Institutional Obligation for Public Disclosure
Miles College is committed to the success of all students. The College goals for student achievement are rooted in its mission and general education core which involves students in rigorous study of the liberal arts as preparation for work and lifelong learning, in the acquisition of verbal, technological, and cultural literacy, through the completion of courses in Humanities/Fine Arts, Natural Sciences and Mathematics, and Social and Behavioral Sciences. With this solid foundation in the liberal arts, the College aims to graduate students who seek holistic development that leads to intellectual, ethical, spiritual and service-oriented lives.
As a measure of success for student achievement, the College has identified five core competencies that each students must demonstrate at a proficiency level of 70% or higher, regardless of program of study. Upon completion of the general education core and program of study, Miles College students will demonstrate proficiency in five core competencies, which are: communications, critical thinking, global community awareness, technology, and interpersonal skills.
Miles College General Education Program Effectiveness
Academic Year, 2013-2014
Student Learning Outcome
Upon completion of the General Education Curriculum, students will demonstrate proficiency in the five core competencies.
70% of students will perform at a proficiency level of 70% or higher in overall program effectiveness of the combined five core competencies: communications, critical thinking, global community awareness, technology, and interpersonal skills.
72.7% of students performed at or above the 70% level of proficiency, which exceeds the benchmark by 2.7%