Selected Resources that Support Program Review
Data resources on this page support program review, specifically the self study.
The director of Academic Planning and Institutional Research (Provost’s Office) and the assistant dean of Academic Planning and Assessment (Graduate School) are available to work with dean’s offices in support of program review and to assist program faculty with the assembly of data in support of self-study preparation. Deans and program faculty are invited to contact these offices for assistance.
Some examples of web resources include:
- Trends in Enrollment by Major/Degree/Certificate
- Trends in Degrees/Awards by Major/Certificate
- Courses Completed by Undergraduates, by Major
- Graduate Program Profiles and Career Outcomes Exit Survey
- Graduate School Explorer provides information about student admissions, enrollment, funding, degrees, and completion
- PhD Outcomes - Completion Rates and Time to Degree
- Undergraduate First Destination Survey
- National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE), including results by Major Field Category
- Undergraduate Grade Reports, including D/F/Drop Rates and Grade Gap Data
- Academic Structure (to link programs to be reviewed to the home department)
- Data Digest
- Budget Information and Expenditure Reports
- Research and Sponsored Programs
- Department Planning Profiles
- Provides quantitative indicators to support planning in academic departments and program review.
- Includes 95 indicators in several topic areas: permanent faculty and staff commitments, instructional FTE, non-instructional FTE, credits generated, enrollments in majors, degrees, extra-mural awards.
Programs should also make use of their annual assessment reports and other Student Learning Assessment.