Comprehensive Program Review is the key long-term review of the quality, productivity, and viability of academic programs at the University of West Georgia.
Each academic program is reviewed at least once every seven years. Programs that do not measure well against the review characteristics (as determined by the Program Faculty, Department Chair, Dean, Senate, Provost, or President) are subject to review at least every three years.
Additional details regarding Academic Program Review can be found on the Provost's website under Program Review.
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