Curriculum Review: Ideas from a Nontraditional Institution
Cardinal Stritch University, which offers accelerated business degree programs at 25 locations in Wisconsin and Minnesota, has a centralized curriculum that is created, reviewed, and revised through a single department: the Department of Academic Quality Assurance. Although this model is not very common, the university's approach to program review has elements that could be adapted to more traditional institutions.
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