Rubrics

Written Communications Rubric [get pdf] [get doc] [see status]
The writing rubric used to assess written communication utilizes a rating scale of 1 (poor) to 4 (excellent). This rubric was adapted from Winona State University’s written communications rubric.

Verbal Communications Rubric [get pdf] [get doc] [see status]
The rubric used to assess oral communication utilizes a rating scale of 1 (poor) to 4 (excellent). This rubric was adapted from the Ohio State University’s oral communications rubric.

Professionalism Rubric [get pdf] [get doc] [see status]
The rubric used to assess professionalism utilizes a rating scale of 1 (unacceptable) to 4 (exemplary) . This rubric was adapted from the University of Scranton, Kania School of Management’s oral communications and presentation rubrics.

Ethics Rubric [get pdf] [get doc] [see status]
The rubric used to assess ethics utilizes a rating scale of 1 (unacceptable) to 5 (excellent). This rubric was designed by Dr. Greg Young of North Carolina State University, College of Management.

Global Awareness [get pdf] [get doc] [see status]
The rubric used to assess global awareness utilizes a rating scale of 1 (not proficient) to 3 (proficient). This rubric was adapted from California State University at East Bay’s global awareness.

Diversity Rubric [get pdf] [get doc] [see status]
This rubric is divided into two sections: (1) categories of diversity and (2) content of diversity essay. This rubric was adapted from University of Michigan’s diversity awareness rubric.

Note: Some program-level learning objectives do not require rubrics as the assessment is embedded in an automated activity (i.e. information technology, and discipline specific knowledge).

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