Department Chairs and faculty members from the three Mildred Elley campuses recently completed a review and assessment of anatomy and physiology courses.
The goal of this assessment was to ensure that the anatomy and physiology courses offered on each campus can commonly achieve the academic needs of the various allied health programs.
The faculty examined and agreed to a common academic rigor that included the consistent use of identified textbooks, course syllabi, testing materials, grading rubrics, and supplemental instructional materials.
These curricular revisions will help to strengthen the academic experiences of enrolled students. The review and assessment of anatomy and physiology courses is another tangible example of the institution’s commitment to continuous improvement by focusing on academic improvements, student service improvements, and accreditation and compliance improvements.
To see more about our 2015 Academic year, check out our prvious blog Mildred Elley Academic Year in Review.
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