Gaining Institutional Efficiency in the General Education Assessment for Technology Program Accreditation

ASM Delowar Hossain


This work addresses the need to merge various student learning assessment activities to gain efficiency. Specifically, it discusses a mechanism of institutional assessment efficiency through development of common instruments for general education assessment that can support more than one accreditation requirement.


Assessment, General Education, Accreditation, Professional Skills

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