The Electrical Engineering (EE) program at Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http://www.abet.org.
In the 2016-2017 academic year, there are currently a total of 154 EE majors in the Fall and 148 EE majors in the Winter semesters. In the 2016-2017 academic year, there were 30 graduates from the EE program.
The Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering has instituted a two year cycle for assessing the student outcomes. Three outcomes are assessed each semester. The Electrical Engineering program is accredited by ABET. The program is reviewed every six years by ABET. By having a two year cycle, each of the student outcomes will be assess three times in each review cycle. In addition, outcomes that are assessed in fall of one cycle will be assessed in winter of the next cycle. This way classes only offered once per year can be assessed for an outcome at least every four years.
Different assessment methods like tests, examinations, quizzes, term paper, project report, journal reports, final examination, mid-term examination, and jury evaluations are administered.
Indirect measures include student satisfaction surveys, exit interviews, and employer and alumni surveys.
The ECE Department assigns different courses for assessing a student learning goal. Based on the course content of these courses the faculty decides which student learning goals are satisfied by the courses. Different assessment methods like tests, examinations, quizzes, term paper, project report, journal reports, final examination, mid-term examination, and jury evaluations are administered.
The ECE Department faculty meets at the end of each semester to discuss their assessment results (student learning goals) and submit course level assessment results for each course they assessed. A copy of the course level assessment results sheet is available at http://apr.svsu.edu/?r=407&k=416b0e028d. The faculty member shows the evaluation mechanism, % of successful students, how the assessed outcomes are addressed in the course, actions taken to implement previous recommendations, fulfillment of current outcomes and planned future changes.
At the end the Department chair/assessment coordinator prepares a program-level student outcome assessment summary sheet after getting input from all faculty members for each student learning goal assessed.
A copy of the program-level student outcome assessment summary sheet is available at http://apr.svsu.edu/?r=408. Links of the program objectives to student learning goals are shown in http://apr.svsu.edu/?c=254&k=9978097622. Links of EE courses to student learning goals or student outcomes are shown in http://apr.svsu.edu/?r=406.
Student outcome #2: ECE 255 and ECE 499
Student outcome #7: ECE 216L, ECE 345, and ECE 499
Student outcome #12: ECE 216L, ECE 318L, ECE 341L, ECE 358L, and ECE 499
Student outcome #1: ECE 302, ECE 341, and ECE 460
Student outcome #8: ECE 341L, ECE 358, ECE 460L, and ECE 497
Student outcome #10: ECE 453 and ECE 499
Student outcome #4: ECE 101, ECE 497, ECE 499, and ECE 360
Student outcome #5: ECE 335, ECE 255, ECE 341, ECE 345, and ECE 302
Student outcome #9: ECE 470, ECE 497, and ECE 499
Student outcome #3: ECE 453, ECE 460, ECE 497, ECE 499, and ECE 458L
Student outcome #6: ECE 101, ECE 497, and ECE 499
Student outcome #11: ECE 453L, ECE 318L, ECE 458L, and ECE 460L
Student Outcome #1: ECE235, ECE318, ECE302 and ECE360
Student Outcome #8: ECE345, ECE461, ECE441, EE497 and ECE499
Student Outcome #10: ECE345, ECE441, EE497 and ECE499
Student Outcome #2: ECE235L, ECE355L and ECE453L
Student Outcome #7: ECE216L, ECE358, ECE453 and ECE499
Student Outcome #12: ECE318L, ECE341L, ECE451 and ECE499