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1 SPORT MANAGEMENT ACCREDITATION COSMA ACCREDITATION PROCESS TRAINING

2 Philosophy of the COSMA Accreditation Model Outcomes based/Mission driven Outcomes based/Mission driven Accreditation principles based on best practices in SM education Accreditation principles based on best practices in SM education Developmental – annual reporting focused on continuous improvement Developmental – annual reporting focused on continuous improvement Flexible – accommodates various institutional models and innovative approaches Flexible – accommodates various institutional models and innovative approaches

3 Benefits of Accreditation Dedicated staff Dedicated staff Free training, assistance Free training, assistance Best practices - templates, rubrics Best practices - templates, rubrics External accountability External accountability Enhanced reputation Enhanced reputation External assurance of quality External assurance of quality Effective mechanism for continuous improvement Effective mechanism for continuous improvement Mechanism for program advocacy Mechanism for program advocacy

4 Scope of Accreditation Includes both undergrad and graduate programs Academic unit should be an identifiable entity and led by a doctorally- or professionally-qualified educator Includes off-campus locations All programs included even if through cooperative or interdisciplinary arrangements All modes of delivery should be included (online, distance learning, adult degree, accelerated) In Annual report, notify COSMA if add new program

5 Scope of Accreditation Definition of Program – track, minor, concentration Within sport management degree, include all tracks Tracks outside sport management degree (e.g., physical education), include sport management track Provide rationale for what you include and what you do not include in accreditation process If a program may appear to be accredited by COSMA, either include it in accreditation process or provide rationale for why its not included

6 Steps to Accreditation 1) Membership application & fee 2) Attain Candidacy Status (CS) 3) Collect data and begin writing Self Study 4) Establish timeline for site visit 5) Complete Self Study (at least 90 days prior to site visit) 6) Site visit (2 days) 7) Decision by Board of Commissioners (November/May-June of each year)

7 QUIZ #1 Experience with Other Accrediting Bodies?

8 Annual Membership Dues $1,800/year for institutions - covers all degree programs $1,800/year for institutions - covers all degree programs $30/year for individuals – may serve as commissioners and site reviewers $30/year for individuals – may serve as commissioners and site reviewers

9 Cost of a Site Visit Estimated total cost for two site reviewers - $3,500 Fixed costs: Application fee: $1,200 Application fee: $1,200 Honorarium: $1,000 Honorarium: $1,000 Variable costs: Travel: $800 Travel: $800 Food & Lodging: $500 Food & Lodging: $500

10 Step One: Membership Apply online (www.cosmaweb.org/howtojoin) or download the form to mail in Apply online (www.cosmaweb.org/howtojoin) or download the form to mail inwww.cosmaweb.org Pay dues of $1,800 for institutional membership (prorated, depending on when you start your membership) or $30 for individual membership Pay dues of $1,800 for institutional membership (prorated, depending on when you start your membership) or $30 for individual membership Show proof of regional accreditation (U.S. institutions) or entity that authorizes degree granting (non-U.S. institutions) Show proof of regional accreditation (U.S. institutions) or entity that authorizes degree granting (non-U.S. institutions) Need signature of CEO Need signature of CEO

11 Step Two: Candidacy Status Purpose: To provide your academic unit/sport management program an opportunity to prepare itself for the development of a Self Study and have a site visit Purpose: To provide your academic unit/sport management program an opportunity to prepare itself for the development of a Self Study and have a site visit Build overall confidence and understanding in the accreditation process Build overall confidence and understanding in the accreditation process Normally will not exceed five years Normally will not exceed five years Submit: Program overview, outcomes assessment plan (use template), links to industry, letter of support from administration, catalog, organizational chart Submit: Program overview, outcomes assessment plan (use template), links to industry, letter of support from administration, catalog, organizational chart

12 Step Three: Self Study/Documentation of Accreditation Principles Outcomes Assessment Outcomes Assessment Strategic Planning Strategic Planning Curriculum Curriculum Faculty Faculty Scholarly & Professional Activities Scholarly & Professional Activities Resources Resources Internal & External Relationships Internal & External Relationships Educational Innovation Educational Innovation

