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Mission and Outcomes/Objectives Development Worksheet #1

Directions & Recommendations for Development

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Directions & Recommendations for Development

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[Name of Unit/Office/Program] Indicate the appropriate instructional program; administrative or student services office or other administrative unit; or policy area

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[Assessment Period Covered] Two year period (see the appendix from the IAP Handbook on Program Assessment & Review Timeline for the timeline for appropriate program area)

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[Submitted by] To be submitted by the head of the program, office, etc. to appropriate supervisor and/or committee. Ex: instructional programs should be submitted to curriculum  

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[Date Submitted] Date of original submission

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[Institutional Mission] College’s BOR approved mission statement

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[Institutional Strategic Goals Supported] Only the strategic goal (s) from the current college strategic plan to directly relate to the program/offices mission and responsibilities.  Plan developers should also review the quality indicators found in the balanced scorecard for an overview of how quality is measured for the different strategic goals.  In the context of accreditation  the quality indicators represent institutional outcomes and in context of performance budget, the quality indicators are the key results expected of the organization.

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[Unit/Program Mission Statement]

Instructional programs

An effective program mission statement should be linked to the College mission statement and be written in a language so that it can be understood by students and parents.  A mission statement might provide:

A brief history of the program and describe the philosophy of the program

The types of students it serves

The type of professional training it provides

The relative emphasis on teaching , scholarship , and service

Important characteristics of program graduates.

Administrative and student services - First present a philosophical statement related to your units/program/office followed by a listing of the services you provide

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[Unit/Program Goals] As approved by President through appropriate standing committee (Curriculum Committee for instructional programs; Student Services Committee for Student Services Programs; and Planning and Resources Committee for Administrative and other programs)

Instructional programs

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Program goals are broad statements concerning knowledge, skills, or values that faculty expects graduating students to achieve.  They describe general expectations for students, and they should be linked to the program mission.  These goals should include the program learning outcomes, but may also address program review issues such as need to increase program enrollment, graduation rates, student and employer satisfaction, etc.

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Also see Appendix B in the IAP Handbook for additional suggestions

Administrative and students services see the section of the handbook for administrative and student services.  Some key points:

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Can the goals be related to student learning and success?

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Do the goals reflect institutional/department priorities?

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Are the goals SMARTER (specific, measurable, achievement, realistic and time bound)?

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