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In what year did you join COSMA?
2008 - Charter member
At what stage are you in the accreditation process?
Which of the following best describes your institution? Check all that apply.
Small in size
Medium in size
Large in size
Which of the following degree programs in SM do you currently offer?
Which of the following are the most relevant reasons your program is working/worked toward accreditation?
Increase program visibility
Help students find jobs
Parents/students/employers ask us about accreditation
Sport industry recognition
Administrator requirement (e.g., Dean, Provost)
What might hinder a program from going through COSMA accreditation?
Instability in the academic unit
Loss of administration's support
Paperwork, reporting requirements
Not see benefits, lack of ROI
Lack of sport industry recognition
What support/guidance can COSMA provide that is most helpful? Check all that apply.
Documented benefits of accreditation
In your opinion, what does COSMA do well?
Guidance at all stages
Creating/Refining an effective outcomes assessment process
Professional development opportunities (e.g., conference presentations, BOD/BOC participation
Helping programs gain needed resources
What else does COSMA do well?
In your opinion, what could COSMA do better?
COSMA is considering shifting to a FLAT FEE for site visit expenses. If adopted, programs would pay $5,000 up front and COSMA would pay all costs associated with the site visit. It would eliminate the application fee, honorarium payment, travel, hotel and miscellaneous costs. What do you think of this potential policy change?
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