Integrated Program Review
WMU engages in an integrated program review process called for by the University Strategic Plan and as part of Higher Learning Commission compliance. Three types of reviews occur on a six-year cycle: academic programs, learner support programs, and administrative programs. Integrated program review assists with continuous improvement of programs and services, demonstrates a program’s effectiveness, holds a program accountable to learners and the University, and helps with institution-wide understanding of learning outcomes and learner satisfaction. To be effective, the integrated program review process and criteria are fully transparent.
Learn more about the three types of program review from Institutional Effectiveness, the office which carries out the reviews: