The purpose of an academic unit review is to assess the quality and effectiveness of that unit, to potentially modify the unit because of the review, and to provide benchmarks for additional planning and assessment.  As such, unit reviews are a critical element in assessment and strategic planning.

2007-2015 CYCLE OF ACADEMIC UNIT REVIEWS

2007-2008
Architecture
Biology
Computer Science
Geography
Geology
Information and Communication Sciences
Music
Physics and Astronomy
Radiation Therapy
Technology (ABET – Focused visit)

2008-2009
Anthropology
History
Journalism
MA/AuD Speech-Language Pathology
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Urban Planning

2009-2010
Communication Studies
Criminal Justice and Criminology
English (included IEI)
Modern Languages and Classics
Technology
Departments of the Miller College of Business (AACSB)
Natural Resources and Environmental Management moved to fall 2010
Wellness and Gerontology
Physical Education, Sport, and Exercise Science (all)
Nutrition and Health Science

2010-2011
Speech Pathology & Audiology
Teachers College (NCATE)
Landscape Architecture
Nursing
Honors College

2011-2012
Art
Sociology
Theatre and Dance
Women’s and Gender Studies
Rinker Center for International Programs (RCIP)

2012-2013
Architecture
Chemistry
Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) (grad) (undergrad and grad in 2016-2017)
Psychological Science moved back one year due to building renovations
Telecommunications

2013-2014
AACSB interim report
Educational Psychology
Mathematical Sciences
Social Work

2014-2015
AS Radiography
BS Respiratory Therapy
Counseling Psychology and Guidance Services
Philosophy and Religious Studies
Political Science (including legal studies)

NOTE: Teachers College Departments
For the program reviews, Teachers College will submit all NCATE reports to the Office of the Provost annually.

NOTE: Military Science
Thorough review every 2 years; less detailed review every year.