Peregrine Academic Services provides global higher education support services for program level accreditation (international and US-based), curriculum assessment, academic continuous improvement and student/faculty development for our client institutions of higher education. Peregrine Academic Services, along with Peregrine Leadership Institute, provides a variety of academic consulting services in addition to leadership development and management services through the use of interactive workshops and seminars based on practical approaches held in the US.
In Russian language, Peregrine provides internationally normed, summative online assessment exams in Business Administration used for internal and external academic program evaluation that are applicable for assessment of management education throughout the world. The online exam services are designed to satisfy the AACSB, ACBSP, and IACBE accreditation requirements related to learning outcomes assessment, quality assurance, and external academic benchmarking.
The most common assessment construct is an Inbound/Outbound Exam approach. Students at the start of the academic program complete the Inbound Exam. The Outbound Exam is administered to the students at the end of the academic program. Many schools also use a Midpoint Exam to measure student progress. All exams are provided online, with or without an exam proctor, using a secure web service that includes safeguards to ensure exam integrity.
The difference in Inbound and Outbound exam scores, both cumulatively and individually, is your direct measure of learning and the value added by the academic institution. Program-level and course-level learning outcomes are evaluated, analyzed, and assessed using the detailed reporting provided with the service. External benchmarking includes the comparisons of the percent change and the Outbound Exam results to other academic institutions. Collectively, the assessment construct is designed to satisfy several programmatic and institutional accreditation needs.
In English language, we provide online learning modules (ALC online mini-courses) based on the business program Common Professional Component (CPC) topics. There are 15 CPC-based modules. Each module includes a pre-test, 4-6 hours of instructional material, and a post-test. These modules can be used to build an academic course for English language instruction of Business curriculum, to supplement undergraduate or graduate programs. Use of the modules promotes global business education instruction and business instruction in English, and is designed to satisfy several AACSB, ACBSP, and IACBE accreditation requirements related to quality and assurance of learning.