COLLEGE GOAL # 1

Educational Programs and services will be developed, evaluated, and improved to ensure student access, learning and success while maintaining appropriate academic standards

Unit Objective # 1

The Anthropology discipline/program will ensure student learning by providing access to basic skills, general education and transfer, and degree applicable courses that are scheduled appropriately and in sufficient numbers to meet the needs of Mission College students

 

 

Success

indicator

# 1

Anthropology courses are scheduled appropriately and in sufficient numbers that students will have the opportunity to earn the degree in three years

Classes are well enrolled.

There are no waiting lists.

Mission College does not offer an Anthropology degree

Success

indicator

# 2

If applicable, Anthropology basic skills courses are scheduled appropriately and in sufficient numbers that students will have the opportunity to progress through the basic skills sequence in a reasonable period of time

Not applicable

Success

indicator

# 3

Anthropology courses are scheduled appropriately and in sufficient number that students will have the opportunity to complete the GE and transfer requirements in a reasonable period of time

There are no waiting lists

Success

indicator

# 4

Students will report satisfaction with the availability of all Anthropology courses

Students report as preferred times:

eve, 7-10 (50%) and

afternoon , 4-7 (30%)

Classes are scheduled at these very times. Classes are scheduled one day a week. Most students (48%) prefer one day a week classes.

 

COLLEGE GOAL # 1

Educational Programs and services will be developed, evaluated, and improved to ensure student access, learning and success while maintaining appropriate academic standards

Unit Objective # 2

The Anthropology discipline will maintain academic standards in student learning outcomes

 

Success

indicator

# 1

The majority of students in Anthropology courses demonstrate successful accomplishment of stated learning outcomes.

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 2

The majority of Anthropology majors demonstrate successful

accomplishments of stated learning outcomes for the discipline

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 3

Students who complete courses in the Anthropology discipline/program as part of the GE requirement will demonstrate appropriate competencies as designated in the college GE learning outcomes policy

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 4

No significant difference will be revealed between the competencies of Anthropology whether they complete courses on campus, at outreach locations

or online

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 5

No significant difference will be revealed in the grade distribution of

all Anthropology, full-time and part-time, at all locations, using any

modality of instructional delivery on grade distribution delivery

All Anthropology classes are taught by

part-time instructors, on campus.

There are no significant differences between the grade distribution of the different part-time instructors

Success

indicator

# 6

On surveys, a majority of students enrolled in Anthropology courses

will report satisfaction with the quality of instruction

84% of the students report on surveys report that they are pleased with the quality of teaching at Los Angeles Mission College

 

COLLEGE GOAL # 1

Educational Programs and services will be developed, evaluated, and improved to ensure student access, learning and success while maintaining appropriate academic standards

Unit Objective # 2

The Anthropology discipline will maintain academic standards in student learning outcomes

Success

indicator

# 7

All eligible Anthropology courses will be articulated with transfer

institutions within an appropriate time frame

Please find attached current course outlines

Success

indicator

# 8

All Anthropology course outlines will be reviewed, updated as necessary and approved by the Senate Curriculum Committee within two years of this unit assessment

Please find attached current course outlines

Success

indicator

# 9

90% the content of vocational courses will be certified as containing

industry standard technical and professional competencies as assessed by the advisory committee

Not applicable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COLLEGE GOAL # 1

Educational Programs and services will be developed, evaluated, and improved to ensure student access, learning and success while maintaining appropriate academic standards

Unit Objective # 3

The Anthropology discipline/program will provide enough appropriately diverse full-time and part-time faculty and support staff that are qualified by appropriate education, training, and experience along with adequate physical facilities and equipment to support its course offerings

Success

indicator

# 1

Trained college affirmative action representatives will report minimal errors in the selection process for Anthropology instructors.

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 2

Anthropology faculty will engage in a minimum of one discipline-related professional development activity as reported on staff development activity forms

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 3

Full-time faculty will account for 75% of the faculty contact hours in the Anthropology discipline/program

There is no full-time faculty in this discipline.

