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Determining content, scheduling, equipment, technology, supplies. Decisions. Eliminating courses (6 credit hours). Defining prereqs , expectations. Choosing textbooks/ resources. Developing, strengthening faculty. Addressing workforce requirements. Decision Strategy.

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Decisions

Determining content, scheduling, equipment, technology, supplies

Decisions

Eliminating courses (6 credit hours)

Defining prereqs,expectations

Choosing textbooks/resources

Developing, strengthening faculty

Addressing workforce requirements

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design


Decision strategy

Decision Strategy

…purpose…guides the program, is the basis for making curricular decisions, long-range planning, faculty selection, and resource allocation

(National Association of Schools of Art and Design, 2009)

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design

…it is essential that each design program defines its special, perhaps unique function in the larger context of artistic endeavor.


Process

Process

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design

Mission/Vision/Principles

Learning Outcomes/Goals

Curriculum Mapping

Course/Syllabus Design

Curriculum Committee Approval

Strategic Planning/Assessment

Resource/Project Justification


Process1

Process

…reflects a clear understanding of the [program] by the faculty and staff

…describes the [program’s] uniqueness and its place within the larger college

(SACS accreditation 2.4 and 2.5)

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design

…focuses on teaching and learning


Foundation

Foundation

Assessment

Strategic Planning

Curriculum Approval/Program Review

Master/Course Syllabus Design

Curriculum Mapping

Program Goals/Outcomes

Mission Statement (vision, values)

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design


Mission design

Mission Design

…essential to effectively establishing program goals, outcomes, curriculum, policy, and resource allocation

…collective agreement about the program’s “reason for being”

(David, 1984; Staples & Black, 1984)

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design

…essential first step in program design


Decisions

Principles

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design

Collaboratively designed by those who carry it out

Uniquely framed by internal knowledge & experience in the field

Rationally informed by knowledge of internal/external forces (data)

Consensus built around common understanding, common language

Inspired by optimism, confidence, and certainty in the program’s worth


Vision mission

Vision? Mission?

  • Who do we serve?

  • What’s our purpose?

  • What’s the process?

Mission

Vision

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design

  • Who are we?

  • What do we believe is possible?

  • How do we hope others see us?


Decisions

homework

Institutional

Expectations

&

Government

Agendas

Workforce

Climate

&

Employer Need

Internal

&

External

Quality

Standards

In Field

Comparative

Peer

Analysis

Internal

Data

&

Review

Knowledge Base

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design


Decisions

Components

Process

Purpose

Services, instructional approaches, curriculum philosophy

Where the value’s seen

Who we Serve

Those Who benefit from the work

Unique Mission

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design


Decisions

Draft Template

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design

The Visual Communications Program

(verb “purpose”)

(object “who you serve”)

through or by

(verb “how you achieve it”)


Pitfalls

Pitfalls

  • Developed in isolation

  • Based solely on tradition

  • Fear of ridicule

  • Stereotypes of people, roles

  • Fatigued leaders

  • Short-term thinking

  • Lack of communication, action, use

Program Design & Mapping: AAS, Visual Communications-Graphic Design


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