Academic Program Reviews
To assess and improve the quality of programs, institutions engage in periodic review of their degree and certificate offerings. New doctoral programs are required to submit reports in the first, third, and fifth years of operation to determine if commitments made during the proposal process are being met. Coordinating Board staff also review academic programs on a rolling five-year basis to ensure that they meet Board-mandated minimal thresholds of productivity. Questions about these resources should be directed to AHA@highered.texas.gov.
- Graduate Programs Reviews
The Coordinating Board’s online system that records and tracks the graduate review schedule of each institution, allows institutions to submit review materials, and gives institutions feedback from Board staff.
- Low-Producing Program (LPP) Reviews
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board conducts an annual analysis of degree productivity to determine which programs do not meet Low-Producing Program (LPP) standards for the number of graduates.
- Annual Progress Reports
Institutions establishing new doctoral programs are required to submit reports to the Coordinating Board during the first, third, and fifth years of program operation.