13 Principle 1: Outcomes Assessment

14 Outcomes Assessment: Documentation in the Self Study Documentation for the Self Study includes: 1. Copy of O/A plan (updated from CS application) 2. Results of implementation in five assessment areas 3. Summary of changes, improvements needed 4. Summary of action plans to make changes 5. Summary of realized outcomes from action plans 6. Narrative showing integration of O/A results into your strategic plan

15 Mission and Broad-Based Goals Institution: Provide your institutions approved mission & broad-based goals Sport Management Program: Provide the approved broad-based goals for your sport management program Measurement: State how you will provide evidence that the goals are being accomplished

16 Basic Skills Development Prepare a statement on the Basic Skills development program at your institution Describe how this is administered within the SM department Programs to help students with writing deficiencies Tutoring services

17 Personal Development of Students Prepare a statement on the Personal Development of students at your institution Describe how this is administered within your SM department -- Special programs focused on personal development – interpersonal skills, student leadership -- First year seminar

18 Operational Measures How you will measure effectiveness of your SM program and accomplish goals and objectives outlined in strategic plan: Graduation rates and internship placement Teaching evaluations Advisory Board meetings and action plans Retention rates Alumni/Graduate exit surveys SWOT analysis Faculty scholarship University-based assessments (okay for program level)

19 Student Learning Outcomes What is a learning outcome? Description of what your students are able to do Description of what your students are able to do Clear and measurable Clear and measurable Related to the goals of the institution Related to the goals of the institution Identify measurement tools you will use/rubric design (2 direct and 2 indirect measures) Identify measurement tools you will use/rubric design (2 direct and 2 indirect measures) Institutional Goals Program Learning Outcome Communicate effectively both orally and in writing. Comprehension and application of professional written and oral communication business skills.

20 Tips for Writing Student Learning Outcomes Creating student learning outcomes is a process. Some programs have found the following steps to be helpful: Step 1: Faculty/staff brainstorm meeting … and/or … Consult other SM program websites. Step 2: Agree on a first draft list of outcomes. Step 3: List the student learning outcomes on every syllabus for the required courses in your degree program. Step 4: Gather feedback from students. Step 5: Design assignments geared to measure achievement of each of the outcomes for each degree program. Step 6: Using the collected data, revise the list of outcomes, teaching methods, curricula, and/or program. Step 7: Repeat the above steps regularly and as needed to improve student learning.

21 Measuring Student Learning Outcomes: Blooms Taxonomy

22 Measuring Student Learning Outcomes Identify a minimum of: two direct measures two indirect measures Explain the process for how your measures will provide meaningful results Provide copies of your instruments/rubrics in the appendix

23 QUIZ #2 Direct Measures of Student Learning Which of the following is a Direct measure of student learning? a) Internship reflection paper b) Internship supervisor evaluation c) e-Portfolio assignment in a capstone course d) Alumni Survey

24 Direct Measures Demonstrate direct evidence of student learning: Comprehensive exams Standardized national exams Pretest and posttest assessments Required structured internship Portfolios (electronic or traditional) Capstone project assessment Thesis/Dissertation External certification program (e.g., NSSE)

25 Indirect Measures of Student Learning Asks students about their learning: Graduate survey Alumni survey Employer survey Exit interview Advisory Boards Student focus groups Anecdotal evidence

26 Institutional Goals Program Learning Outcome BenchmarkMeasurement Tool Communicate effectively both orally and written. Comprehension and application of professional written and oral communication skills. 80% of the students will meet defined proficiency standards in writing skills using the writing rubric 80% of the students will meet defined proficiency standards in presentation skills using the presentation rubric Written assignments in BU450 evaluated with Rubric Presentations in BUS 311 evaluated with Rubric

