Academic Program Development & Review
Academic Program Proposals
The Office of Academic Affairs review of proposed new academic programs takes place subsequent to college and department reviews, and is undertaken from a campus-wide perspective.
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All proposals for new courses and substantial course changes require approval by the Office of Academic Affairs. Course proposals should be submitted through the online UNO-Courseleaf Course Inventory Management System (CIM-Course).
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Academic Program Review
Internal program reviews conducted by the Academic Planning Council (APC) are an integral part of UNO’s assessment and planning processes for the unit, college, and university. Every academic program offered at UNO will be reviewed at least once within a seven-year cycle, with review reports prepared for the Coordinating Commission for Postsecondary Education (CCPE).
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Degree Program Assessment
Assessment is a central element of academic program quality assurance at UNO. Academic assessment of degree program student learning outcomes is rooted in a continuous improvement model, and assessment data are routinely used to enhance student learning across the curriculum.
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