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School of Social Work & Human Services

Troy University Baccalaureate Social Work Program Assessment of Student Learning Outcomes

Human Services Field Practicum

The Human Services major allows the completion of 300 clock hours in an agency setting which will be approved by the Director of Human Service Practicums. The Human Service Practicum will be completed during the student’s last term/semester. While students are encourage to discover agencies that are of particular interest to their unique educational experience, the final approval of the practicum setting rests with the Director of Human Service Practicums.

Some examples of field practicum placement agencies include but are not limited to:

  • Barbour County Department of Public Health
  • Bullock County Department of Human Resources
  • Coffee County Department of Human Resources
  • Coffee County Department of Public Health
  • Crenshaw County Department of Human Resources
  • Dale County Department of Human Resources
  • Dialysis Clinic, Inc
  • Enterprise Nursing Home
  • First Baptist Community Ministries
  • Houston County Department of Human Resources
  • Houston County Department of Public Health
  • Kindred Hospice
  • Montgomery County Department of Human Resources
  • Pike County Department of Human Resources
  • Therapeutic Foster Care
  • The House of Ruth, Inc
  • Troy Health and Rehabilitation
  • Vivian B. Adams School
  • Wiregrass Hospice Social Services

Social Work Field Practicum

The Social Work major requires the completion of 500 clock hours in an agency setting which will be approved by the Director of Social Work Practicums. The Social Work Practicum will be completed during the student’s last two terms or last semester. While students are encourage to discover agencies that are of particular interest to their unique educational experience, the final approval of the practicum setting rests with the Director of Social Work Practicums.

Some examples of field practicum placement agencies include but are not limited to:

  • Baptist Hospital
  • Barbour County Department of Public Health
  • Bullock County Department of Human Resources
  • Coffee County Department of Human Resources
  • Coffee County Department of Public Health
  • Crenshaw County Department of Human Resources
  • Dale County Department of Human Resources
  • Dialysis Clinic, Inc
  • Enterprise Nursing Home
  • First Baptist Community Ministries
  • Houston County Department of Human Resources
  • Houston County Department of Public Health
  • Jackson Hospital
  • Kindred Hospice
  • Montgomery County Department of Human Resources
  • Pike County Department of Human Resources
  • SARCOA
  • Southeast Health
  • Therapeutic Foster Care
  • The House of Ruth, Inc
  • Troy Health and Rehabilitation
  • Vivian B. Adams School
  • Wiregrass Hospice Social Services

 

Student Organizations

National Organization for Human Services Honor Society
Tau Upsilon Alpha
Chi Pi Chapter

The purpose of Tau Upsilon Alpha, National Organization of Human Services Honor Society is to honor academic excellence by: fostering lifelong learning, leadership development, and to promote excellence in service to humanity.

For more information please email: 

Dana Wilson
wilsond@troy.edu or tua@troy.edu

Phi Alpha Honor Society for Social Work
Phi Alpha
Chi Omega Chapter

The purpose  of Phi Alpha is to recognize outstanding Student Leadership consistent with the ideals and mission of Phi Alpha.

For more information please email:

Onick Lewis
olewis@troy.edu 

Sigma Alpha Sigma

The purpose of Sigma Alpha Sigma is to promote student service.

 For more information please contact your Advisor or email:
sas@troy.edu

 

BSW 2020-2021 CHEA Data

COUNCIL ON SOCIAL WORK EDUCATION - FORM AS 4(B) 
 Troy University School of Social Work BACCALAUREATE SOCIAL WORK PROGRAM 
ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES 

Form AS 4(B): A form required for Reaffirmation, Candidacy, and ongoing compliance per AS 4.0.3

Submitting Form AS 4 for Reaffirmation Self-Study & Candidacy Benchmarks
 
This form is used to assist the COA in the evaluation of the program’s compliance with the accreditation standard below:
 
4.0.3: The program uses Form AS 4(B) and/or Form AS 4(M) to report its most recent assessment outcomes for each program option to constituents and the public on its website and routinely up-dates (minimally every 2 years) its findings.
 
