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Integrating Computer Science And Engineering Technology To Implement An Abet Accredited Program

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Conference

2010 Annual Conference & Exposition

Location

Louisville, Kentucky

Publication Date

June 20, 2010

Start Date

June 20, 2010

End Date

June 23, 2010

ISSN

2153-5965

Conference Session

Computers in Education Poster Session

Tagged Division

Computers in Education

Page Count

11

Page Numbers

15.760.1 - 15.760.11

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https://peer.asee.org/16032

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45

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Daniel Solarek University of Toledo

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Hong Wang The University of Toledo

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Allen Rioux The University of Toledo

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William Evans The University of Toledo

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weiqing sun The University of Toledo

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Results: Figure 2 is an example table we used to evaluate course objective for CSET3150 Algorithm course. All the major courses have a table developed for assessment. Over the years, the tables can be modified to meet new requirements for continuous improvement. Figure 3 shows the evaluation matrix mapped Abet A through K to each course. Course evaluation using a course form maps the result from each course to this matrix. In Assessment meeting, CSET faculties evaluate the whole curriculum. Courses that are not meeting requirement will be improved or modified to close the loop. Minute from 2007 assessment meeting showed that most courses have met the requirement with 80% or more of the students having grade B or above. Some courses needed improvement. Our introduction course CSET1100 as example, had a high attrition rate. The programming language we used was not effective enough. Faculty committee decided to switch to Python, a nicer language with built in Object Oriented feature and multimedia support. Clicker technique was also introduced to the class to improve teacher student interaction in class. The clicker technique turns out to be so popular that we decide to employ it throughout the all the major classes. The University of Toledo Computer Science & Engineering Technology Program Program Courses Mapped to Program Outcomes 2-Apr-07 ENGT 1000

ENGT 2000

ENGT 3010

ENGT 3050

ENGT 4050

EECS 1590

EET 2210

EET 2230

EET 2410

EET 2420

EET 3350

EET 4250

CSET 1100

CSET 1200

CSET 2200

CSET 3150

CSET 3300

CSET 3600

CSET 4100

CSET 4250

CSET 4750 Required Courses

a) Mastery of knowledge, techniques of discipline b) Ability to apply current knowledge c) Ability to conduct experiments d) Ability to apply creativity in design e) Ability to function on teams f) Ability to identify, analyze and solve problems g) Ability to communicate effectively h) Recognition of lifelong learning i) Understand profesional, ethical, social responsibility j) Knowledge of profesional, societal, global issues k) Commitment to quality and improvement

Figure 3. Assessment Matrix

Solarek, D., & Wang, H., & Rioux, A., & Evans, W., & sun, W. (2010, June), Integrating Computer Science And Engineering Technology To Implement An Abet Accredited Program Paper presented at 2010 Annual Conference & Exposition, Louisville, Kentucky. https://peer.asee.org/16032

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