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Online Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management
Online Master of Engineering Management
Online Master of Electrical Engineering
Online Master of Civil Engineering

Online Bachelor of Science in Technical Operations Management

The ETM faculty review class assessment results yearly and make curricular adjustments if needed. Through these assessment methods, program and course level feedback, loops are achieved.

 

Online Master of Engineering Management

  1. The capstone Engineering Management Project course and the supporting courses listed above continue to demonstrate a high rate of completion with the minimum grade required. Improvements have been seen in the careful selection of instructors for these key courses, in response to the various assessments described above. This has helped the MEM Program achieve its mission and has enabled scores of students to meet the Program Educational Objectives.
  2. At two recent meetings of the ISE Board of Advisors, various types of certifications or concentrations in the Masters of Engineering Management degree have all been recent topics of discussion and action. The two new elective courses, EMGT 6500 – Lean Systems Thinking and EMGT 6700 – Engineering Leadership, were established in part as a result of discussions at these meetings.
  3. Currently one course is fully certified by Quality Matters to meet applicable quality standards, and three more are in process. Over the past year, completion of this process has proven to result in numerous improvements in the organization and delivery of each course examined.

 

Online Master of Electrical Engineering

  1. The Graduate Committee regularly reviews student performance related to outcomes A, B, and C and occasionally makes changes to the graduate requirements to ensure that outcomes A--C are met.
  2. The School regularly reviews these outcomes at our annual retreat and advisory board meeting.

 

Online Master of Civil Engineering

  • The department graduate committee oversees graduate learning
  • Graduate learning takes place through one-on-one mentoring by research advisors and committee members, coursework, and the independent and guided planning, execution, and analysis of the research plan
  • Students must successfully complete the college graduate writing course, ET 6200
  • Students must successfully complete the course CE 6915 – Civil Engineering Seminar. The course’s primary focus is on research planning, conduct, and communication. The course content can be adjusted to address areas of concern.