Academic Program Review Process, Architecture Program
Georgia Institute of Technology. Office of Assessment
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During the academic year 2002, the Architecture Program at Georgia Tech engaged in a professional accreditation review through the National Architectural Accrediting Board (NAAB) and a simultaneous program review to meet the Georgia Tech requirements for periodic review of academic programs. This report encompasses four stakeholder and/or reviewer perspectives on the Architecture Program, as follows: 1. Self-study recommendations (developed by the Architecture Program) 2. External reviewer recommendations from the NAAB accreditation report 3. Institute Undergraduate Curriculum Committee Recommendations 4. Institute Graduate Committee Recommendations In addition, a fifth perspective is that of the Institute Review Committee, a committee charged with ensuring the viability of the process of program review at Georgia Tech and with producing a final summary report of the review based on the content recommendations developed by the Program itself, the external reviewers, the UCCC, and the IGC, as well as any optional commentary received from the College Dean.