Policies, Procedures, and Resources

UWF Academic Policies, Procedures, and Guidelines for BOG regulations and reports on Academic Learning Compacts. Resources for faculty who prepare or renew curriculum change requests for academic courses, programs, and certificates.

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Academic Learning Compacts and Academic Learning Plans (AC-43.01-09.16) (pdf) (Approved September 2016)

Guidelines for Implementing ALC and ALP Policy

8.016 Student Learning Outcomes Assessment  
(Approved by Board of Governors, January 19, 2012)

Curriculum Maps Guidelines

Writing Student Learning Outcomes for Certificate Programs & Stand Alone Minors

Non-degree Programs include "stand-alone" minors.  A stand-alone minor is a minor that can be earned in a program that does not offer an undergraduates degree iwth a major in that discipline (for example, a student can earn a minor in Military Science students but cannot complete a bachelor's degree with a major in Military Science). Program level student learning outcomes (SLOs) and curriculum maps for stand-alone minors must be posted on the Center for University Teaching and Learning website.

Students can also earn a minor in a discipline that also offers a major (e.g., History). Because courses used to complete these minors are a subset of courses used to complete a major, the SLOs for the minor must be a subset of the SLOs described on the Academic Learning Compact. Therefore, these minors do not post SLOs for the minor.

Handouts from Writing Student Learning Outcomes-Certificate Programs Workshop

Current CCR Submission Workshop PowerPoint Presentations:  Preparing and Revising CCRs

Current CCR Workshop Handout (pdf) 6 slides per page
Current CCR Workshop Slides  (pdf) 1 slide per page

UWF Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Status Report to Board of Governors

Current UWF Student Learning Outcomes Assessment Status Report to BOG (pdf)

Updated: 10/25/2016 tmd