Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences
The University of Hawaii at Manoa values assessment of student learning. To that end, UH-Manoa staffs the Assessment Office. Their mission is to improve student learning through academic program assessment. Assessment is faculty-driven and faculty-supervised. It involves establishing student learning outcomes, measuring/observing and documenting the extent to which outcomes are achieved, findings ways to improve, and implementing improvement plans.>
For each academic program, assessment reports are required annually. Find the most recent Assessment Reports here.
CTAHR has long valued its undergraduate programs and the importance of preparing our students to enter the workforce. In the late 1980's, the CTAHR Curriculum Task Force came up with 10 CTAHR Critical Skills and Competencies for a CTAHR Graduate. Working with employers of our graduates, through focus groups, the CTAHR Critical Skills and Competencies were born. Since then all curricular materials, including those in the Department of Human Nutrition, Food and Animal Sciences must demonstrate which of these critical skills courses address. These Critical Skills and Competencies underpin all of our undergraduate programs.
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