using appropriate psychological theory and assessment tools.
Objective 2: Students will demonstrate ability to critically evaluate internship experiences and apply conclusions to career planning.
Goal 2: Develop disciplinary content knowledge
Objective 1: Students will be able to discern core concepts in the history and systems of psychology.
Objective 2: Students will be able to discern core concepts in mental health and adjustment.
Objective 3: Students will be able to discern core concepts in social/industrial/organizational/group psychology.
Objective 4: Discuss core concepts in learning/cognitive psychology.
Goal 3: Recognize and identify appropriate research methodology
Objective 1: Students will demonstrate ability to create and present orally in a public forum the results of a project or internship.
Objective 2: Students will demonstrate ability to use APA style in a research paper including analysis and citation of published research.
Goal 4: Develop Interpersonal and Personal Effectiveness
Objective 1: Students will develop awareness of personal career-related strengths and weakness based on internship site-supervisor evaluations and self-reflection.
Objective 2: Students will demonstrate ability to work effectively in a project or work team.
Goal 5: Awareness of and Concern for Ethics and Professionalism Within the Discipline of Psychology
Objective 1: Students will be familiar with the basic principles of professional ethics, including the APA Ethical Standards of Psychologists and the APA Standards of Educational and Psychological Testing.
Objective 2: Students will demonstrate sensitivity to ethical concerns and professionalism in all settings where applications of psychology and/or psychological research occur, including internship experiences.
Dr. Brenda Russell, [email protected] or 610-396-6014