Predictive Models for Academic Resourcing
2. Design a tentative curriculum. Application of program economics models demonstrates quickly that one cannot predict the impact of a new program without knowing, at least approximately, which courses its students will take – not just in the major departments, but throughout the institution. Thus, the design of a tentative curriculum is a key step in new program evaluation. This should start with the required courses, both new and existing, plus options where students chose from an acceptable list. Electives cannot be detailed specifically, but lists of likely popular choices also should be drawn up at this stage. All this applies to general education, where applicable, as well as to courses directly feeding the major itself.
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