Examples of Use at Institutions

The DQP in Practice at North Dakota State College of Science

Gloria Dohman, Associate Vice President for Institutional Effectiveness The North Dakota State College of Science is an associate-degree granting institution founded in 1903. Its primary mission is to support the workforce needs of the state and to provide liberal arts education. NDSCS awards the AA, AS, ASN, and thirty-seven AAS degrees, as well as certificates  Read more…


The DQP in Practice at IUPUI and Ivy Tech

Carol Schuck, Dean, Liberal Arts and Sciences, Ivy Tech Mel Wininger, Senior Lecturer in English, IUPUI IUPUI (Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis) and the Indianapolis campus of Ivy Tech Community College (IVTC) are partnered in the AAC&U’s Quality Collaborative project (www.aacu.org/qc/index.cfm). Our Collaborative is investigating methods and forms of identifying the transfer of competencies between  Read more…


The DQP in Practice at California State University, East Bay

Susan B. Opp, Associate Vice President California State University, East Bay is a comprehensive public university enrolling more than 13,000 students in the San Francisco Bay Area. The two campuses of Cal State East Bay offer 52 baccalaureate degrees, 35 master’s degrees, and a doctorate in educational leadership. Named a “Best in the West” college  Read more…


The DQP and the Creation of the Transformative Education Program at Saint Augustine’s University

Saint Augustine’s University in Raleigh, North Carolina, one of the 25 institutions in the CIC/DQP Consortium supported by a grant from the Lumina Foundation, has used the DQP to leverage a transformation of its academic programs in record time.  A Transformative Education Program (TEP) for General Education and revised courses in every major were implemented  Read more…


Point Loma Nazarene University (PLNU) Degree Qualification Profile (DQP) Pilot Program

Dr. Kerry Fulcher, Provost and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Margaret Bailey, Vice Provost for Program Development and Accreditation Liaison Officer Dr. Maria Zack, Professor and Chair of the Department of Mathematical, Information and Computer Sciences PLNU is liberal arts, mission focused university combining traditional residential undergraduate student population (2,400 students) with professional graduate programs (1000  Read more…