Program and Student Assessment Data
Education and training outcomes
The program reviews pass/fail data per course each semester to determine if a discrepancy exists between goals of the course and performance of the student body. Each student is monitored for progress within the program by grade point standards established by the university at large. Poor performance is placed on probation and more individualized attention is given to that student to remediate a course of success. Advisement may also include recommendation to terminate major if no feasible remedies are possible. Such progress is monitored on a semester basis.
The program has a variety of procedures to evaluate meeting objectives in all curricular components. They include: Classes - Percentage of enrolled students earning grade of B or better in all graduate courses. Grade B or better in all graduate courses. Practica - Percentage of enrolled students earning grade of B or better in all graduate practice activities. Grade of B or better in all graduate practice activities. Research - Percentage of enrolled students earning grade of B or better in all research credit coursework. Grade of B or better in graduate research coursework.
Outcome Assessment Data
|Annual reporting period||2018|
|Number of students whose degrees were conferred by the program||2|
|Median years until graduation for students whose degrees were conferred
by the program
|Number of students enrolled in the program||14|
|Number of students admitted in 2018||3|
|Number of students applied in 2018||9|