UT Martin uses standardized reporting forms for various departmental and unit assessments.
General Education learning outcomes and courses can be found in the UT Martin Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog under the heading “Educational Goals for Our Students.”
Every program at UT Martin has developed student learning outcomes for their students.
Each academic department tracks research, creative activity, scholarly activity, community outreach, and public service.
In addition to these activities in the academic departments, UT Martin also tracks research, scholarly, and creative activity and community outreach through various institutionally sponsored programs.
All administrative support services units have set goals, assess data related to achieving those goals, and implement improvements based on the assessment data.
The Division of Student Affairs and all educational support services units have set goals, assess data related to achieving those goals, and implement improvements based on the assessment data.
All units have created assessment guidebooks that demonstrate the relationship between UT Martin's mission and the unit's mission and assessment goals. Within the guidebook, units provide the rationale for choosing each goal and discuss how its goals support the university's mission and strategic plan. Assessment tools and benchmarks are identified for each goal.
Each unit on campus, both academic and non-academic, have opportunities to interact and support UT Martin students using high impact practices. Within the assessment guidebooks, units include a discussion of how they utilize high impact practices in their work.
Academic units also include curriculum maps and connections between their curriculum and the Lumina Foundation's Degree Qualifications Profile outcomes in their assessment guidebooks
When a faculty member (full-time or part-time) who has not completed 18 hours of course work on the graduate level for the discipline requested but whose credentials indicate outstanding professional experience and demonstrated contribution to the teaching discipline in lieu of formal academic preparation, the department chair must complete and submit a Faculty Qualifications Report (FQR) for approval prior to allowing that faculty member to teach the requested course(s). On rare occasions, an FQR may be needed for a faculty member to teach a highly specialized course within the discipline. Please see the FQR template for more information. If a department chair is uncertain as to whether an FQR should be submitted, please contact Victoria Seng or Stephanie Kolitsch for guidance.
The completed FQR request should include:
Once an FQR has been submitted, it will be reviewed by the SACSCOC Accreditation Coordinator, the Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, and the Provost/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs. The template for the formal review process is provided below. This document should not be submitted as part of the FQR request.