All programs accredited by the Council on Social Work Education’s Commission on Accreditation (COA) are required to measure and report student learning outcomes.  All students are assessed using a minimum of two measures on their mastery of the nine competencies that comprise the Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards (EPAS) and any additional competencies programs may choose to add.  These holistic competencies reflect the dimensions (knowledge, values, skills, and cognitive & affective processes) of social work practice that all social workers are expected to master during their professional training.  

Programs determine a percentage-based benchmark for each competency and determine an outcome-measure benchmark (minimum score) for each measure. The competency benchmark (which can differ for each competency) represents the minimum percent of students the program expects to have achieved the outcome measure benchmarks in both/all measures for each of the nine competencies. The program then determines the percentage of students that attained each outcome measure (e.g., minimum score or higher), and aggregates the percentages for both/all measures together to obtain the percentage of students demonstrating competence inclusive of two (2) or more measures. The result of aggregating both/all outcome measure percentages provides the percentage of students achieving the competency benchmark. An aggregated percentage at or above the competency benchmark is considered achievement of that competency. If the program has more than one program option, the program must report data for each program option, and also an aggregate of all program options combined to determine an overall percentage of students across all program options achieving the competency benchmark.

Posting Form AS 4 for Ongoing Compliance with AS 4.0.3

Per the requirement of CSWE COA’s recognizing body, the Council on Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA), and accreditation standard 4.0.3, programs must post this form publicly on its website and routinely up-date (minimally every 2 years) its findings.  Upon request, programs must provide CSWE with the weblink to the published form on the program’s website where it is accessible to the public.  Data presented on the form must be collected within 2 years of today’s date at all times. 

Summary of the Program’s Assessment Plan | Generalist Practice

All students are assessed using a minimum of two measures on their mastery of the nine competencies that comprise the Educational Policy and Accreditation Standards of the Council on Social Work Education and any additional competencies programs may choose to add.  Summarize the program’s competency-based assessment plan.  Programs may add/delete rows to accurately reflect the number measures included in the data presented.

Assessment Measure #1: Agency Supervisor Evaluation Form
Dimension(s) assessed: Knowledge and Skills
When/where students are assessed: Midterm and Final at the Agency Site
Who assessed student competence: Agency Supervisor
Outcome Measure Benchmark (minimum score indicative of achievement) for Competencies 1-9:  On a scale of 0-7 the acceptable score is 4-7
(Add additional rows if Outcome Measure Benchmarks are different per competency) NA
Competency Benchmark (percent of students the program expects to have achieved the minimum scores, inclusive of all measures) for Competencies 1-9: 80%
(Add additional rows if Competency Benchmarks are different per competency) NA
Assessment Measure #2: Student Portfolio Evaluation
Dimension(s) assessed: Knowledge & Values
When/where students are assessed: During the final Practicum
Who assessed student competence: Instructor of record/ Assessment Instructor
Outcome Measure Benchmark (minimum score indicative of achievement) for Competencies 1-9:  On a scale of 0-7 the acceptable score is 4-7
(Add additional rows if Outcome Measure Benchmarks are different per competency) NA
Competency Benchmark (percent of students the program expects to have achieved the minimum scores, inclusive of all measures) for Competencies 1-9: 80%
(Add additional rows if Competency Benchmarks are different per competency) NA
 

 

Directions for completing Form AS 4

Indicate the benchmark percentage for each competency.  The competency benchmark is the percent of students the program expects to have achieved both/all outcome measure benchmarks.  Programs calculate the percentage of students achieving each outcome measure benchmark, then calculate the percentage of students achieving each competency inclusive of two or more measures for each program option.  Programs with multiple program options must present data for each program option, and in aggregate inclusive of all program options per competency.  Programs may add/delete columns to accurately reflect the number of program options offered.  This is a required form.  The assessment data table may be altered to accurately reflect the number of program options offered and additional program-developed competencies program. However, beyond these formatting alternations, the program may not alter the content of this form. 

