2012 Electronic & Computer Engineering Tech EET-SLO

2012 Electronic & Computer Engineering Tech EET-SLO







Western Student Learning Results (Program Outcomes) for 2012
# of Grads: 6

Source: Student

# of Responses: 3

Program: Elec & Computer Eng Tech - EET
Outcome
What did you like about this program?

Yes
3 100.00%

No
0

Unk
0

NA Result
0
Yes

Yes

Yes

What would you change about this program?

3 100.00%

0

0

Yes
Yes

3 100.00%

0

0

Yes

3 100.00%

0

0

Yes

3 100.00%

0

0

Yes
Classes were laid out well from the begining and I felt that I knew
what was expected of me with only a few exceptions.
Yes, we used effective communication skills in working with lab
partners, demonstrating our learning to the instructors, and in
classroom presentations.

0
Yes

Transfer social and natural science theories
into practical applications.

Electronics is an ever-changing field and there are maybe
somethings that could have been covered but weren't because of
time. On that note somethings there were taught maybe didn't need
to be covered in much detail or at all because of the way that the
tendancies have shifted.
I would not change much at all about it. I think it is very well rounded.
I don't know.

0
Yes
Yes

Apply mathematical concepts.

There was a lot of hands on use of the techniques and skills that
were included in the courses. Instructors were knowledgable and
wanted everyone to exceed.
I liked the variety of lab activities, the medium class size, and the
friendliness of the instructors. The instructors were also very helpful
and knowledgeable.
Challenged me.

0
Yes

Use effective communication skills.

Feedback

The techniques and skills taught in math were directly applied on a
day to day basis. The only time a skill was taught that wasn't really
needed it was only because it showed either why things happen the
way they do or grow at a reasonable speed.
Math was a very common thing to apply to our learning of electronics
throughout this program.

0
Yes

Yes

Yes to a certain extent these areas were used, but not as much as
electrical science.
All theories were shown not only on paper but usually in a real life
example.
Sometimes.

Yes

This was definitely applied, on a daily basis.

Yes

Demonstrate ability to think critically.

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3 100.00%

0

0

0

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Outcome

Yes

No

Unk

NA Result

Feedback

Yes

Yes

Demonstrate ability to value self and work
ethically with others in a diverse population.

3 100.00%

0

0

Class work did not just follow the same steps over and over but
required common sense and planning to look at a problem from
multiple directions.

Yes, we had to be confident in our own abilities to succeed, and had
to work ethically with our lab partners.
Trust was given only when it was deserved.

0

Yes

Use technology effectively.

3 100.00%

0

0

0
Yes
Yes

Make decisions that incorporate the
importance of sustainability

3 100.00%

0

0

There was a good blend of both brute calculations and hands on use
of the various equipment.
This was the basis of our program.

0
Yes
Yes

Yes

Apply electronic theory to practice

3 100.00%

0

0

Yes, because it was taught that energy shouldn't be wasted.
It was clear that no one was waiting to hit a crossroads because then
it was sometimes too late to make a decision. Really good planning
was key to staying on top of things.

The last semester involved lots of applying of the theory which was
great to bring things into perspective.
This was also the basis of the entire program.

0

Yes

Operate test equipment

3 100.00%

0

0

0
Yes

Yes

Build electronic circuits and systems

3 100.00%

0

0

Are there pieces of equipment that would have been nice to also
include. YES. But I feel all of the bases were covered and now I can
just build upon them.
Very often in the lab activities.

0
Yes
Yes
Yes

Yes

Evaluate the operation of electronic circuits or
systems

2

66.67%

1 33.33%

0

Very often in the lab activities.
Not as much the last semester as I thought I would.
No only did we build simple things but at times multiple circuits were
combined to show the utility and how different circuits interact.

There is no way to cover all the possible configurations but concepts
were given on how to interpret schematics and physical circuits.
Very often in the lab activities.

0

Yes

Communicate technical information

3 100.00%

0

0

0
Yes

Yes

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Technical informations is very different than everyday
communications and does require the concept of audience and
technique.
Yes, in the formal lab reports.

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Outcome
Aggregate Assessment of Achievement

Monday, November 18, 2013

Yes
41

97.62%

No
1

2.38%

Unk
0

NA Result

Feedback

0

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