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Quality of Education at AUC

Foster academic excellence and a culture of continuous improvement through innovative pedagogies and research that cultivates lifelong learning, personal fulfillment, and adaptability to the future requirements of local and international job markets.

Foster academic excellence in a liberal arts culture, through innovative teaching and quality research, to prepare students for future local and international careers and lifelong learning. 

1. Enhance student learning through innovative pedagogies and effective assessment learning experience

2. Prepare students with transferable skills for constantly changing local and global economies

3. Promote high-impact, quality research to enhance the learning experience



Academic Program Reviews   

The academic program review is a process that ensures each degree program at AUC undergoes a comprehensive cyclic process of assessment of quality, potential, and sustainability for the purpose of enhancing academic quality and students’ experience, and ensuring resources are used efficiently and allocated to support AUC’s mission and strategic plan. The academic program review generates in-depth communication between the academic departments and the university administration which can be a central mechanism for advancing the university mission, setting priorities, allocating resources, and identifying future areas of potential growth. The review plan can also be used to enhance the process of evaluating the feasibility of new programs by learning the key determinants of a successful program that provides an intellectually stimulating and enriching learning experience to students and is in line with AUC’s mission.  For the full academic program review process, click here.



Quality of Undergraduate Education

In the summer of 2017, the Provost established a task force on the quality of undergraduate education at AUC to offer a solution that would enhance and improve good teaching across various departments, as well as address other impediments to our students' learning experience.