OIE is now offering on-demand, hands-on consultation and/or training sessions for a variety of topics related to the mission of our office. We’re happy to schedule individual and small group sessions on a variety of assessment topics, on Taskstream operation, or for general consultation. For a list of topics, please visit our Training and Workshops page under the Calendar tab. Or, click the link below to access the registration form directly.
Institutional effectiveness is defined as a set of ongoing, systemic, and intentional processes designed to improve and assure the quality of the University at all levels through:
The Office of Institutional Effectiveness guides continuous improvement processes for academic and non-academic units across campus on program approval and review, accreditation issues and all assessment activities.
The HDFS BS program is offered by the Department of Human Development & Family Studies within UA’s College of Human Environmental Sciences (CHES). The curriculum is designed to produce graduates who have a genuine concern for children and families and seek the challenge of helping people learn, solve life problems, and successfully interact with others.