Health Science Department
Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs)

Health Science SLOs

Addiction Studies

Associate in science degree in Addiction Counseling (Datatel code AS.ADSAC.D)
SLO#1. compare and contrast the efficacy of various assessment tools, motivational strategies, and substance abuse treatment approaches.

SLO#2. describe the importance of cultural competence and how it relates to becoming an effective addiction counselor.

SLO#3. demonstrate basic listening skills.

SLO#4. demonstrate an understanding of the legal and ethical issues that workers may encounter in the addiction treatment field.


Associate in science degree in Addiction Studies (Datatel code AS.ADSAS.D)
SLO#1. compare and contrast the prevalence, impact, and cost of substance use, abuse, and dependence to the individual and society.

SLO#2. demonstrate an understanding of the general terminology related to addiction and recovery.

SLO#3. analyze common family patterns of behavior and the influence addiction has within the family system.


Certificate of achievement in Addiction Counseling (Datatel code CA.ADSAC.D)
SLO#1. compare and contrast the efficacy of various assessment tools, motivational strategies, and substance abuse treatment approaches.

SLO#2. describe the importance of cultural competence and how it relates to becoming an effective addiction counselor.

SLO#3. demonstrate basic listening skills.

SLO#4. demonstrate an understanding of the legal and ethical issues that workers may encounter in the addiction treatment field.


Certificate of achievement in Addiction Studies (Datatel code CA.ADSAS.D)
SLO#1. compare and contrast the prevalence, impact, and cost of substance use, abuse, and dependence to the individual and society.

SLO#2. demonstrate an understanding of the general terminology related to addiction and recovery.

SLO#3. analyze common family patterns of behavior and the influence addiction has within the family system.


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Health Science

Associate in science degree in Health Education (Datatel code AS.HED.D)
SLO#1. apply a multi-dimensional approach to health that incorporates the study of social, behavioral and physiological sciences.

SLO#2. identify risk factors for disease and disability.

SLO#3. analyze the psychological, physical, social, sexual, and environmental influences on health and wellness.

SLO#4. demonstrate behavior-changing techniques to maximize health and wellness.

SLO#5. evaluate information and its sources by articulating and applying fundamental evaluation and selection criteria.


SLOs updated Jul 21, 2014 7:28:08 AM

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