 Assessment Data Collected during the Academic Year (2020-2021) 

COMPETENCY COMPETENCY BENCHMARK (%) PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS ACHIEVING BENCHMARK 
   

Aggregate of Students
from All Program Options

n = (Number of students)

Program Option #1
(Troy/Face-to-Face)

n = (Number of students)

Program Option #2 
(On-Line)

n = (Number of students)

Competency 1:
Demonstrate Ethical
and Professional
Behavior
80%
of students will
demonstrate
competence
inclusive of 2
measures

N=132

99.6%

N=42
Average: 42

100%

N=90
Average: 89.5

99%

Competency 2:
Engage Diversity
and Difference in
Practice
80%
of students will 
demonstrate
 competence
 inclusive of 2 
measures

N=132

100%

N=42
Average: 42

100%

N=90
Average: 90

100%

Competency 3:
Advance Human
Rights and Social,
Economic, and
Environmental
Justice
80%
of students will 
demonstrate
 competence
 inclusive of 2 
measures

N=132

99.6%

N=42
Average: 41.5

99%

N=90
Average: 90

100%

 

Competency 4:
Engage in Practice-
informed Research
and Research-
informed Practice

80%
of students will 
demonstrate
 competence
 inclusive of 2 
measures

N=132

98%

N=42
Average: 41.5

99%

N=90
Average: 87

97%

Competency 5:
Engage in Policy
Practice
80%
of students will 
demonstrate
 competence
 inclusive of 2 
measures

N=132

98%

N=42
Average: 41.5

99%

N=90
Average: 88

98%

Competency 6:
Engage with
Individuals,
Families, Groups,
Organizations, and
Communities
80%
of students will 
demonstrate
 competence
 inclusive of 2 
measures

N=132

96.6%

N=42
Average: 40.5

96%

N=90
Average: 87

97%

Competency 7:
Assess Individuals,
Families, Groups,
Organizations, and
Communities
80%
of students will 
demonstrate
 competence
 inclusive of 2 
measures

N=132

95.8%

N=42
Average: 40

95%

 

N=90
Average: 86.5

96%

Competency 8:
Intervene with
Individuals,
Families, Groups,
Organizations, and
Communities
80%
of students will 
demonstrate
 competence
 inclusive of 2 
measures

N=132

96.6%

N=42
Average: 41

98%

N=90
Average: 86.5

96%

Competency 9:
Evaluate Practice
with Individuals,
Families, Groups,
Organizations, and
Communities
80%
of students will 
demonstrate
 competence
 inclusive of 2 
measures

N=132

96%

N=42
Average: 41

98%

N=90
Average: 86

96%

 

BSW 2019-2020 CHEA Data

Last completed on January 2019

Competency Competency Benchmark
PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS ACHIEVING BENCHMARK
 
    Program Option #1
(Troy/Face to Face)
Program Option #2
(Dothan/Face to Face)
Program Option #3
(Phenix City/Face to Face)
Aggregate of All Program Options
Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior 4-7

S: 5.7/100% (n=41)

FL: 6.0/100% (n=41)

S: 5.7/100% (n=8)

FL: 5.8/100% (n=8)

S: 6.1/100% (n=14)

FL: 6.2/100% (n=14)

S: 5.8/100% (N=63)

FL: 6.0/100% (N=63)

Competency 2: Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice 4-7

S: 5.7/100% (n=41)

FL: 6.0/100% (n=41)

S: 5.7/100% (n=8)

FL: 5.7/100% (n=8)

S: 6.0/100% (n=14)

FL: 6.1/100% (n=14)

S: 5.8/100% (N=63)

FL: 5.9/100% (N=63)

Competency 3: Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice 4-7

S: 5.5/100% (n=41)

FL: 5.7/100% (n=41)

S: 5.4/100% (n=8)

FL: 5.5/100% (n=8)

S: 5.9/100% (n=14)

FL: 5.9/100% (n=14)

S: 5.6/100% (N=63)

FL: 5.7/100% (N=63)

Competency 4: Engage In Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice 4-7

S: 5.3/95.1% (n=41)

FL: 5.4/97.6% (n=41)

S: 5.3/100% (n=8)

FL: 5.7/100% (n=8)

S: 6.0/100% (n=14)

FL: 6.0/100% (n=14)

S: 5.5/96.8% (N=63)

FL: 5.7/98.4% (N=63)

Competency 5: Engage in Policy Practice 4-7

S: 5.2/97.6% (n=41)

FL: 5.6/100% (n=41)

S: 5.3/100% (n=8)

FL: 5.5/100% (n=8)

