Measuring Course Competencies In A School Of Business: The Use Of Standardized Curriculum And Rubrics

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Jane Whitney Gibson


assurance of learning, rubrics, measuring course competencies


This paper examines the growing emphasis on measurement of course competencies by individual college students through two course examples, an undergraduate course in managing change and conflict and a graduate course in human resource management. The author explains how standardized curriculum and assignment rubrics are being used to measure student achievement and as a vehicle for ongoing assurance of learning efforts.


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