Program/Department Administration

Learn what Query Library resources are available for UW-Madison staff in the area of program/department administration.

Who Would Use Program/Department Administration Queries?

UW-Madison employees selecting this group carry out the following functions in their job:

  • management and administration of Academic Programs and Departments or Student Services Programs/Units (examples include: Deans' Staff, Department Administrators, Honors Program Directors/Coordinators, Pathways Diversity Coordinators, etc)

To perform their job functions employees selecting this group access data that helps them:

  • assign, manage, and audit undergraduate advisor assignments
  • monitor and evaluate retention trends
  • analyze and compare summary statistics of student performance/achievement
  • track transfers into and out of schools/colleges or departments
  • identify trends in majors and options both within and between departments
  • identify potentially at-risk first-year students based on reported mid-term grades
  • conduct longitudinal analyses for program/department assessment and planning purposes (e.g. years to degree)
  • manage unit timetable processes

Examples of working titles for this group include:

  • Department Administrator
  • Executive Director
  • Department Chair
  • Institutional Researcher
  • Department Associate Chair
  • Assistant Dean (Administration)
  • Honors Program Director/Coordinator
  • Program Director/Coordinator (e.g. Academic Advancement Program, TRIO, Undergraduate Research Scholars, Chancellor's Scholars, Medical Scholars)

Authorization

You must be authorized to access the queries below. Once authorized, go to the Query Library at https://authhub.wisconsin.edu/?app=Hyperion

Sample Program/Department Administration queries
  • On-Campus Transfers INTO and OUT OF an Academic Group.
    List of students from a selected school/college that transferred INTO or OUT of that school/college.
  • Course Enrollment History.
    Historical data for a course or courses in a department. It was designed to answer the question, 'How have enrollments in this course varied from year to year, semester to semester?'
  • Years to Degree.
    Elapsed calendar years to degree for students awarded degrees in the term(s) and plan(s) selected including the count of fall/spring and summer terms the graduate(s) were enrolled.