S: 6.0/100% (n=14)

FL: 5.9/100% (n=14)

S: 5.5/98.4% (N=63)

FL: 5.7/100% (N=63)

Competency 6: Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 4-7

S: 5.7/100% (n=41)

FL: 5.9/100% (n=41)

S: 5.9/100% (n=8)

FL: 5.9/100% (n=8)

S: 6.2/100% (n=14)

FL: 6.3/100% (n=14)

S: 5.9/100% (N=63)

FL: 6.0/100% (N=63)

Competency 7: Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 4-7

S: 5.5/97.6% (n=41)

FL: 5.7/97.6% (n=41)

S: 5.8/100% (n=8)

FL: 5.9/100% (n=8)

S: 6.1/100% (n=14)

FL: 6.1/100% (n=14)

S: 5.8/98.4% (N=63)

FL: 5.9/98.4% (N=63)

Competency 8: Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 4-7

S: 5.4/95.1% (n=41)

FL: 5.6/97.6% (n=41)

S: 5.4/100% (n=8)

FL: 5.6/100% (n=8)

S: 6.1/100% (n=14)

FL: 6.0/100% (n=14)

S: 5.6/96.8% (N=63)

FL: 5.7/98.4% (N=63)

Competency 9: Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 4-7

S: 5.3/95.1% (n=41)

FL: 5.6/97.6% (n=41)

S: 5.5/100% (n=8)

FL: 5.8/100% (n=8)

S: 6.1/100% (n=14)

FL: 6.1/100% (n=14)

S: 5.6/96.8% (N=63)

FL: 5.8/98.4% (N=63)

 

MSW 2020-2021 CHEA Data

Assessment Data Collected during the Academic Year (2020-2021) 
Program Option #1: (Troy Online/Online Delivery)

COMPETENCY COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK (%)
(GENERALIST)

COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK 

(AREA OF
SPECIALIZED
PRACTICE) 

PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS
ACHIEVING BENCHMARK 
      Generalist Practice
 
n = (Number of students)
Area of Specialized Practice #1 (Organizational Leadership and Management)
 
n = (Number of students)
Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45

89%
N=13
 
100%
Competency 2: Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
90%
N=13
 
100%
Competency 3: Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%
Competency 4: Engage in Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%
Competency 5: Engage in Policy Practice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
86%
N=13
 
100%
Competency 6: Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%
Competency 7: Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%
Competency 8: Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
88%
N=13
 
100%
Competency 9: Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%

 

Assessment Data Collected during the Academic Year (2020-2021)
Program Option #2: (Dothan Campus/Face-to-Face Delivery)

COMPETENCY
 
COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK (%)
(GENERALIST)
COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK 
 (AREA OF
SPECIALIZED
PRACTICE) 
PERCENTAGE
OF STUDENTS
ACHIEVING
BENCHMARK 
     

Area of Specialized Practice #1 (Direct Practice)

n = (Number of students)

Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=17
 
100%
Competency 2: Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=17
 
100%
Competency 3: Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=17
 
100%
Competency 4: Engage in Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=17
 
100%
Competency 5: Engage in Policy Practice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=17
 
100%
Competency 6: Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=17
 
100%
Competency 7: Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures  80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures  N=17
 
100%
Competency 8: Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures  80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures  N=17
 
100%
Competency 9: Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures  80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures  N=17
 
100%

 

Assessment Data Collected during the Academic Year (2020-2021) 
Program Option #3: (Montgomery Campus/Face-to-Face Delivery)

COMPETENCY COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK (%)
(GENERALIST)
COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK  
(AREA OF
SPECIALIZED
PRACTICE) 
PERCENTAGE
OF STUDENTS
ACHIEVING
BENCHMARK 
      Area of
Specialized
Practice #1
(Direct Practice)
 
n = (Number
of students)
Competency 1:
Demonstrate
Ethical and
Professional
Behavior
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
N=22
 
100%

Competency 2: 
Engage Diversity
 and Difference 
in Practice

80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
N=22
 
100%

Competency 3: 
Advance Human
Rights and Social,
Economic, and
Environmental Justice

80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
N=22
 
100%
Competency 4:
Engage in
Practice-informed
Research and
Research-informed
Practice
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
N=22
 
