Assessment at UNCW

General Education Assessment

2015 Annual Report

The table below shows the percent of work products scored at a level two or higher and the percent of work products scored at a level three or higher for each dimension.This table is available as a PDF here.

This table shows percentage of work products scoring two or higher and three or higher for lower division and upper division courses.

Comparing the percentage of work products from upper- and lower-division courses that scored a two or higher on any dimension, lower-division work had a larger percentage of work scoring a two or higher on DV1 as well as a larger percentage of work scoring a three or higher on that same dimension. However, on DV4, upper-division work had larger percentages scoring a two or higher as well as a three or higher. However, the findings also indicate that most students are not reaching the graduating senior benchmark for the dimensions that were applicable to the assignment. There was no statistically significant differences in scores between upper- and lower-division courses on the two dimensions that were scored for both.