g) Student Evaluation
Provide details on student evaluation procedures. Make specific reference to the way in which students are typically evaluated in campus classroom offerings and the way in which evaluation of students will be conducted in the distance education mode. Show that this accommodation will have similar evaluation validity. Describe examination security procedures.
h) Program Review
Detail your plan for evaluation of courses and assessment of program effectiveness. Indicate the way in which this process will be proactive, i.e., affecting the success and quality of the activity on a continuous basis.
I) Cooperating Units
Detail cooperative relationships with other university units. Departments are encouraged to seek cooperative relationships with existing university units (Information Technology, Distance Learning, University Libraries, Student Affairs, etc.) for the development, implementation, and maintenance of this program.
Provide information regarding the characteristics of the population you expect to serve- who they are, where they are, what background they have, what knowledge they possess, and what technical skills do you expect them to have in order to successfully matriculate this program.
b) Program Need
Describe the need that this program addresses and provide details and documents related to your assessment of this need. Explain why this need is not being met in any other way.
c) Program Demand
Detail your quantitative assessment of actual demand. As part of this task, information about similar extant programs is to be gathered and analyzed for potential impact on the proposed program. Determine a realistic forecast of the number of student credit hours to be produced over a full program cycle (the number of years it would normally take a student to complete the entire program).
Describe the faculty who will staff this program in regard to their expertise, experience and rank.