Student Learning Outcomes – Bible and Theology
Trinity College of Florida’s (TCF) Office of Institutional Effectiveness supports the mission, values, and core commitments by providing institutional research and leadership in the areas of accreditation and assessment. Trinity College of Florida measures and reports the outcomes of student experiences academically, professionally and spiritually. Listed below are Student Learning Outcomes, Retention Rates, Graduation Rates, Cohort Size (enrollment data) and Graduate Employment in Program-related occupations (including academic outcomes).
Bible and Theology Major:
Objectives: Students successfully completing the Bible and Theology B.A. program will demonstrate:
- Knowledge of biblical studies.
outcome #1: percentage of passing grades for the mid-term exam in the Old Testament Poetry and Prophecy course. Spring 2021: 88.9%
- Knowledge of systematic theology.
outcome #2: percentage of passing grades for the mid-term exam in the Christian Belief and Scripture course. Spring 2021: 83.3%
- Knowledge and skills for accurate interpretation and communication of the biblical message.
outcome #3: percentage of passing grades for the mid-term exam in the Hermeneutics course. (I did not teach this course in 2020 due to the Covid pandemic. An adjunct professor taught that offering, and I do not have access to the details of that instance of the course in Canvas. If you must have the 2020 outcome, I can email him for the necessary data. Thus, I am providing here the outcome from the prior year.) Fall 2019: 94.7%