Carteret Community College Title III Grant

Section 5: Future Issues

Outline

A. Anticipated future curricular changes and needs (based on market & program trends)

B. Market trends within the program area

C. Equipment, space and faculty needs for future growth or continuation

D. Future plans

Detailed Description

This is an opportunity for programs to discuss what they will need for future growth, where their program is going, or anticipated future changes. Resources needed for future efforts can be discussed here. Some other issues that can be discussed are:

A. Anticipated future curricular changes and needs – this may include the development of new courses or a new program

B. Market trends within the program area

C. Equipment, space and faculty needs for future growth or continuation

D. Future plan

E. Review Resources

Review the adequacy of resources for your program. In any case where you consider the resources that support your program to be inadequate, you must justify that judgment by evidence that student learning is adversely affected. Consider the support personnel working in the program as well as the instructional and institutional academic support services that are unique and critical to your program. Are the classrooms and laboratory facilities adequate? If not, what must be done to make them adequate? Is the library collection available adequate? If not, consult with the librarians to determine what must be done to improve the holdings. What about equipment and supplies? Again, if the data indicates that they are inadequate, you must describe what must be done to correct the situation. Last but not the least, include the budget as well.

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