SACS Comprehensive Standard 3.4.11
Comprehensive Standard 3.4.11: 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 for which the institution does not identify a major, this requirement applies to a curricular area or concentration.
Judgment of Compliance
Clayton State University has ensured that each major, minor, or concentration in every degree program has an academically qualified faculty member assigned as Program Coordinator. These coordinators have been appointed by their department chairs and/or deans to exercise responsibilities in the areas of program coordination and curriculum oversight. The University is fortunate to have identified dedicated and talented faculty in the appropriate disciplines to provide leadership for each program and curriculum.
The qualifications for all program coordinators are documented below, including descriptions of their responsibilities, degrees, experience, certifications, and courses taught at Clayton State University. The table below lists the program coordinators for each undergraduate and graduate program and their qualifications. In the Professional Qualification statements that follow, the department chairs and deans have provided brief narrative statements in response to the following questions:
- What evidence exists that the coordinator has the qualifications and credentials for leadership in the development and review of the curriculum?
- What evidence exists that the coordinator provides oversight for assessing the quality of the curriculum for the program and for ensuring that the curriculum and its delivery is educationally sound?
Supporting Documentation and Links
Professional Qualifications Statements
College of Arts and Sciences
Department of Social Sciences Administrative Management (BAS) Technology Management (BAS) Criminal Justice (BS) Legal Studies (BS) Political Science (BS and minor) Sociology (BS and minor) Paralegal Studies (AAS) Paralegal Studies (certificate)
Office of Interdisciplinary Studies Liberal Studies (MA) Liberal Studies (BA) Integrative Studies (BS) Integrative Studies (AA) Integrative Studies (AS) African American Studies (minor) Women's Studies (minor)
College of Information and Mathematical Sciences Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics (MAT) Mathematics (BS and minor) Computer Science (BS and minor) Information Technology (BIT and minor) Information Technology (WebBSIT) Information Technology (AASIT) Computer Networking (certificate) Computer Networking Technology (AAS) Computer Sciences/Engineering with Georgia Tech (dual BS) Mathematics with Georgia Tech (dual BS)
School of Business Business Administration (MBA) Health Administration (MHA) Accounting (BBA) General Business (BBA) Management (BBA) Marketing (BBA and minor) Health Care Management (BS) Business (minor) Finance (minor) Supply Chain Management (minor)