Each program is reviewed on a regular cycle. Reviews may be scheduled to coincide or coordinate with other reviews (such as accreditation) or to address a special concern about a particular program. Reviews that coordinate with other reviews should still address the core criteria for academic program review described in the self-study section (see "Documentation"). Ordinarily, the length of time between reviews is no more than seven years, but the associate provost who is responsible for program review may grant exceptions to this timeframe.
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