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Self-Study Report
A Self-Study Report is the primary document that each program uses to demonstrate its compliance with all applicable ICACIT criteria and policies. The self-study forms the initial basis for the review team to judge whether the program meets ICACIT requirements.

While most of the Self-Study Report is presented using paragraphs, a program can use charts and graphs to demonstrate compliance with the ICACIT criteria. The Self-Study Report also addresses the Faculty Curriculum Vitae and Course Syllabi.

The process of preparing a Self-Study Report takes approximately a year and is expected to be a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the strengths and limitations of the program being reviewed. ICACIT recommends that programs become familiar with the information requested in the applicable ICACIT Self-Study Questionnaire well before submitting a Request for Evaluation (RFE).

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