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The portfolio will be used to evaluate students’ personal growth and academic progress in the study of Ethics. A portfolio provides a comprehensive record of experiences, achievements, and demonstration of competencies. The portfolio adds depth to course transcripts.
Each portfolio should include a list of materials selected for inclusion. The first page of the portfolio will be a cover sheet. The cover sheet must include the titles of the three papers, course for which paper was written, professor who taught the course, grade received for each paper. The cover sheet will also list any additional materials the student would like to include in the portfolio. These additional materials might include service learning project reflections, additional community service projects undertaken, and reflections on courses taken as part of the concentration. A reflective essay should follow the cover sheet. The reflective essay should include: Brief description of each paper submitted, analysis of how the student’s thinking about ethical theories and issues has developed, how the concentration has impacted the student’s understanding of potential workplace challenges. Students should include their three papers next. These do not need to be revised for inclusion in the portfolio. The last part of the portfolio is reserved for any additional materials the student has chosen to include.