All academic programs are monitored on a regular basis using a number of performance indicators and tools. The performance indicators include, but not limited to (i) employment rate, (ii) number of graduates during the last three years, (iii) 6-year graduation rate, (iv) student satisfaction, (v) average CH generated by faculty members, and (vi) faculty research output.
The needed data, which is provided by the Institutional Research Unit at OIE, is obtained from multiple sources including the Department of Education and Knowledge (ADEK) employability statistics, UAEU Banner System, UAEU Research Office, the Learning Outcome Assessment Unit at OIE, and student surveys.
PRAU communicates the data to the respective academic programs and follows up on the needed remedial actions taken to address any identified issues. Programs identified with one or more of strategic risks such as program well-being, relevance to the UAEU vision and mission, and market needs will be subject to a more in depth review of the program.
The risk-based review process involves preparation of a focused self-study report by the program to diagnose the possible causes for the identified risk(s) and possible remedial actions to eliminate the risk. The Program Self-Study Report is shared with the Program Advisory Board and other selected stakeholder and one or more international discipline experts, who meet with the program in a 1-2 day site visit. PRAU follows up on the implementation of the recommendations of the review process and their effectiveness to eliminate/reduce the identified risk.
The less favorable outcomes of the risk based-review may include merging, suspending or canceling the program.
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