Continuous Quality Improvement

Course and Instructor Evaluations

As a component institution of The University of Texas System, UT Tyler is committed to maintaining a standard of excellence in all of its programs, departments and colleges. A program for course and instructor evaluation is integral to the assessment and improvement of the college’s educational function. A comprehensive course and instructor evaluation is a multistep process with multiple intended outcomes.

Student course and instructor evaluations are conducted online every session and/or semester as required by the policies and procedures of UT Tyler. The Office of the Director of Institutional Analysis coordinates course and instructor evaluations conducted through myUTTyler. The University has a required set of questions that are asked about every class at the University. Faculty have the right to ask additional questions separate from the University’s required questions that may provide additional information the instructor finds more useful for improvement of their own course or the questions may be better suited to alternative pedagogies (e.g., team-based learning [TBL]).

Pharmacist Licensing Exam Results

As part of the FCOP’s continuous quality improvement process, students will be asked to release a copy of their licensing exam results, e.g. the North American Pharmacist Licensure Examination (NAPLEX) and Multistate Pharmacy Jurisprudence Examination (MPJE).