Institutional Research and Assessment

Historical End-of-Program Review AY 06-07 to AY 12-13

Each grid below provides the opportunity to explore results for a particular academic area by type of program or as an overview that summarizes information across all types of programs.

EPR 2012-13

Of the 198 undergraduate programs offered in 2012-13, 141 participated in the End-of-Program Review resulting in a 71% response rate. Note some changes in a few sections of the survey; these are the result of faculty redesign in summer 2012. In addition, the analysis categories of this report are by program type (First-Year, Lower Division, Sophomore-Senior, Upper Division and All Level) instead of planning units.

You can view:

Academic Area
All
Programs
First
Year
(FY only)
Lower
Division
(FY-SO)
Soph-
Senior
(SO-SR)
Upper
Division
(JR-SR)
All
Level
(FR-SR)
Art
Humanities
Math/Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning
Natural, Physical, and Computer Sciences
Social Sciences
Writing
Information Technology Literacy
Critical Thinking
Sustainability
Oppression, Privilege, and Difference
Community-Based Projects/Service Learning
Student Academic Statement
Advising

EPR 2011-12

Of the 193 undergraduate programs offered in 2011-12, 136 participated in the End-of-Program Review resulting in a 70% response rate. You can view:

Academic Area
Overview
CS
CTL
EA
ES
IA
SI
SPBC
S&J
TAC
TRI
Art
Natural and Physical Sciences
Humanities
Social Sciences
Math
Writing
Information Technology Literacy
Critical Thinking
Addressing Oppression, Privilege, and Difference
Sustainability
Community-Based Projects/Service Learning
Compelling Intellectual Experiences and Successful Pedagogical Practices
Browse by Program Type

EPR 2010-11

Of the 149 undergraduate programs offered in 2010-11, 100 participated in the End-of-Program Review resulting in a 67% response rate. You can view:

Academic Area
Overview
Core
CS
CTL
EA
ES
IA
SI
SPBC
TAC
TRI
Art
Natural and Physical Sciences
Humanities
Social Sciences
Math
Writing
Information Technology Literacy
Critical Thinking
Addressing Oppression, Privilege, and Difference
Sustainability
Community-based projects/service learning
Compelling Intellectual Experiences and Successful Pedagogical Practices
Browse by Program Type

EPR 2009-10

Of the 175 undergraduate programs offered in 2009-10, 132 participated in the End-of-Program Review resulting in a 75% response rate. You can view:

Academic Area
Overview
Core
CTL
EA
ES
EWS
IA
SI
SPBC
TRI
Art
Natural and Physical Sciences
Humanities
Social Sciences
Math
Writing
Information Technology Literacy
Critical Thinking
Addressing Oppression, Privilege, and Difference
Sustainability
Community-based projects/service learning
Compelling Intellectual Experiences and Successful Pedagogical Practices
Browse by Program Type

EPR 2008-09

Of the 148 undergraduate programs offered in 2008-09, 119 participated in the End-of-Program Review resulting in an 80% response rate. You can view:

Academic Area
Overview
Core
CTL
EA
ES
EWS
IA
SI
SPBC
TRI
Art
Natural and Physical Sciences
Humanities
Social Sciences
Math
Writing
Information Technology Literacy
Critical Thinking
Addressing Oppression, Privilege, and Difference
Sustainability
Community-based projects/service learning
Compelling Intellectual Experiences and Successful Pedagogical Practices
Browse by Program Type

EPR 2007-08

Of the 144 undergraduate programs offered in 2007-08, 116 (81%) participated in the End-of-Program Review. You can view:

Academic Area
Overview
Core
CTL
EA
ES
EWS
IA
NAWIP
SI
SPBC
TRI
Art
Natural and Physical Sciences
Humanities
Social Sciences
Math
Writing
Information Technology Literacy
Critical Thinking
Addressing Oppression, Privilege, and Difference
Sustainability
Community-based projects/service learning
Compelling Intellectual Experiences and Successful Pedagogical Practices
Browse by Program Type

EPR 2006-07

Of the 144 undergraduate programs offered in 2006-07, 118 participated in the End-of-Program Review for a response rate of 82%.

  Overview
Responses by Type of Program
Core CTL EA ES EWS IA SI SPBC TRI
Art
Natural and Physical Sciences
Humanities
Social Sciences
Math
Writing
Information Technology Literacy
Critical Thinking
Addressing Oppression, Privilege, and Difference
Community-based projects/service learning
Compelling Intellectual Experiences and Successful Pedagogical Practices
Browse by Program Type