27 What are Action Plans? Make informed decisions regarding curriculum and program Action plans should be related to assessment results Action plans should be driven by the faculty (curriculum committees); maintain meeting minutes, etc. Create a culture of assessment and continuous improvement

28 Final Step – Action Plans Institutional Goals Student Learning Outcomes BenchmarkMeasurement Tool ResultsAction Plan Communicate effectively both orally and written. Comprehension and application of professional written and oral communication business skills. 80% of the students meet proficiency standards in writing - measured using writing rubric Written assignments in BU210 and BU % of the student in BU210 & BU404 met the standard Continue to record scores for writing evaluation the these two courses. Discuss the possibility of a standardized test in the core courses to meet this competency

29 O/A: Common Challenges Direct measures – linking measures to specific outcomes Rubric development & data collection -- Go beyond using course grades Distinguishing between direct and indirect measures: e.g., teaching evaluations, internship reflections, internship supervisor evaluations

30 Useful Resources for Rubric Development 1.http://course1.winona.edu/shatfield/air/rub rics.htm 2.http://academic.scranton.edu/department/ assessment/ksom/

31 Principle 2: Strategic Planning 1.Profile of sport management program 2.Description, assessment of resources 3.External analysis – beyond COSMA site visit 4.SWOT analysis 5.Student learning objectives, strategies, actions plans, and O/A processes 6.Operational objectives, strategies, action plans, and O/A processes

32 Principle 3: Curriculum 3.1 Program Design 3.2 Common Professional Component 3.3 General Education 3.4 Breadth and Depth of Curriculum 3.5 Curriculum Review and Improvement 3.6 Masters Degree Curriculum 3.7 Doctoral Curriculum

33 3.1: Program Design Self Study Guidelines: 1. List each academic degree and number conferred 2. Provide enrollment information: a) institution total b) SM program(s) total c) each degrees total 3. Describe contact hours required to earn one unit of academic credit 4. Length of time to each bachelors, masters, doctoral degree

34 QUIZ #3 3.2 Common Professional Component What is the normal range for the number of contact hours for each CPC area? a) b) c) d) 60-70

35 3.2: Common Professional Component (CPC) A) Social, psychological and international foundations of sport B) Management 1. Sport mgmt principles 2. Sport leadership 3. Operations mgmt/event & venue mgmt 4. Sport governance C) Ethics D) Sport marketing & communications E) Finance/Accounting/ Economics 1. Sport finance 1. Sport finance 2. Accounting 2. Accounting 3. Economics of sport 3. Economics of sport F) Legal aspects of sport G) Integrative experience: 1. Strategic mgmt/policy 1. Strategic mgmt/policy 2. Internship 2. Internship 3. Capstone experience 3. Capstone experience

36 CPC Self Study Guidelines Prepare abbreviated syllabi for each required course Prepare abbreviated syllabi for each required course Prepare CPC Table (1) Prepare CPC Table (1) Provide rationale for deviations Provide rationale for deviations Use sample tables and course syllabi Use sample tables and course syllabi A course may simultaneously cover multiple topics A course may simultaneously cover multiple topics Does not apply to Master's/Doctoral programs Does not apply to Master's/Doctoral programs

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38 3.3: General Education Self Study Guidelines: 1. Complete Table 2: Undergraduate Curriculum Composition 2. Include description of each SM program (from catalog) 3. Does not apply to masters, doctoral degrees

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40 3.4: Breadth and Depth of Curriculum Self Study Guidelines: 1. Use Table 2 to show the percentage of SM courses that are required to earn a bachelors degree – including the SM core, required courses beyond the core, and elective courses. 2. Provide rationale if any program requires less than 25% SM courses 3. Does not apply to masters, doctoral programs

41 3.5: Curriculum Review and Improvement Self Study Guidelines: 1. Describe process of continuous evaluation of SM courses – include how O/A supports this 2. Document involvement of faculty in review of SM degree programs and curricula 3. Describe how alumni and other outside groups are involved in periodic review of your SM program/curricula 4. Describe extent to which faculty is involved in evaluation of general education program 5. Describe process for changing your curriculum or developing a new degree program

42 3.6: Masters Degree Curriculum Self Study Guidelines: 1. List all graduate degrees and curricular requirements 2. Identify which courses are not reserved exclusively for graduate students 3. Describe ways in which you handle coverage of undergraduate CPC topics for non-SM bachelors students.