100%
Competency 5:
Engage in
Policy Practice
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
N=22
 
100%
Competency 6:
Engage with
Individuals,
Families, Groups,
Organizations, and Communities
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
N=22
 
100%
Competency 7:
Assess Individuals,
Families, Groups,
Organizations, and Communities
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
N=22
 
100%
Competency 8:
Intervene with
Individuals,
Families, Groups,
Organizations, and Communities
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
N=22
 
100%
Competency 9:
Evaluate Practice
with Individuals,
Families, Groups,
Organizations, and Communities
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
80% of students 
will demonstrate 
competence 
inclusive of 
2 measures
N=22
 
100%

 

Assessment Data Collected during the Academic Year (2020-2021) 
Program Option #4: (Phenix City Campus/Face-to-Face Delivery)

COMPETENCY COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK (%)
(GENERALIST)
COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK  
(AREA OF
SPECIALIZED
PRACTICE)
PERCENTAGE
OF STUDENTS
ACHIEVING
BENCHMARK 
      Area of Specialized Practice #1 (Direct Practice)

 n = (Number of students)
Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=32
 
98%
Competency 2:
Engage Diversity
and Difference
in Practice
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=32
 
100%
Competency 3:
Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=32
 
97%
Competency 4:
Engage in
Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=32
 
95%
Competency 5: Engage in Policy Practice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=32
 
98%
Competency 6:
Engage with Individuals,
Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=32
 
98%
Competency 7:
Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=32
 
97%
Competency 8:
Intervene with Individuals,
Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=32
 
98%
Competency 9:
Evaluate Practice
with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=32
 
97%

 

Assessment Data Collected during the Academic Year (2020-2021) 
Program Option #5: (Troy Campus/Face-to-Face Delivery)

COMPETENCY

COMPETENCY BENCHMARK (%) (GENERALIST)

COMPETENCY BENCHMARK 

(AREA OF SPECIALIZED PRACTICE) 

PERCENTAGE

OF STUDENTS ACHIEVING BENCHMARK 

     

Area of

Specialized

Practice #1

(Direct

Practice)

 n = (Number of students)

Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

N=24

 

100%

Competency 2:

Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

N=24

 

100%

Competency 3:

Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

N=24

 

100%

Competency 4:

Engage in

Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

N=24

 

100%

Competency 5:

Engage in Policy Practice

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

N=24

 

100%

Competency 6:

Engage with Individuals,

Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

N=24

 

100%

Competency 7:

Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

N=24

 

100%

Competency 8:

Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

N=24

 

100%

Competency 9:

Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures

N=24

 

96%

 

OVERALL ASSESSMENT OF STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOMES 
(Aggregate Findings for All Students from All Program Options Combined) 
 
Assessment Data Collected during the Academic Year (2020-2021)

COMPETENCY COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK 
 
(GENERALIST)
COMPETENCY
BENCHMARK 
 
(AREA OF
SPECIALIZED
PRACTICE) 
PERCENTAGE OF STUDENTS ACHIEVING BENCHMARK 
      Generalist Practice Area of
Specialized
Practice #1 (Organizational Leadership and Management)
Area of Specialized Practice #2 (Direct Practice)
Competency 1: Demonstrate Ethical and Professional Behavior
 
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
89%
N=13
 
100%
N=95
 
99%
Competency 2: Engage Diversity and Difference in Practice
 
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
90%
N=13
 
100%
 N=95
 
100%
Competency 3: Advance Human Rights and Social, Economic, and Environmental Justice  80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%
N=95
 
99%
Competency 4: Engage In Practice-informed Research and Research-informed Practice 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%
N=95
 
98%
Competency 5: Engage in Policy Practice
 
80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
86%
N=13
 
100%
N=95
 
99%
Competency 6: Engage with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities  80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%
N=95
 
99%
Competency 7: Assess Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities  80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%
N=95
 
99%
Competency 8: Intervene with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
88%
N=13
 
100%
N=95
 
99%
Competency 9: Evaluate Practice with Individuals, Families, Groups, Organizations, and Communities 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures 80% of students will demonstrate competence inclusive of 2 measures N=45
 
87%
N=13
 
100%
N=95
 
98%