Examples of Documented Processes from CMU Programs - Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation - Carnegie Mellon University

Examples of Documented Processes from CMU Programs

Schools, departments and programs are at different stages of documenting their program-level assessment processes.  The charts below represent effectively documented processes. In each, the outcomes are clear, student centered, measurable, and distinctive to the program.  The performance measures clearly map to the program outcomes, allowing program faculty to determine the degree to which students achieve the outcomes.  The actions (when stated) directly result from the major findings.

The assessment processes are ongoing and systematic, affirming curricular structures and/or components and resulting in changes when data analysis warrants.   

Design

SODProgramOutcomesChart2011.pdf

Economics

EconProgramOutcomesChart2011.pdf

History

HistoryProgramOutcomesChart2011.pdf

Information Systems

ISProgramOutcomesChart2010.pdf

Mechanical Engineering

MechEProgramOutcomesChart2010.pdf

Psychology

PsychProgramOutcomesChart2011.pdf

Social and Decision Sciences

SDSProgramOutcomesChart2011.pdf