In keeping with Mountwest’s commitment to provide the highest quality of educational programs, the college acknowledges the development of institutional and program policies and procedures, including;
- Timely submission of required fees and documentation including reports of graduation rates, performance on national licensing examinations and employment rates
- Timely notification of expected or unexpected substantive change(s) within the proram, and of any change in institutional accreditation status or legal authority to provide postsecondary education
- Coming into compliance with accreditation criteria within two years of being determined to be out of compliance
The institution shall have responsibility for allotting the resources necessary for the specific programs to accomplish their mission objectives while adhering to and continuing compliance with guidelines of their respective accrediting agencies.
The program director shall be responsible for adherence to accreditation policies and procedures. Program needs are to be communicated to the institution.
This policy reflects program compliance measures to be initiated, the required action and the responsibility for adherence to accreditation requirements. Compliance with this policy will provide for the institution and program to be aware of and plan for measures required for the continued accreditation of the physical therapist assistant program.