General Education Committee
2010 - 2011: Analyze the educated person goals for assessability and modify as needed.
2011 - 2012: Interface with departments to develop an assessment process as outlined above, and begin assessment process.
2012 - 2013: Continue assessment and collect data for NEASC, committee evaluation, and information to departments and faculty.
Fall 2012 NEASC self-study report
Gather input to refine the general education skills and competencies a CCRI graduate should possess using the established CCRI Graduate Student Outcomes Statement
Process - Online survey/discussion board and series of campus-wide focus groups
- Review of peer institutions general education statements
Gather input to identify related disciplines and current offerings available for students to obtain identified skills and competencies
Process - Department-based discussions followed by reports to General Education Committee
- Review of peer institutions general education programs
Articulate and implement a General Education common core curriculum across all programs that specifies the required number of courses within each discipline
Process - General Education Committee makes final recommendations for common core
- Recommendations reviewed through college-wide discussion process