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Academic Program Assessment Reports

School of Arts & Letters

  • Communication Studies
  • English Literature
  • English Writing
  • Fine Arts
  • Fine Arts: Art History
  • Modern Languages
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Theatre

School of Business

  • Undergraduate Business
  • Master of Business Administration
  • Master of Science in Strategic Finance

Division of General Studies

  • General Studies
  • Master of Liberal Studies

Honors Program

  • Honors

School of Natural Sciences

  • Biology
  • Chemistry
  • Computer Science
  • Geosciences
  • Informatics
  • Mathematics

School of Nursing

  • Nursing
  • RN-to-BSN

School of Social Sciences

  • Criminology and Criminal Justice
  • History
  • International Studies
  • Journalism
  • Political Science
  • Psychology
  • Sociology

Assessment Updates

2013-14 Academic Program Assessment Reports are due May 11, 2015. Coordinators, please check your email for step-by-step instructions on report submission.

The new WEAVE assessment and strategic planning software will be fully implemented September 1, 2015, for all academic programs. Over the next few weeks, programs will be given access and instructions to their WEAVE site, with access to their program learning goals, student learning outcomes (SLOs), measures, tools, and data results from 2010-11 through 2013-14. Data from 2014-15 will be added this summer.

In Fall 2015, the typical academic program cycle will resume, and coordinators will be given updates as to the status of their assessment cycle and detailed instructions on submitting their 2014-15 assessment report.

One primary goal of the OIE assessment team is to work with faculty of all programs, especially those with annual or biennial assessment cycles, to improve programmatic assessment and facilitate each program to achieve triennial cycle status. As of Fall 2013:

  • 11 programs (33%) are on the triennial cycle (19 to 25 pts)
  • 3 programs (9%) are on the biennial cycle (16 to 18 pts)
  • 19 programs (58%) are on the annual cycle (less than 16 pts)

Are you a new coordinator? Or are you planning on stepping down as coordinator within the next year? The Assessment Coordinator Guidelines provides information for assessment program coordinators. It is a good tool to pass along.

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