Learning Assurance History at the Goodman School of Business

Goodman School of Business

Learning Assurance History at the Goodman School of Business

Since 2005, Goodman has been actively engaged in the development and implementation of a formal Assurance of Learning process. Under the guidance of the Dean’s office a faculty Learning Assurance Committee was formed with representation from all faculty departments, undergraduate and graduate students, and chaired by the Associate Dean, Undergraduate Programs and AACSB. The committee’s mandate was to identify key skills important for students' professional success, design a process where student learning would be measured in these areas, and disseminate the outcomes to faculty to support curriculum review and revision.

With continuous improvement as the foundation, the Assurance of Learning process has continued to evolve and expand leading to more stakeholder involvement and positive outcomes for student learning.