From design to review
Principles of program design seek to ensure programs are coherent, integrated, and enable students to achieve capabilities appropriate to the program aims. Where the same award is offered in different geographic locations or by different modes of delivery, the same graduate capabilities must apply.
RMIT’s set of generic graduate attributes represents the broad skills that RMIT University expects that graduates will have acquired and be able to demonstrate to an appropriate level whatever their program of study. Graduate attributes link to program learning outcomes.
Policies and procedures
- Program and course life-cycle procedure
- Program accreditation, amendment and renewal policies and procedures
- Work Integrated Learning (WIL) procedure
- Management of program advisory committees - procedure
- Graduate attributes
- Terms of Reference for Program Advisory Committees
- Program guides system
- Course guide editing
- Australian Qualifications Framework
- Department of Education - Workplace Learning – includes practical placement guidelines
- Academic Development Group College of Business
- Learning and Teaching in Design and Social Context
- Learning and Teaching in the College of Science, Engineering and Health
- The Office of Dean Learning and Teaching provides specialised support and advice on strategic learning and teaching initiatives, academic policy and implementation strategies.