WSU Assessment Plan Examples
WSU undergraduate programs have developed and regularly update assessment plans for their program-level assessment. There are no hard and fast rules governing the format of assessment plans. Though they include common, essential information, formats tend to vary, often influenced by the discipline or requirements of professional accreditors.
The following are a selected sample of assessment plans at WSU, representing a range of approaches for WSU programs seeking to improve their own planning and practices. Program assessment coordinators may wish to adapt parts of a given example to enhance their existing assessment plan. Please contact ATL to consider how to refine your program’s assessment plan.
|Program Assessment Plan [PDF]||College||Description|
|Molecular Biosciences||CVM||A streamlined planning document, this two-page, table-based assessment plan represents assessment activities over 4 semesters.|
|Economic Sciences||CAHNRS||This comprehensive assessment plan utilizes a narrative format, and includes multiple assessment measures, for both majors and large service courses.|
|Human Development||CAHNRS||This well-established, comprehensive assessment plan includes an assessment calendar and curriculum map, and provides aligned measures for each program learning outcome in a table format.|
|Psychology||CAS||A streamlined planning document, this two-page assessment plan outlines steps and measures/activities for one academic year and four campuses. Program goals, outcomes, and potential assessment measures are presented in a table format.|