43 3.7: Doctoral Curriculum S elf Study Guidelines: 1. Describe how curricula contribute to professional and scholarly development of your doctoral students. 2. Provide syllabi for all doctoral courses. 3. Provided analysis of curricular requirements for the program. 4. Describe research components in the program. 5. Describe areas of specialization. 6. Provide copy of dissertation manual. 7. Describe how you cover the undergraduate CPC topics for non-SM students entering your program.

44 Principle 4: Faculty 4.1 Faculty Qualifications 4.2 Faculty Load 4.3 Program Coverage 4.4 Faculty Evaluation 4.5 Faculty Development 4.6 Faculty Policies

45 4.1: Faculty Qualifications Doctorally qualified: 1. Holds Ph.D. in SM or related field 2. Holds J.D. and teaches in legal environment of SM 3. Holds out-of-field doctorate, with sufficient combination of graduate work, professional experience, scholarly achievements, and successful teaching experience Professionally qualified: 1. Be A.B.D. 2. Hold Masters degree in SM field and five years teaching experience 3. Hold Masters degree in SM-related field with post-graduate training in areas of teaching responsibility Minimally qualified: 1. Masters degree in field appropriate to teaching responsibilities

46 4.1: Faculty Qualifications Self Study Guidelines: 1)Identify the credentials of all full- and part-time faculty members 2)Provide current vitae for all SM faculty (in Appendix) 3)Prepare and submit Tables 3 and 4 (Table 5, Masters; Table 6, Doctoral program) 4)Prepare and submit Table 7: Faculty Coverage Summary

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50 QUIZ #4 Faculty 1) One of your faculty members has an M.B.A. degree and experience teaching sport finance and accounting. Which are they considered to be? a) doctorally-qualified b) professionally-qualified 2) What is the minimum number of faculty I need for my program?

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52 4.2: Faculty Load Self Study Guidelines: 1. State policy for normal teaching load 2. Describe overload and extra pay policies 3. Explain variations in load policies in your SM department 4. Provide policy on teaching loads for part-time, adjunct faculty 5. Indicate where these policies are stated with page numbers 6. Refer to Table 4 (or 5, 6) to explain any deviations between actual teaching loads and load policy 7. List faculty who receive reductions in teaching load or other responsibilities, amount, and reason 8. Explain how faculty is sufficient to manage program operations

53 4.3: Program Coverage Self Study Guidelines: Prepare Table 8: Faculty Coverage showing the name of at least one doctorally- or professionally-qualified faculty member who has oversight of each area of the CPC

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55 4.4: Faculty Evaluation Self Study Guidelines: 1. Describe faculty evaluation process and how it is used to measure teaching and student learning effectiveness. If described in the Faculty Handbook, provide page number. 2. Provide copies of the instruments used in the evaluation process and evidence that they are being used (place in Appendix).

56 4.5: Faculty Development Self Study Guidelines: 1. Describe faculty development program for your institution and SM program. If in the Faculty Handbook, provide page numbers. 2. Demonstrate effectiveness of your faculty development program by providing examples of the results of its implementation.

57 4.6: Faculty Policies Self Study Guidelines: 1. Provide a copy of the Faculty Handbook (include in Appendix or as separate document). 2. Describe how faculty are made aware of these policies and notified of changes.

