Academic Program Review
Institutional Research Office

 

Academic Program: Date:

Program Student:

1.  Enrollment

 
2001 
2002
2003
2004
2005
Undergraduate          
 PB          
Graduate          
Total          

2.  Degrees Awarded
 
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
Undergraduate          
PB          
Graduate          
Total          

Program Faculty:  
 

1.   * Full-time faculty (head count primarily assigned to program).
2.   ** Part-time faculty FTE (fall semester)
3.    Total faculty FTE
4.    % of full-time faculty with terminal degree in field or related field
5.   % of part-time faculty with terminal degree in field or related field
6.   Average number of professional publications by full-time faculty in past 3 years and percent of faculty involved
7.   Average number of professional conference presentations by full-time faculty in past 3 years and percent of faculty involved
8.   Average number of external grants awarded to full-time faculty in past 3 years and percent of faculty involved
9.    Average number and percent of full-time faculty holding office or performing significant services to professional organizations in the past 3 years
10.   Average number and percent of full-time faculty engaged in significant public service related to their professional field in past 3 years

*   Deans count as full-time faculty.  Faculty on modified or half-time contracts count as 0.5.
** Part-time FTE count s .2 per 3-credit course.  
 

Costs/Productivity (IR Director):

The following data are based on fall semester credits generated, formula revenue projection (at 100%), and average faculty salary expenditures for the fall semester.  All credits generated by the faculty member ar attributed to the faculty member, regardless of course classification.  

 
Program
Institution
Variance
1. Full-time faculty (headcount):   
  a.  Average credits generated
  b.  Student-faculty ratio
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
2.  Part-time faculty (FTE at .2 per course):
  a.  Average credits generated
  b.  Student-faculty ratio
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
3.  Combination full-time and part-time FTE:
 a.  Average credits generated per faculty FTE
  b.  FTE student-FTE faculty ratio
  c.  Average formula revenue per faculty FTE
  d.  Average salary expenditure per faculty FTE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
4.  Any unusual M&O costs particular to the program
     (M&O is otherwise assigned by formula)
     
5.  Any special fees or other revenues generated by the program