Programs in the Department of
Agriculture, Biology and Health Sciences
310 - Biology - BS Outcomes
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of the principles of evolution, interactions between populations and their environment, and mechanism of adaptation.
- Students will identify the organization of cells, multi-cellular systems, and cellular processes.
- Students will demonstrate an understanding of the principles of molecular genetics, mechanisms of genetic modification, and mechanisms of heredity and adaptation.
- Students will classify organisms in a manner consistent with perceived evolutionary histories.
- Students will effectively communicate data and scientific principles in written and oral form.
400 - Agriculture - BS Outcomes
- Students will demonstrate knowledge of the role, scope, history, and trends of agricultural science.
- Students will demonstrate knowledge of animal science. .
- Students will demonstrate knowledge of agricultural economics and business.
- Students will demonstrate knowledge of soil science.
- Students will communicate effectively orally and in writing about agriculture and natural resources concepts, methods, and analysis.
- Students will demonstrate knowledge in plant science.
565 - Allied Health Sciences - AS Outcomes
- Students will identify human cells, tissues, organs, and specific features on microscope slides, models, and cadavers.
- Students will identify and recognize the principles of public health.
- Students will choose correct anatomical relationships.
- Students will describe and distinguish the functions of body tissues, organs, and systems.
- Students will identify solutions to physiological problems.
575 - Respiratory Care - AAS Outcomes
- Students will operate equipment commonly used in respiratory care procedures.
- Students will perform and evaluate common clinical respiratory procedures.
- Students will apply gas laws in a variety of situations.
- Students will recognize the logarithmic nature of the pH scale and identify regions as acidic, basic or neutral.
585 Radiologic Technology Outcomes
- Students identify critical thinking situations in which non-routine procedures are necessary.
- Students indicate critical thinking skills through image analysis of radiographs for diagnostic quality.
- Students accomplish clinical competency by performing routine procedures.
- Students demonstrate clinical competence by evaluating technical needs in radiographic examinations.
- Students apply communication effectively with patients.
- Students communicate effectively with health care professionals.