Purpose and Goals
The information gathered during the program review process provides the basis for informed decision-making in the Peralta Community College District. Comprehensive Instructional Program Review is a systematic process for the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data concerning a program or department and its curriculum. It provides program and/or departmental accountability by collecting, analyzing and disseminating information that will inform integrated planning, resource allocation, and decision-making processes.
The primary goals are to:
- Ensure quality and excellence of academic programs.
- Provide a standardized methodology for review of instructional areas.
- Provide a mechanism for demonstrating continuous quality improvement, producing a foundation for action.
- Identify effective and exemplary practices.
- Strengthen planning and decision-making based upon current data.
- Identify resource needs.
- Develop recommendations and strategies concerning future directions and provide evidence supporting plans for the future, within the department, at the college and at the District level.
- Inform integrated planning at all levels within the College and the District.
- Ensure that educational programs reflect student needs, encourage student success, and improve teaching and learning.
2020-2021 Word Templates: Program Review and Annual Program Update
Data Dashboards for PR/APUs
Course Completion and Retention Rates Dashboard – InstructionCourse Completion and Retention Rates Dashboard – Student ServicesEnrollment Trend and Productivity DashboardDegrees and Certificates Dashboard
Internal Links (For Peralta Faculty and Staff only and login is required):
Course Completion and Retention Rates Dashboard – Instruction (Internal only)Course Completion and Retention Rates Dashboard – Student Services (Internal only)Enrollment Trend and Productivity Dashboard (Internal only)Degrees and Certificates Dashboard (Internal only)
Program Review Surveys