58 Principle 5: Scholarly and Professional Activities Scholarship of: Teaching Discovery Integration Application Professional activities include: consulting, seminars, workshops, professional organizations

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61 Principle 6: Resources 6.1 Financial Resources 6.2 Facilities 6.3 Learning Resources 6.4 Educational Technology and Support 6.5 Off-Campus Locations

62 6.1: Financial Resources Self Study Guidelines (UG, Masters): 1. Describe budget development and amendment processes 2. Submit Table 10, Educational and General Expenditures for self study year 3. List non-faculty support personnel 4. Provide Table 11, Salary Ranges by Rank 5. State method for computing extra pay 6. State rates of pay for part-time, adjunct faculty 7. Describe tuition and fees for each program (identify catalog page numbers) 8. Without U.S.-based regional accreditation, provide audited financial statements Doctoral Programs: Describe financial resources supporting the program

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65 6.2: Facilities Self Study Guidelines: 1. Describe physical facilities, plans for renovation, construction of new facilities 2. Identify number and type of offices for faculty (Table 12) 3. Evaluate adequacy, proximity of educational space (Table 13)

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67 6.3: Learning Resources Self Study Guidelines: 1. List of SM journals, databases available to students and faculty 2. General statement of library support 3. Narrative that assesses the adequacy of the learning resources available

68 6.4: Educational Technology and Support Self Study Guidelines: 1. Description of instructional and educational technology and support available 2. Assessment of instructional and educational technology available – projection of future acquisitions

69 6.5: Off-Campus Locations Self Study Guidelines: 1. Listing of each site and percentage of credit hours in SM taught at each location 2. Describe resources available at each location 3. Describe how you ensure that the quality of off- campus SM programs is comparable to those on- campus. 4. Narrative of adequacy of resources at each location

70 Principle 7: Internal and External Relationships 7.1 Internal Relationships 7.2 Admissions Processes 7.3 External Oversight 7.4 Business/Industry Linkages 7.5 External Cooperative Relationships 7.6 International Cooperation 7.7 Diversity in Sport 7.8 External Accountability

71 Principle 7.1: Internal Relationships In the self study: 1. Approved institutional mission statement 2. Approved program mission and broad-based goals 3. Institutional org chart, program org chart, job description for department head 4. List of institutions governing board members 5. Page numbers for academic policies 6. Procedures for recommending degree candidates

72 Principle 7.2: Admissions Processes - undergraduate In the self study (UG programs): 1. Describe UG policies and procedures for admission to your program -- Freshmen, transfer students, acceptance of transfer credit 2.Probation, suspension policies 3.Students subject to academic sanctions 4.Exceptions to admissions policies

73 Principle 7.2: Admissions Processes – graduate degrees In the self study (Masters, Doctoral): 1. Describe admissions policies and procedures for admission to your program 2.Describe how graduate students are classified and any differences between formats (e.g., day, evening, online, distance, accelerated) 3.Admissions requirements

74 Principle 7.3: External Oversight In the self study: 1. Copy of state or national charter 2. Copy of most recent letter of affirmation of regional accreditation 3. Any other relevant governmental authorizations (e.g., accreditations or approvals)

75 QUIZ #5 Internships Are internships required by COSMA? a) Yes b) No c) Only for big institutions d) Only if you have enough faculty

76 Principle 7.4: Business/Industry Linkages In the self study: Describe activities and linkages with SM, industry, etc. -- SM advisory boards -- Executive-in-residence programs -- Internship programs -- Cooperative education programs -- Student organizations -- Business/economic research bureaus -- Any other significant linkages

77 Principle 7.5: External Cooperative Relationships In the self study: 1. List institutions to/from you receive transfer students 2. Advising procedure for transfer students 3. Relationship between your program and external educational institutions or organizations a) Joint degree programs b) Consortium agreements c) Cooperative, partnership arrangements

78 Principle 7.6: International Cooperation In the self study: 1. Describe how curricular and co-curricular programs prepare students to understand the global environment 2. Describe all cooperative arrangements between your department and international institutions or organizations 3. Describe any other international programs such as short-term international study tours

79 Principle 7.7: Diversity in Sport In the self study: 1. Describe how curricular and co-curricular activities prepare students to understand diverse sport environment 2. Describe all cooperative agreements involving your program that provide students an opportunity to understand diversity in sport 3. Identify and describe diversity-focused activities

80 Principle 7.8: External Accountability In the self study: Describe how you communicate information concerning key student learning outcomes to the public. Examples: website, Chronicle of Higher Ed, distribution of placement results, presentations to advisory boards, etc.

