PME Unit Plan (due September 30, 2014)

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PME Unit Plan (due September 30, 2014)
Year:
FY16 and 17 (incl. new budget
requests for FY16 and 17 and
capital requests for FY17)
Submitted by:
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Department/Office:
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Date Submitted:
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Division:
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Mission/Purpose of the Program/Unit
The program’s mission statement describes the purpose of the department/unit, who is served, and ultimately connects the
department/unit’s purpose to the mission of CSU. (Align the program/unit’s mission with the CSU mission, the college/division
mission, and the department’s mission).
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Goals and Objectives
Goals are broad statements of a unit’s operating aims. Objectives are specifically about the annualized end results of a unit’s
efforts sought after relative to its goals. SPECIFY THE STRATEGIC PLAN GOAL ASSOCIATED WITH EACH UNIT GOAL AND OBJECTIVE.
G1. Goal 1:
O1.
Objective(s):
G2. Goal 2:
O2.
Objective(s):
G3. Goal 3:
O3.
Objective(s):
Indicate
timeline for
Objectives
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Current Year only: ___ O1 ___O2 ___O3
Current and Succeeding Years: ___O1 ___O2 ___O3
Succeeding Years only: ___O1 ___O2 ___O3
Learning and Program Outcomes
Learning Outcomes (SLOs): results in terms of knowledge, skills, attitudes, and habits of mind that result from the experience. LOs describe what
students or unit contacts will do (what the department or office (unit) intends for students and/or those who contact it to know (cognitive), think
(affective, attitudinal), or do (behavioral, performance, psychomotor) when they have completed a given educational program or interaction with
an administrative unit). LOs address and are parts of an academic program’s assessment plan or a non-academic unit’s educational goal(s).
Instructional units may stipulate “See Form 201B”.
Program Outcomes (POs): the results you want to see in your unit’s programs and services. These outcomes state what a unit’s effectiveness
would be in terms of its programming (including usage, enrollment, completion) other than learning.
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Assessment and Evaluation Instruments and Criteria
*Identify and describe appropriate assessment instruments or methods for evaluating each outcome. Establish a criterion level
for success. The criterion should align with the Strategic Plan measures where possible. For SLOs, instructional units should indicate
the following: “See Form 201BC”.
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
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Establishing Priorities
Identify your unit’s three highest priorities that address its goals, objectives, and outcomes and state the estimated cost. The
priorities should align with the University’s Strategic Plan Goals which have been detailed below. Explain the reasons for your
ranking, taking into account your analyses of areas of potential sustainable advantage and long term demand. Place the projected
budget dollar amounts needed.
 Academic Excellence, Teaching and Research
 Community Service and Engagement
 Cost Efficiencies and Diverse Revenue Streams
 Enrollment, Retention and Graduation
 Strengthened Infrastructure
 Shared Accountability and Image
EP1:
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EP2:
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EP3:
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Budget Implications of Priorities
For each priority above, indicate if you will utilize existing resources or internally re-allocated resources to address the priority.
Requests for new or capital funding should be vetted with your unit’s dean/area vice president. Indicate with a letter if the priority
entails a new funding request (N), capital request (C) or budget timeline that extends past the current fiscal year (F).
BIP1
BIP2
BIP3
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Proposed Budget Allocation FY2016
List your preferred allocation of your department’s budget based on your desire to fund your stated priorities. If you are basing
your reallocation of funds on securing external, non-appropriated funds, these funds should be awarded to the University and
allocated to your department already. If you are requesting a reallocation, specify the funds/categories and amounts for the
reallocation.
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For your FY14-15 plan, the university priorities are Goals 4 and 6 of the Strategic
Plan. Each unit indicated MUST develop a program outcome related to the
following, if it has not already done so:
 Communications and Compliance: stipulate a program outcome related to
communications within your unit and between your unit and its
college/division structure. [For BOTH instructional and non-instructional
units.]
 Enrollment Planning: stipulate an outcome for your unit’s enrollment,
retention, and graduation planning. Instructional units may stipulate “See
ERG Planning Document”. [For instructional units and units in the Division
of Enrollment Management only.]
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In addition, units that develop communications/compliance and enrollment
planning goals must include them in the Establishing Priorities section in the
template.
Glossary of Terms
Criterion: overall level of satisfactory performance on a student learning outcome
PME Plan: activity sequence designed to help accomplish intended outcomes/student learning outcomes and/or
program outcomes to implement the strategic plan and align budgeting with quality improvement.
Goal: broad statement about desired ends
Learning Outcome: results in terms of knowledge, skills, attitudes, and habits of mind that result from the experience.
LOs describe what students or unit contacts will do (what the department or office (unit) intends for students and/or
those who contact the unit to know (cognitive), think (affective, attitudinal), or do (behavioral, performance,
psychomotor) when they have completed a given educational program or interaction with an administrative unit). LOs
address and are parts of an academic program’s assessment plan or a non-academic unit’s educational goal(s).
Assessment/Evaluation Instrument: method to gauge achievement of expected results
Criteria: measurable/quantifiable benchmark/target/level of performance for an assessment instrument
Mission: highest aims, purpose, intentions, and activities of entity.
Objectives: are specifically about the end results of a unit’s efforts.
Program Outcomes (POs): the results you want to see in your unit’s programs and services. These outcomes state what
a unit’s effectiveness would be in terms of its programming (including usage, enrollment, completion).
Developed utilizing & modifying the following documents:
Virginia Commonwealth University – http://vcu.edu/quality/pdfs/WEAVEManual2002.pdf
University of Western Washington – http://www.wwu.edu/depts/assess/prog_handbook.pdf
Western Association of Schools & Colleges – http://www.wascsenior.org/files/Program_Learning_Outcomes_Rubric_4_08.pdf
University of Missouri-Kansas - http://www.umkc.edu/assessment/downloads/assessment-plan-template.pdf
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