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Academic program review is one mechanism by which UCF addresses institutional and programmatic accreditor expectations for the continuous review and improvement of academic programs. Pursuant to UCF 4-407, the purposes of the academic program review are to examine the overall health, quality, and relevance of the university’s degree programs and to develop recommendations leading to program improvement. While the academic program is the primary unit of analysis, the review also examines the environment and infrastructure that support student learning and institutional goals. Consistent with good practice, these reviews typically occur once every seven years. 

Program Review Schedules

Program Review Process & Materials to Help Prepare for Review

External Consultant & Site Visit Information

Report Templates

Self-study Templates

Self-study Supplements

Consultant Report Templates

Other Resources