350.020 Program Review Policy


Quality assurance is a hallmark of higher education. A systematic review of degree programs should provide evidence that a degree program is educationally sound and economically viable. Program reviews assist the university, in the discharge of its statutory obligations, to be accountable to the public through summary reports to the Florida Board of Governors. In addition, a program review and its self-study provide input to the Office of the Provost via the Office of Academic Planning and Accountability to determine the following:

•Document how individual academic programs are achieving stated student learning and program outcomes within the context of the university's mission and the Florida Board of Governors' Strategic Plan.

•Monitor the academic programs' performance vis-à-vis national trends.

•Make necessary resource (re-) allocations.

•Inform strategic planning, program development, and budgeting decisions.

Published on 2014-12-22

Administrative Oversight & Contact Information

Susan P Himburg


Office of Academic Planning and Accountability 11200 S.W. Eighth Street, PC 112 Miami FL 33199
  • Phone: 3053483233
  • Facsimile: 3053482322

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