81 Principle 8: Educational Innovation In the self study: 1. Describe institution's support for innovation 2. Describe process in your program for encouraging educational innovation 3. Provide recent examples, including improvements

82 Self Study Organization Volume 1 Title Page Title Page Table of Contents Table of Contents Background information Background information Documentation of Accreditation Principles Documentation of Accreditation Principles Volume 2 - Appendices Catalog (online URL okay) Catalog (online URL okay) Abbreviated Syllabi Abbreviated Syllabi Faculty CVs (full- and part-time) Faculty CVs (full- and part-time) Outcomes Assessment Plan, Results, and Actions Outcomes Assessment Plan, Results, and Actions Strategic Plan Strategic Plan Faculty Handbook (can be separate document) Faculty Handbook (can be separate document)

83 Scheduling the COSMA Site Visit Validates Self Study Validates Self Study Two days, team of two reviewers Two days, team of two reviewers Visit includes meeting with SM faculty, assessment officer, top administration, other faculty, students, and facilities tour. Visit includes meeting with SM faculty, assessment officer, top administration, other faculty, students, and facilities tour. Team report generated and reviewed on-site Team report generated and reviewed on-site

84 Site Visit Assignments Schedule visits 3-6 months in advance Schedule visits 3-6 months in advance COSMA staff, BOC assigns two person team as early as possible COSMA staff, BOC assigns two person team as early as possible Conditions Conditions Avoid conflicts of interest Avoid conflicts of interest Balance and representation Balance and representation Costs Costs

85 Honoraria and Travel Reimbursement Institution responsible for paying all costs: application fee, honorarium, other site visit costs Institution responsible for paying all costs: application fee, honorarium, other site visit costs Travel Travel Hotel Hotel Meals Meals Other costs (e.g. travel to and from home airport) Other costs (e.g. travel to and from home airport)

86 The site visit will be conducted in strict accordance with all of the current COSMA published guidelines. The site visit will be conducted in strict accordance with all of the current COSMA published guidelines. Confidentiality Confidentiality The site visit team will not express any opinions as to whether accreditation will be granted. The site visit team will not express any opinions as to whether accreditation will be granted. The site visit teams report will contain sufficient information to allow the BOC to make a fair and informed accreditation decision. The site visit teams report will contain sufficient information to allow the BOC to make a fair and informed accreditation decision. Expectations of Site Reviewers

87 Campus Coordinator Role Person responsible for accreditation process (not necessarily the department chair) Person responsible for accreditation process (not necessarily the department chair) Helps team make travel plans, including transport to and from their hotel to your campus Helps team make travel plans, including transport to and from their hotel to your campus Develops site visit schedule Develops site visit schedule Makes sure site visit stays on schedule Makes sure site visit stays on schedule Organizes on campus meeting room for team Organizes on campus meeting room for team

88 QUIZ #6 Materials available on-site Which of the following items should you have available on-site for the site review team? a) Faculty handbook b) Course catalog c) Outcomes assessment plan d) Copy of most recent regional accreditation study e) All of the above

89 Course syllabi Course syllabi Institutional course catalog Institutional course catalog Copy of last regional accreditation self-study report and findings Copy of last regional accreditation self-study report and findings Faculty member vitae Faculty member vitae Faculty handbook Faculty handbook O/A Plan O/A Plan Summary of realized outcomes Summary of realized outcomes Internship Manual Internship Manual On-site Materials

90 Site Visit - Day 1 Schedule 8:00 amMeet with dept. head to discuss two day visit 9:00 amMeet with President and/or Chief Academic Officer 9:30 am Meet with Outcomes Assessment Coordinator to review institutional plan 10:30 amReview Sport Management O/A plan with dept. head NoonLunch with faculty (no administrators present) 1:30 pm Work time for site team & dept. head to validate self- study and ask questions (2 ½ - 3 hours) 6pmDinner

