Learning Outcomes

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Institutional Learning Outcomes

Successful Johnson County Community College students will be prepared to demonstrate proficiency in the following areas:

Quantitative Literacy

  • Use quantitative skills to analyze and process information.

Critical Thinking

  • Acquire, interpret, and analyze information and apply appropriate problem-solving techniques to determine and evaluate solutions.

Communication

  • Communicate effectively with clarity and purpose.

Social Responsibility

  • Be prepared to practice community engagement that reflects democratic citizenship, environmental responsibility, diversity, and international awareness.

Personal Responsibility

  • Be independent lifelong learners who have the skills necessary for economic, physical, social, mental and emotional wellness.

 

General Education Student Learning Outcomes

At the course, program and institutional level, Johnson County Community College is committed to cultivating in our students the following Student Learning Outcomes in the general education curriculum. Successful students will be able to:

1. Access and evaluate information from credible sources. 

2. Collaborate respectfully with others. 

3. Communicate effectively through the clear and accurate use of language.

4. Demonstrate an understanding of the broad diversity of the human experience and the individual’s place in society.

5. Process numeric, symbolic and graphic information.

6. Read, analyze and synthesize written, visual and aural material.

7. Select and apply appropriate problem-solving techniques.

8. Use technology efficiently and responsibly.

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