Ohio Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Program Review

The OSU Extension family and consumer sciences (FCS) program review is the fourth of a series of OSU Extension reviews.

Purpose
The purpose of a program review is to guide program development on a continual basis. A program review is a process that evaluates the status, effectiveness, and progress of programs and helps identify future direction and priorities. Program reviews are a standard practice in higher education (Barak, 1082; Barak & Berdahl, 1978; Berrett, D., 2011). The OSU Extension family and consumer sciences program review is a voluntary practice for self-study and external review.

The review includes these essential elements:

Questions to be asked during external review

OSU Extension program reviews are conducted on behalf of Dr. Jackie Kirby Wilkins, interim director of OSU Extension for the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences. The OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences Program Review will be led by Dr. Greg Davis, with support from Terri Fisher.