% Reg Fac = 0%

Success

indicator

# 4

Sufficient support staff are provided to ensure the effective functioning of the Anthropology discipline/program.

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 5

Faculty and students will report satisfaction with the number and quality of support staff provided for the Anthropology discipline/program

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 6

The majority of students enrolled in Anthropology classes indicate satisfaction with the physical facilities and available technology

39% report that they feel safe and secure on campus. 32% report that the classrooms, lecture halls, and labs are clean and well-maintained. 24% report that food service on this campus is sufficient. 26% report that the restrooms are clean and well maintained. 35% report that the grounds and public areas are cleaned and well maintained. 26% report that the campus has adequate outside lighting after dark. 16% report that sufficient parking is available on campus. 22% report that the parking lots are safe, well-lighted, and well-maintained

COLLEGE GOAL # 1

Educational Programs and services will be developed, evaluated, and improved to ensure student access, learning and success while maintaining appropriate academic standards

Unit Objective # 4

The Anthropology discipline/program will validate student success by demonstrating that students progress through basic skills sequences into college degree programs, degree and course completion, transfers and transfer readiness

Success

indicator

# 1

If applicable, there will be a 3.9% increase in the number of students whose assessment scores indicate they lack basic skills that will progress to college-level Anthropology courses upon completion of prerequisite courses. (PFE)

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 2

71.9% of students who enroll in Anthropology courses will attain a grade of C or above (PFE)

For the past 3 years (98-01) the percent of students who attained a grade of C or betterhas been on the average 55%

Success

indicator

# 3

There will be a 8.5% increase in the number of students who complete college-level Anthropology courses that transfer to four-year institutions. (PFE)

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 4

There will be a 3.4% increase in the number of students who enroll in Anthropology courses that will prepare to transfer to four-year institutions

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 5

There will be a 4.7% increase in the number of degrees and/or certificates awarded to students in the Anthropology discipline/program

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COLLEGE GOAL # 1

Educational Programs and services will be developed, evaluated, and improved to ensure student access, learning and success while maintaining appropriate academic standards

Unit Objective # 5

The Anthropology faculty will comply with the Faculty Ethics Statements (WASC)

Success

indicator

# 1A majority of students will affirm on surveys that Anthropology

faculty distinguish between personal conviction and proven conclusions and present relevant data fairly and objectively

85% of the students affirm on surveys that their instructors distinguish between personal opinion and fact in teaching their classes

Success

indicator

# 2

A majority of students will affirm on surveys that Anthropology

faculty provide students with clear expectations concerning the

principles of academic honesty and sanctions for violation

81% of the students affirm on surveys that

that they have a good understanding of current college policies on cheating

76% of students affirm on surveys that they a good understanding of the student code of conduct.

Success

indicator

# 3

A majority of Anthropology faculty will affirm on surveys that academic freedom is protected at the college

65% of faculty affirm on surveys that they have a good understanding of current college policies on academic freedom.

53% of faculty affirm on surveys that College administrators protect and support faculty in their exercises of academic freedom

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

COLLEGE GOAL # 2

Human, physical, technological and financial resources will be managed effectively to enrich and expand educational programs

and maintain fiscal stability

Unit Objective # 1

Human, physical, technological and financial resources will be managed effectively to enrich and expand educational programs and maintain fiscal stability

Success

indicator

# 1

Anthropology courses will maintain an average of 34 students

per section

The class average for the period between Fall 1995 and Fall 2000 has been 43.5,

showing a significant increase in the last 3 years.

Success

indicator

# 2

Support staff for the Anthropology discipline/program are provided at or near the ratio of community colleges statewide

DATA NOT AVAILABLE

Success

indicator

# 3

Space for the Anthropology discipline/program is utilized effectively according to college developed or other developed standards

DATA NOT AVAILABLE