The University of Nebraska at Kearney is committed to providing the highest quality post-secondary education for the citizens of Nebraska. The Academic Program Review (APR) process is intended to be a periodic self-examination of the program, with the objectives of providing a claear assessment of the program’s strengths and weaknesses, developing a guide for the program’s future direction, and contributing to a strategic plan for the future.

Recent APRs can be found in the repository. For access to older APRs, or to submit additions or corrections, please contact the University Archivist and Digital Repository Manager at archives@unk.edu.

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Submissions from 2020

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Accreditation: Social Work Department, Benjamin Malczyk

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Program Review: Nebraska Safety Center, Nebraska Safety Center

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Program Review: Center for Entrepreneurship and Rural Development, University of Nebraska at Kearney Center for Entrepreneurship and Rural Development

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Program Review: Student Support Services (TRIO), University of Nebraska at Kearney Student Support Services

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Program Review: Women’s, Gender & Ethnic Studies Program (WGES), Linda Van Ingen

Submissions from 2019

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Program Review: International Studies, Carol S. Lilly

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Program Review: Academic & Career Services Office, University of Nebraska at kearney Academic & Career Services Office

Program Review: Philosophy Program, University of Nebraska at Kearney Philosophy Program

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Program Review: Sociology Department, University of Nebraska at Kearney Sociology Department

Submissions from 2018

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Interim Accreditation Report: Interior Design, Accreditation Commission of the Council for Interior Design Accreditation

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Program Review: Music Program, Timothy Farrell

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Program Review: Psychology Department, University of Nebraska at Kearney Psychology Department

Submissions from 2015

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Program Review: UNK Science/Math Education M.S.Ed. Program, Christopher L. Exstrom

Submissions from 2011

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Program Review: Center for Economic Education, Mary Rittenhouse