Student Learning Outcomes, or SLO’s, are created to assess student knowledge through demonstration, application, or analysis. Through various forms of assessment, students will be able to use the knowledge obtained in a course to illustrate that each objective is met and mastered. When designing SLO’s, please remember that each should be measurable, observable, and able to be demonstrated.
Benjamin Bloom, an educational researcher, developed a system of categories that classify intellectual behavior in learning. When developing activities and student learning outcomes, each SLO should begin with an action verb based on Bloom’s Taxonomy. 2020 AIC Manual
This manual outlines program requirements and the review procedures for new and revised programs.
Use this form to transfer Programs between the Gloucester and Cumberland campuses.
Program Form 2019
Use this form to request approval for a new or revised program, or to deactivate a program.