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Middle Georgia State University
Comprehensive Program Review

Beginning with the 2013 - 2014 academic year, Middle Georgia State University will begin a new comprehensive program review process (CPR) for academic programs. This process reflects the changes approved by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia in September 2008 which requires institutions to maintain comprehensive program review materials using a password protected website.

The comprehensive program review process is critical to the continuous improvement of academic programs as well as the planning and resources allocation process. The CPR process includes assessment of programs, the use of assessment results to improve institutional effectiveness, and occurs in a regular cycle. Each program being reviewed must complete a self-study, have the self-study reviewed and analyzed, and the gain approval from the Office of the VPAA.

The Assistant VP of Academic Planning and Policy oversees comprehensive program review and is responsible for:

  • Preparing and distributing the program review schedule
  • Meeting with programs scheduled to be reviewed to review the CPR process
  • Assist and support the academic program self-study committee
  • Monitor the status of the CPR cycle
  • Provide appropriate data in support of the self-study




  LAST MODIFIED: 6/22/2015