Academic Program Assessment

PURSUING LEARNING IMPROVEMENTS

Academic assessment has assumed a significant and important role within the higher education community. All stakeholders engaged in the educational mission of institutions of higher education – students, faculty, and staff – share responsibility for pursuing learning improvements that can be gleaned from meaningful systematic assessment of student learning. Academic assessment is best conducted in a collaborative climate, fostering partnerships between academic and student affairs personnel, external organizations and stakeholders. Academic assessment has the ability to inform future policy decisions, nurture faculty development, enhance accountability, and improve student learning.

 

College of Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences

Programs

Years/Data

2018-19

Civic Engagement

2019-20

CE Improvement

Anthropology/Sociology SOC 315  SOC 403 (ol)
Art
Communication Studies
English/Writing WR 339 (ol)
History HIST 383 (ol)  HIST 403
Integrative Studies IS 401
Music MUS 445 
Politics and Economics POLS 350 
Theatre THEA 349  THEA 406

College of STM & Health Sciences

Programs

Years/Data

2018-19

Civic Engagement

2019-20

CE Improvement

Biology BIOL 320 
Chemistry/Biochemistry
Computer Science CS 427
Mathematics
Physical Activity  HWS 351
Psychology

College of Business

Programs

Years/Data

2018-19

Civic Engagement

2019-20

CE Improvement

Business
EMSA  EMSA 315 (ol)  EMSA 415 (ol)
FSA
Economics

College of Education

Programs

Years/Data

2018-19

Civic Engagement

2019-20

CE Improvement

Education

Composite Reports

2018-19

Civic Engagement

2019-20

CE Improvement 

  

Archive 2018-2030

Archive 2015-2018

Archive 2009-2015