5. Strategies for Evaluating Undergraduate Degree Programs

  • Coyle J
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Abstract

Evaluating higher education degree programs is an arduous task. This paper suggests innovative strategies for addressing four types of challenges that commonly occur during program evaluation: identifying theoretical models for evaluation, balancing potentially conflicting standards, accommodating faculty differences, and aligning courses. Examples from an undergraduate social work program evaluation are presented to illustrate the strategies.

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Coyle, J. P. (2011). 5. Strategies for Evaluating Undergraduate Degree Programs. Collected Essays on Learning and Teaching, 4, 25. https://doi.org/10.22329/celt.v4i0.3267

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