Agricultural Education and Communication Department

Degree Name

Master of Agricultural Education




Bill Kellogg


This internship report contains documented evidence required in meeting the quality criteria used to evaluate Community College Programs. These criteria were established by the Agriculture/Natural Resources Advisory Committee and are used to evaluate Community Colleges throughout California. In addition to documented evidence, the internship report also includes a special project on Program Effectiveness. The project created a degree qualification profile for the Agriculture Science and Technology degree at West Hills College, Coalinga which was approved by the DQPP committee at West Hills College, Coalinga. The DQP describes five basic areas of learning: Broad, Integrative Knowledge; Specialized Knowledge; Intellectual Skills; Applied Learning; and Civic Learning. Associates Degree DQP is as a framework for aligning institutional, program, and student learning outcomes, and for developing effective assessment strategies. The DQPP assists in the evaluation and revision of degree-level student learning outcomes for increased student achievement.





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