The Quality Assurance Office uses the IQAP to oversee cyclical program reviews, new program proposals and major modifications on behalf of the Associate Vice-President, Academic and the Associate Vice-President, Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs.
To ensure the quality of academic programs, all existing programs, new programs and major modifications to existing programs are subject to review by Ontario Universities Council on Quality Assurance (Quality Council). The Quality Assurance Framework (QAF) guides this work. Each university has its own Institutional Quality Assurance Process (IQAP) (pdf) that adheres to the QAF, and has been approved by Senate and ratified by the Quality Council (QC).
- Program Self-Study Report (Appendices excluded)
- Review Committee Report
- Program Response to Review Committee Report
- Recommendation to the Provost
The documents that are developed as a part of this peer review process are:
The Academic Review Committee meets every 6 weeks for 2 to 3 hours.
The Academic Review Committee has been established to administer the policy and procedures established by Council for the review of the academic qualifications of individuals applying for membership in the Association, and to make recommendations to the Executive Director & Registrar following the completion of those reviews.
The purpose of academic program review is to examine, assess, and strengthen programs. The areas in which program quality are evaluated include, but are not limited to:
- quality of educational programs, including an assessment of student outcomes,
- quality of research, creative activity, or scholarly work,
- quality of outreach activities and service to the University, the profession, and the community,
- contribution or importance of the program to other campus programs, and
- potential and future expectations for the program.
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In preparation for the Five-Year Academic Program Review, programs will utilize the APR Form to complete the program self-study. The APR Form is a Word Document and programs are welcome to submit the report as a Word document or a PDF.
To facilitate the program review process, the Office of the Provost has created a series of documents to educate stakeholders about review process and provide time-saving resources.
The Program Review process aligns with the campus strategic goal of ensuring excellence in the academic programs, allowing us to:
The University of Illinois Academic Program Review Process will provide each academic unit with the opportunity to examine its strengths, deficiencies, and strategic goals in a systematic way.
The Academic Program Review (APR) process supports UC Berkeley’s efforts to sustain excellence in each scholarly discipline, as well as in pedagogy and research, and to build a strong and inclusive academic community, in line with campus priorities.
The process is overseen by the Program Review Oversight Committee (PROC), a joint Academic Senate-Administration committee, the process is designed to be forward looking and is an essential element in Berkeley’s institutional accreditation by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).
This Special Issue is a record of the research presented during the Campus Alberta Student Conference on Health (CASCH) 2019. The focus of the Special Issue is health and life sciences research activities taken place by graduate students throughout the province of Alberta.
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