Upon completion of this course of study the student will be able to:
A variety of strategies are utilized to assess learning for the student. Following are descriptions of the listed assessment strategies and submission timelines.
Unit Exams (35%)
Each unit of study has a complimentary examination. Students should complete each examination and submit it for feedback. Recommended due dates are published in the course calendar for each test. See the course calendar for the published date by which all Unit Exams MUST be submitted. Exams submitted after this date will be penalized 10%.Lab Assignments (25%)
All students are required to complete each of the three (3) lab assignments. The student is to select the required number of projects from the ones listed (follows the ARRT-mandated experiences) & complete the designated number of repetitions for each project. Each of the three lab assignments includes projects that require little or no special equipment or tools. All lab assignments are due by the date published in the course calendar. Late submissions will be penalized 10%.
Comprehensive Final (40%)
The final exam will be comprehensive over all course content & a proctor is required for this exam only (Proctor Application is available in the Course Content). The comprehensive final examination is of multiple-choice format. Please utilize course goals, unit objectives, study guides, and unit examinations in review for the final examination. This is a closed-book/notes exam.A proctor will administer the examination. The student must complete a proctor form and submit it to the course instructor by the date published in the course calendar. Please schedule an appointment with your proctor as early as possible but no later than the date published in the course calendar. Inform your instructor of the final date so that the instructor can be available in the event that assistance is needed.Students must complete the final (and all course work) by the dates published in the Course Calendar.
Standard rules of rounding will be used, i.e. decimals 0.5 & higher will round up & decimals below 0.5 will round down. You should complete all course requirements during the semester of initial enrollment. A grade of ‘F’ will be assigned to students who fail to complete all course assignments in the time allotted by the University. If you have questions or experience difficulties during the semester, please contact your instructor.