09B .0604 - SELF STUDY

09B .0604. SELF STUDY

(a) There must be a systematic plan to conduct evaluative activities on an on-going basis. Self-evaluation is a continuing obligation of the institution offering a criminal justice program. The self-evaluation must include, as a minimum, a specific response to each guideline for approval as outlined in the "Certification Manual". Supplementary materials may be appended to the report if they clarify the response(s).

(b) The self-study may be conducted utilizing a recent institutional self-study conducted within the past three years or one currently underway for the Southern Association of Colleges and Universities accreditation or re-accreditation. Care should be taken to appropriately supplement materials used in the Southern Association self-study with information required specifically for certification by the Commission, as found in the self-evaluation report forms.

(c) A Visiting Team may be required. It will use the self-evaluation as the primary evaluation instrument during the site visit.

(d) Five copies of the completed self-evaluation report and five copies of the college catalog must be submitted to the Commission's Program Evaluation Committee for the Visiting Team and Committee use.

(Authority G.S. 17C-6(b)(10); Eff. January 1, 1985.)

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