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    • Part 3, Section 3.4.10: Responsibility for Curriculum 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution places primary responsibility for the content, quality, and effectiveness of the curriculum with its faculty. (Responsibility for curriculum)
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.11 Academic Program Coordination 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      For each major in a degree program, the institution assigns responsibility for program coordination, as well as for curriculum development and review, to persons academically qualified in the field. In those degree programs ...
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.12: Technology Use 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution’s use of technology enhances student learning and is appropriate for meeting the objectives of its programs. Students have access to and training in the use of technology. (Technology use)
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.1: Academic program approval 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution demonstrates that each educational program for which academic credit is awarded is approved by the faculty and the administration. (Academic program approval)
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.2: Continuing education/service programs 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution’s continuing education, outreach, and service programs are consistent with the institution’s mission. (Continuing education/service programs)
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.3: Admissions policies 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution publishes admissions policies consistent with its mission. (Admissions policies)
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.4: Acceptance of academic credit 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution has a defined and published policy for evaluating, awarding, and accepting credit for transfer, experiential learning, advanced placement, and professional certificates that is consistent with its mission ...
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.5: Academic policies 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution publishes academic policies that adhere to principles of good educational practice. These are disseminated to students, faculty, and other interested parties through publications that accurately represent ...
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.6: Practices for awarding credit 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution employs sound and acceptable practices for determining the amount and level of credit awarded for courses, regardless of format or mode of delivery. (Practices for awarding credit)
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.7: Consortial Relationships/ Contractual Agreements 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution ensures the quality of educational programs/courses offered through consortia relationships or contractual agreements, ensures ongoing compliance with the comprehensive requirements, and evaluates the ...
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.8: Noncredit to Credit 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution awards academic credit for course work taken on a noncredit basis only when there is documentation that the noncredit course work is equivalent to a designated credit experience. (Noncredit to credit)
    • Part 3, Section 3.4.9: Academic Support Services 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution provides appropriate academic support services. (Academic support services)The College of Coastal Georgia provides appropriate academic support services for the provision of high-quality learning opportunities ...
    • Part 3, Section 3.5.1: College-level Competencies 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution identifies college-level general education competencies and the extent to which graduates have attained them. (College-level competencies)
    • Part 3, Section 3.5.2: Institutional Credits for a Degree 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      At least 25 percent of the credit hours required for the degree are earned through instruction offered by the institution awarding the degree. In the case of undergraduate degree programs offered through joint, cooperative, ...
    • Part 3, Section 3.5.3 Undergraduate Program Requirements 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      The institution defines and publishes requirements for its undergraduate programs, including its general education components. These requirements conform to commonly accepted standards and practices for degree programs. ...
    • Part 3, Section 3.5.4: Terminal Degrees of Faculty 

      College of Coastal Georgia. Office of Institutional Effectiveness. (College of Coastal Georgia, 2011-03-14)
      At least 25 percent of the discipline hours in each major at the baccalaureate level are taught by faculty members holding the terminal degree—usually the earned doctorate—in the discipline, or the equivalent of the terminal ...