Certificates - General Resources - FAQ: What does low-award producing mean for a certificate program?
Low-award producing certificate programs are those certificate programs that award fewer than 10 certificates in 5 years. Dean’s offices will be asked to conduct a review of certificate programs that are low-award producing, even if a review has been completed recently. Certificates that have not been awarded in a five year period will be automatically discontinued.
You may access APIR’s annual report of trends in certificate awards at http://apir.wisc.edu/students-degrees.htm.
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