General Education Assessment Committee
The General Education Assessment Committee of the University of Nebraska Omaha reviews and reforms general education courses to continually improve UNO's academic programs. The Assessment Committee aims to enhance students' development of skills to successfully respond to the challenges and demands of the 21st century. UNO is committed to a process of assessment that is faculty-driven, student-centered, and meets the needs of individual programs.
- To develop better courses for our students.
- To ensure the General Education Courses are appropriate for the foundation of individual programs.
- To improve the General Education Program through internal, rather than external feedback.
- To illustrate departments' needs by gathering evidence for the programs.
UNO Guide for the Assessment of General Education Student Learning Outcomes
Click here to learn more about the general education and assessment.
Please refer to the table below for the Assessment Cycle:
|2017 – 2018||Humanities and Fine Arts, and select courses Social Sciences and Natural Sciences||Humanities and Fine Arts template
Social Sciences template
Natural Sciences template
|2018 – 2019||Cultural Diversity|
|2019 - 2020||Basic Competencies: Writing, Speech, Mathematics|
|Barbara Hewins-Maroney||College of Public Affairs & Community Service|
|Gina Robbins||College of Arts & Sciences|
|Deborah Smith-Howell||Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs
Dean for Graduate Studies
|Germaine Huber||College of Education|
|Jill Russell||Office of Academic and Student Affairs|
|Kath Henebry||College of Business Administration|
|Matt Tracy||Director of General Education and Dual Enrollment|
|Melissa Berke||College of Communication, Fine Arts & Media|
For more information, please contact any member of the committee. You may also send feedback to firstname.lastname@example.org
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