SFCC has five general education learning outcomes. These outcomes are referred to as Essential Skills Outcomes or ESOs. Through the assessment of these ESOs, we demonstrate our commitment to educational achievement and improvement across the curriculum and in co-curricular domains.
SFCC Essential Skills Outcomes
Communication: Students will be able to respond to a diverse range of situations and texts with appropriate written, oral, visual and other forms of communication using a variety of media.
Critical Thinking: Students will be able to delineate a problem or question, acquire evidence, evaluate evidence, and develop reasonable conclusions.
Information and Digital Literacy: Students will be able to engage in a thoughtful research process including evaluating and communicating information. Students will be able to use digital tools to complete academic and professional tasks.
Personal and Social Responsibility: Students will be able to interact and collaborate with others in ethical and culturally appropriate ways. Students will demonstrate an understanding of the relationship among environmental, socio-cultural, political, and/or economic systems as they interact with and affect the sustainability of the natural and human worlds.
Quantitative Reasoning: Students will be able to represent and communicate quantitative information, analyze and formulate quantitative arguments, and solve quantitative contextual problems.