Written Communication (Graduate 2021-2022)

Assessment Results for Individual Programs -Graduate

Each graduate level program chose one writing assignment representative of work done by students from its program and assessed that assignment according to the Written Communication Rubric. The assessments were conducted by two faculty members from each individual program. The results of the assessment are shown in the table below. The number values show the average scores for the four rubric categories.

ProgramAssignment chosenNumber of studentsLine of Reasoning*Organization and StructureContentLanguage/Prose/ SyntaxMean for Program
M.A. in Counseling PsychologyPSY 620: Final Paper183.363.513.443.223.39
M.A. in Heritage ManagementANTH 600
2-year Plans
43.123.382.883.383.19
M.A. in Teaching (MAT)MAT Action Research Projects213.433.813.813.763.70
Master of Education (MEd)M.Ed. Action Research Proposals83.133.313.443.313.30
M.S. in Tropical Conservation Biology and Environmental Science (TCBES)CBES 601 Project Paper #2202.682.632.382.782.61
M.A. in Hawaiian Language and LiteratureKLIN 605
Final Paper
14.004.003.003.003.50
Ph.D. in Hawaiian and Indigenous Language and Culture RevitalizationKIND 731 Final Papers63.583.673.583.583.60
Doctor of Nursing PracticeNURS 617: Scholarly Manuscript of the Practice Defense Project33.502.803.103.303.18
Ph.D. in Pharmaceutical SciencesDissertation23.504.004.003.253.69

* This column is used to simultaneously assess critical thinking.

Note: M.S. TCBES Completed Quantitative Reasoning Core Competency Assessment instead of Written Communication, they will send assessment data when available.

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