Academic Program Assessment

All degree-granting programs at Texas A&M University participate in the assessment of student learning outcomes. Faculty members should identify the imperative learning outcomes demonstrated by students receiving the degree and measure the extent to which the outcomes are achieved. Programs should use direct measures of assessment designed to evaluate the quality of student work aligned with specific learning outcomes.

The purpose of student learning outcomes assessment is to use the results to improve curriculum and/or pedagogy. Academic programs utilize AEFIS to annually report their assessment results and corresponding data-informed actions based on their findings.

See here for a template of program assessment components.
Examples of Degree Program Assessment
Undergraduate Masters Doctoral Certificates Distance Education
Bioenvironmental Sciences/ Environmental Studies, BS
Geography, BS
Biomedical Engineering, MS
Urban & Regional Planning, MUP
English, PhD
Water Management & Hydrological Science, PhD
Health Systems & Design 
International Affairs
Mathematics, MS
Sport Management, MS