Periodic Program Reviews

Academic programs at Mohave Community College provide opportunities for students to develop the knowledge, skills and values that they should display when they complete a program of study. Program goals and outcomes help faculty and staff focus on the delivery of course work that support students in achieving their educational goals. 

The purpose of periodic program review is to:

  • Improve certificate and degree programs through data driven peer reviews and self-evaluation
  • Encourage ongoing systematic collection and review of student learning assessments and effectiveness measures
  • Ensure that each program supports the college mission and aligns with the strategic directions of the college
Academic Program Goals and Outcomes
Art and Humanities Business Computer Information Systems
Dental Education English & Communication
Math Medical Assistant-Healthcare Information Technician Culinary
Engineering Nursing Radiologic Technology
Paramedic Physical Therapist Assistant Administration of Justice
Science Social and Behavioral Studies Surgical Technology
Automotive Collision Repair Automotive Service Technology Chemical Dependency Studies
Electrical Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning/Refrigeration Paralegal
Welding PreCollege Studies  
Academic Support Department Goals and Outcomes
Business Office Human Resources Information Technology
Institutional Research Student Services