91 Site Visit - Day 2 Schedule 8:00 amMeet with students majoring in sport management 9:00 am Tour facilities (library, classrooms, computer labs, etc.) 10:30 amExit interview with dept. head (and others, if desired) NoonLunch meeting with Advisory Board (or other parties) 1:30 pm Site team works on draft report/time for unexpected issues 3:00 pmSite team departs from campus

92 Each team member completes his/her own checklist Each team member completes his/her own checklist Team chair writes final report (from template) and sends to COSMA Team chair writes final report (from template) and sends to COSMA Address findings related to areas of non-compliance Address findings related to areas of non-compliance Include strengths and weaknesses in areas of compliance Include strengths and weaknesses in areas of compliance The team keeps all materials until the BOC meets to make their accreditation decision The team keeps all materials until the BOC meets to make their accreditation decision Site Visit Report

93 What COSMA Does After the Site Visit Institution receives letter summarizing visit Institution receives letter summarizing visit May include request for additional information May include request for additional information All materials sent to one member of Board of Commissioners – self-study, site visit team report, any additional information All materials sent to one member of Board of Commissioners – self-study, site visit team report, any additional information Commissioner reviews materials and prepares detailed report to present at next Board meeting Commissioner reviews materials and prepares detailed report to present at next Board meeting

94 Commissioners' Accreditation Decision Accredited with Notes Accredited with Notes Accredited with Observations Accredited with Observations Accreditation Deferred Accreditation Deferred Accreditation Denied Accreditation Denied

95 Evaluation of the Site Teams Visit Fill out and submit evaluation of your experience Fill out and submit evaluation of your experience Site team members evaluate each other Site team members evaluate each other All comments kept confidential All comments kept confidential Questions include: Questions include: Professional behavior of the team Professional behavior of the team Anything overlooked by the team Anything overlooked by the team Strengths and/or limitations of any team member Strengths and/or limitations of any team member

96 Annual Reports Each institution in Candidacy Status and accredited institution submits an Annual Report Each institution in Candidacy Status and accredited institution submits an Annual Report Respond to Notes compliance Respond to Notes compliance Outcomes Assessment Results Outcomes Assessment Results Program and Administrative Changes Program and Administrative Changes Requested in May, due by July 31 Requested in May, due by July 31

97 Conclusions 1.COSMA membership 2.Utilize Candidacy Status process in development of Outcomes Assessment plan 3.Consult with me (Heather Alderman) along the way 4.Use internal resources 5.Dont be afraid to revise plan as needed 6.Attend as many trainings as you want

98 Conclusions 1.Curriculum – CPC coverage 2.Faculty a.Doctorally vs. Professionally qualified b.Teaching load c.Coverage of CPC areas d.Evaluation, development, policies 3. Scholarly & Professional Activities 4. Resources

99 Conclusions 1.Internal Relationships a. Admissions procedures a. Admissions procedures b. Transfers b. Transfers 2. External Relationships a.Internships b.Advisory Boards/Alumni c.International Cooperation 3. Educational Innovation 4. Site Visit Process

100 Upcoming Training/Events Members Only: Open Conference Call with a BOC member – July 2013 – TBD Members Only: Open Conference Call with a BOC member – July 2013 – TBD Management Day – April 25, 1pm – 5pm Management Day – April 25, 1pm – 5pm 4 th Annual Member Meeting Austin, TX – May 29, 11:30am – 1:00pm 4 th Annual Member Meeting Austin, TX – May 29, 11:30am – 1:00pm Site Reviewer – May 29, 1:00pm – 3:00pm Site Reviewer – May 29, 1:00pm – 3:00pm Accreditation Process/Site Reviewer training November 20-22, 2013 Accreditation Process/Site Reviewer training November 20-22, 2013

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