Office of Assessment

The Office of Assessment is responsible for the planning, assessment, and continuous quality improvement throughout the college of Pharmacy, thereby facilitating the:

  • Administration, coordination, and tracking of standardized AACP survey data (Graduating student, Faculty, Preceptor, and Alumni) and several home-grown satisfaction surveys conducted within the school
  • Didactic and experiential course evaluation process to ensure the continued quality improvement of teaching and learning
  • Exhibition of curricular content being mapped to the school outcomes and PCOA
  • Data collection to compare our program quality indicators and effectiveness through peer and national benchmarking
  • Assessment of student learning, co-curricular and Interprofessional activities
  • Progress through monitoring and annual reporting of the school’s strategic plan
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AACP Surveys

Faculty, staff, and students conduct need-based surveys, apart from the national surveys conducted by the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy (AACP) to collect meaningful information to guide quality improvement efforts across various aspects of the School and our programs.

AACP Surveys

HUCOP Surveys

The Office of Assessment uses the Qualtrics platform to manage all surveys for the School. These surveys are used both as a curriculum assessment tool and to provide data during a self-study and accreditation review.

HUCOP Surveys

Course Evaluations

The course evaluations have twofold benefits for both students and instructors– it serves to provide students an opportunity to share feedback on the effectiveness of the course and the instructors who teach in a course, resulting in the improvement of the curriculum quality for future students. Simultaneously, it provides instructors with feedback regarding student-perceived effectiveness of their teaching methodologies and styles, resulting in innovations and improvement in pedagogy. Asking students to reflect on course content, design, pedagogy, and instructor effectiveness provides useful insights to the curriculum and assessment committees to enhance student learning.

It also provides the School’s leadership, including Division Chairs and the Executive Committee, with information regarding student-reported effectiveness and impact of faculty teaching efforts

Course Evaluations

Assessment Resources

  • Culture of Assessment
  • Assessment Newsletters
Assessment Resources