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Aligning Assessment Across All University Levels
Unformatted Document Text:  5. Need for the Proposed Degree Major Program ( CPEC “Societal Need,” “Number of Existing Programs in the Field,” and “Advancement of the Field” ) a. List of other California State University campuses currently offering or projecting the proposed degree major program; list of neighboring institutions, public and private, currently offering the proposed degree major program. 17 b. Differences between the proposed program and programs listed in Section 5a above. c. List of other curricula currently offered by the campus that are closely related to the proposed program. d. Community participation, if any, in the planning process. This may include prospective employers of graduates. e. Applicable workforce demand projections and other relevant data. f. If the program was proposed to meet society’s need for the advancement of knowledge, please specify the need and explain how the program meets that need. Note: Data Sources for Demonstrating Evidence of Need APP Resources Web http://www.calstate.edu/app/resources.shtml US Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor StatisticsCalifornia Labor Market Information

Authors: Golich, Vicki.
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5. Need for the Proposed Degree Major Program (
CPEC “Societal Need,” “Number of
Existing Programs in the Field,” and “Advancement of the Field”
)
a.
List of other California State University campuses currently offering or projecting the
proposed degree major program; list of neighboring institutions, public and private, currently
offering the proposed degree major program.
b.
Differences between the proposed program and programs listed in Section 5a above.
c.
List of other curricula currently offered by the campus that are closely related to the
proposed program.
d.
Community participation, if any, in the planning process. This may include prospective
employers of graduates.
e.
Applicable workforce demand projections and other relevant data.
f.
If the program was proposed to meet society’s need for the advancement of knowledge,
please specify the need and explain how the program meets that need.
Note: Data Sources for Demonstrating Evidence of Need
APP Resources Web
a.
b.
Issues of access considered when planning this program.
c.
For master’s degree proposals, the number of declared undergraduate majors and the degree
production over the preceding three years for the corresponding baccalaureate program, if
there is one.
d.
Professional uses of the proposed degree program.
e.
The expected number of majors in the year of initiation and three years and five years
thereafter. The expected number of graduates in the year of initiation, and three years and
five years thereafter.
7. Existing Support Resources for the Proposed Degree Major Program
(CPEC “Total Costs of the Program”)
Note:
Sections 7 and 8 should be prepared in consultation with the campus administrators
responsible for faculty staffing and instructional facilities allocation and planning. A statement
from the responsible administrator(s) should be attached to the proposal assuring that such
consultation has taken place.
17
Contact Academic Programs for a list of other CSU campuses offering related progams.
18
Contact Enrollment Management Services to obtain numbers of students with declared majors,
options/concentrations/emphases/tracks/etc., and minors. Contact Academic Programs to obtain enrollment histories in specific
courses. Surveys of potential employers might show the need for the proposed program. Please explain if there are discrepancies
between national/statewide/professional manpower surveys and local findings. Contact the Career Center for assistance in
completing this section.
19
Contact Enrollment Management Services for these data.
20
Contact Academic Programs for assistance in estimating the number of majors and graduates.
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