Dear Colleagues -


Our partners at Compliance Assist completed the roll-over from 2013-2014 to 2014-2015 for us this past Friday. PLEASE review your programs to make sure the roll over went well. As far as I could tell, it appears that it has.


Also, we did some housekeeping by revising some of the unit names and made a few other corrections to the organizational list:


1.  Revised department names in the College of Business Administration and structure now reflects the reorganization of the graduate programs.

2.  Moved Comparative and Experimental Medicine from the College of Veterinary Medicine and into Intercollegiate programs per their request.

3.  Archived the three graduate programs that were closed (Aviation Systems-MS; Land Surveying and Computational Fluid Dynamics graduate certificates).

4.  Corrected spelling errors, names of programs, and degree abbreviations.

5.  Added three graduate certificates (Radiochemistry, Food Safety, and  Fire Protection Engineering) to the appropriate departments.


The fields that were rolled over were in the Academic Assessment Plan were:


Program/ Major Learner Outcome

1.       Academic major

2.       Person completing report

3.       Assessment team members

4.       Learner outcome number

5.       Learner Outcome

6.       Description

7.       Direct assessment method(s)

8.       Direct assessment methods description and attachments

9.       Indirect assessment method(s)

10.   Indirect assessment method(s) description and attachments

Program Closure in Process

                All fields in data type for any programs not archived (closed)


If you see anything amiss, please let me know only if it something that you cannot access to edit.





Mary Lewnes Albrecht, PhD

Associate Vice Provost for Accreditation

University of Tennessee

Office of the Provost

527 Andy Holt Tower

Knoxville, TN  37996-0152

Phone:  865-974-7074

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