Certificates - General Resources - Program Review
Certificates are to be reviewed five years after implementation and every ten years thereafter (every five years thereafter in Letters and Science). The Office of the Provost maintains a program review schedule in partnership with school/college deans. The review is initiated and overseen by the school/college dean’s office, as are other program reviews. The program faculty have an obligation to participate in the review.
Program review provides a time for program faculty to analyze the quality of their programs as a whole, to affirm ways that the program is working well, and to implement improvements.
For more information, see the Guidelines for Certificates and Context for Program Review.
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