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The ETM department has mapped individual ETM course competencies to each of the ETM program Learning Outcomes. This mapping process provides insurance and evidence that all outcomes are addressed throughout the ETM program. This mapping process also provides methods of assessment for each of the course competencies. These assessments include student projects, quizzes, tests, presentations, papers, portfolios as well as other assessment techniques. Student success in gaining these learning outcomes is based on passing of the ETM courses which is based on cumulative assessment scores in each course. In addition to individual course assessments the ETM program requires all ETM seniors to take the Certified Manufacturing Specialist exam. This certification test was selected due to its alignment with the majority of the ETM program outcomes in addition the certification exam is a national test provided and controlled by the Association of Technology, Management, and Applied Engineering (ATMAE). ATMAE is also a specialized program accreditation agency recognized by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).