Institutional Research and Assessment

End-of-Program Review Assessment

The End-of-Program Review (EPR) was created by Evergreen's Assessment Study Group to improve cross-curricular general education and to help the college recognize and articulate curricular offerings. In Academic Year 2001-02, the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment began surveying faculty at the end of each program. Faculty are asked which divisional areas of the Liberal Arts and other learning activities are included in their programs. Every five years, faculty and staff convene to synthesize results and make refinements to the survey. As a result of the first five-year review, the End-of-Program Review survey was substantially changed for Academic Year 2006-07. Because of the evolutionary nature of this assessment, trend data should be studied within a particular iteration of the survey: AY 2001-02 through AY 2005-06 or AY 2006-07 through AY 2011-12.

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EPR 2012-13

The End-of-Program Review results from Academic Year 2012-13 are the most recent results available. 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.

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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