Quality System of the Degree

The university through the AUDIT program ANECA obtained positive evaluation of the design of the Internal System Quality Assurance (SGIC) in July 2010 for all Official Courses taught, both Bachelors and Masters.
 
The Commission on the Quality of the Master’s Degree (CCT) in High Performance Sport: Strength and Conditioning.
 
Objectives
 
The Commission on the Quality of the Master’s Degree handles the System's Internal Quality Assurance (SGIC) in accordance with the below objectives:
 
  1. Coordinate the process of drafting the Academic Handbook and review the information contained in it for publication.
  2. Check SGIC plans of the degree to ensure compliance with the general requirements of the Quality Manual, Policy and Quality Objectives and the appropriate requirements of the verification and accreditation guidelines.
  3. Monitor the implementation of annual objectives of the degree.
  4. Have systems for collecting and analyzing information that allows the assessment of the maintenance of the program, and its upgrade or renewal.
  5. Control the execution of the deviations arising from the review and improvement of the SGIC.
  6. Identify areas for improvement, where possible.
  7. Be informed by those responsible for the results of survey evaluations and identify areas of improvement that may arise from these results.

Structure and composition

President: Pedro E. Alcaraz Ramon

Permanent member: Domingo J. Ramos Campo

Additional member: Jacobo Á. Rubio Arias

Responsibilities:

President of the CCT:

  1. Preside and direct meetings
  2. Establish the meeting agenda
  3. Appoint representatives from faculty, students, administration staff
  4. Promote and encourage active participation in the CCT
  5. Distribute tasks and assign responsibles
  6. Submit issued reports to the CPA and ED

Secretary of the CCT:

  1. Meet with the President of the CCT
  2. Provide technical support for the CCT
  3. Read minutes from the meetings for approval

Members of the CCT

  1. Perform tasks that are designated to them by the President of the CCT (identifying improvements, evaluation, etc.)
  2. Actively participate in CCT meetings

 

Graduation Rate
This indicator provides annual information on the proportion of students who manage to complete the degree within the allotted time plus one year with respect to students initially enrolled in that degree. 
 
Abandonment Rate
This indicator provides annual information on the proportion of students who drop out of the degree in relation to the students initially enrolled.
 
Efficiency Ratio
This indicator provides annual information on the difference between the number of credits actually enrolled by the graduates with respect to the credits in which they should have been enrolled. 
 
Rate of Return
This indicator provides annual information on the proportion of ordinary credits passed by students with respect to ordinary credits enrolled.
 
Evolution of the indicators and global data of the Master's Degree in High Sports Performance: 

 
The Quality Committee of the Master’s Degree (CCT) in High Performance Sport: Strength and Conditioning examines the Degree status with respect to the quality of its teaching and organizational issues and makes recommendations on the aspects that should be subject to review and improvement. This CCT carries out various measures to evaluate and improve the degree.
 
  • Monthly meetings with the Direction of Quality of the UCAM where different topics are reviewed, such as:
  1. Knowledge and improvement of the internal procedures that make up the University's Internal Quality Assurance System.
  2. Participation in the creation and implementation of the title claims procedure.
  3. Training sessions for the design and configuration of the degree website.
 
A summary of these meetings can be provided upon request to the Direction of Quality of the Degree.
 
 
An evaluation survey is presented to all current students regarding the degree of satisfaction on the curriculum and the professors. Results from completed surveys will be used by the CCT to make recommendations on varying aspects that can be further improved within the Master’s program.
 
 
Results of the Evaluation
 
1. COMPLAINT/SUGGESTION BEFORE THE DEGREE.      FIRST INSTANCE 
 
 
BEGINNING
The process starts, upon request by any member of the university community, through the submission of the complaint or suggestion through  that serves as a support for the process: soporte 
 
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION
The Quality Commission of the Degree will study and assess it, within a maximum period of fifteen working days, in order to issue and communicate a resolution that contains, if applicable, the appropriate corrective actions.
 
 
COMMUNICATION OF THE ANSWER TO THE USER.
Once issued the resolution, it will be communicated to the applying user through the web application where the request/suggestion was made, as well as through the e-mail indicated in it for notifications.
 
 
 
  2.  COMPLAINT BEFORE THE UNIVERSITY OMBUDSMAN.  SECOND INSTANCE.
 
If the resolution issued by the Quality Commission of the Degree is not satisfying for the user, it is possible to lodge a complaint before the University Ombudsman through the following "soporte"
 
The University Ombudsman, once received the information from all the parties and after reviewing the applicable normative, will assess the content of the complaint/suggestion presented and he will issue, within a maximum period of thirty working days, a resolution that will be communicated to the user through the web application designed for this purpose.