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Program-level assessment plans and reports are available on the Program Plans and Reports page, organized alphabetically by program. The expander below provides an index by program type and by University organization.

The Guide is available in two formats: a single pdf or as a series of individual files.

The Guide as a single pdf

The Guide as a series of files

Programs by Type
Programs by Organization

Programs by Type Overview

Academic: Undergraduate: Major Programs:

*An asterisk indicates the program is interdisciplinary.

Academic: Undergraduate: Minors and Interdisciplinary Concentrations:

The following minors have the same learning goals as their respective majors:

The following minors have unique learning goals:

Academic: Undergraduate: Special: Scholarship Programs:

Academic: Undergraduate: Special: Other Special Programs

Academic: Graduate Programs:

Academic: Other Post-Baccalaureate Programs

Academic Support:

Student Support and Co-Curricular Programs:

 

Programs by Organization Overview

Provost’s Office:

College of Arts and Sciences: The Dean’s Office:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Sciences, Mathematics, and Health:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Sciences, Mathematics, and Health: Department of Biology:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Sciences, Mathematics, and Health: Department of Chemistry:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Sciences, Mathematics, and Health: Department of Mathematics and Computer Science:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Sciences, Mathematics, and Health: Department of Physics:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Sciences, Mathematics, and Health: Department of Psychology:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department of Art History and Humanities:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences: Tim Russert Department of Communication and Theater Arts:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department of English:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department of History:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department of Philosophy:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department of Political Science:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department of Sociology and Criminology:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Humanities and Social Sciences: Department of Theology and Religious Studies:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Graduate and Professional Programs:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Graduate and Professional Programs: Department of Counseling:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Graduate and Professional Programs: Department of Education and School Psychology:

  • Advanced Studies in Education (M.A.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education (M.Ed.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Adolescent/Young Adult Education (M.Ed.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Adolescent/Young Adult Education (M.A.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Assessment and Accountability (M.A.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Assessment and Accountability (M.Ed.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Child and Adolescent Health and Wellness (M.Ed.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Child and Adolescent Health and Wellness (M.A.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Curriculum Specialist (M.A.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Curriculum Specialist (M.Ed.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Early Childhood (M.A.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Early Childhood (M.Ed.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Middle Childhood Education (M.A.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Middle Childhood Education (M.Ed.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Reading Teacher (M.A.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Reading Teacher (M.Ed.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder and Effective Interventions (M.Ed.)
  • Advanced Studies in Education: Understanding Autism Spectrum Disorder and Effective Interventions (M.A.)
  • Assessment, Research, and Measurement (Certificate of Advanced Studies)
  • Education (Initial Licensure M.Ed.)
  • Education (School-Based M.Ed.)
  • Education: Adolescent/Young Adult
    • Chemistry
    • Chemistry/Life Science
    • Integrated Language Arts
    • Integrated Mathematics
    • Integrated Social Studies
    • Life Science
    • Life Science/Chemistry
    • Physical Science: Physics/Chemistry
    • Physics
  • Education: Early Childhood
  • Education: Early Childhood Generalist (endorsement)
  • Education: Middle Childhood
  • Education: Reading (Pre-K to 12) (endorsement)
  • Education: Teacher Leader (endorsement)
  • Educational Psychology (M.A.)
  • Educational Psychology (M.Ed.)
  • School Psychology (M.Ed.)
  • School Psychology (Ed.S.)

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Graduate and Professional Programs: Department of Exercise Science:

College of Arts and Sciences: Division of Graduate and Professional Programs: Department of Military Science:

 Boler College of Business: The Dean’s Office:

Boler College of Business: Department of Accountancy:

Boler College of Business: Department of Economics and Finance:

Boler College of Business: Department of Marketing, Management, and Supply Chain:

Other University Divisions

Key Resources

Assistance with Assessment Planning

Rubrics

Other Resources

On May 15, 2015, the Office of Academic Assessment hosted an on-campus free mini-conference to share the information learned by a small team of faculty who attended the Higher Learning Commission’s Annual Conference in late March. Forty-six members of the campus community pre-registered (25 of those with faculty status). There were at least six additional faculty members and more than four additional staff members who also attended at least one session.

 

group attending a conference

Conference Schedule

Evaluation Results

Opening Session–Accreditation 101

Breakout Session–Academic Program Review: Ensuring Quality in the Present and Future (presented by Mike Martin)

Breakout Session–A Survey of Currently Used Innovative Assessments for General Education Student Learning Outcomes (presented by Brendan Foreman)

Breakout Session–Campus-wide Assessment Strategies: Challenges and Opportunities (presented by Maria Marsilli)

Breakout Session–A Process-Oriented Approach for Establishing Student Learning Outcomes (presented by Rosanna Miguel)