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IAB Meeting Mark Smotherman April 11, 2014. Topics: Enrollments Space ABET/CAC Accreditation Status. Five-Year Undergraduate Enrollments. Fall 2013 Undergraduate Demographics. Five-Year Graduate Enrollments. Total PhD program growth. Fall 2013 Graduate Demographics. Continued Growth.

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Iab meeting mark smotherman april 11 2014

IAB MeetingMark SmothermanApril 11, 2014

Topics:

Enrollments

Space

ABET/CAC Accreditation Status


Five year undergraduate enrollments
Five-YearUndergraduate Enrollments



Five year graduate enrollments
Five-YearGraduate Enrollments




Continued growth
Continued Growth

  • Increasing demand for B.S. in Computer Science

  • Requests for providing undergraduate courses at University Center in Greenville

  • Growth in DPA MFA

  • Opportunity for expanding program with Charleston site

  • Growth in PhD programs


Space needs
Space Needs

  • Southeast Precinct Master Plan was finalized in July 2013

  • current assignable square feet for SOC is 23,957

  • additional footage calculated for “right-sizing” was 33,522 (140% increase)

  • Campus Planner recommended a new building, but this must wait on a major donor

  • Not enough office, lab, or storage space

  • Have converted offices to labs, conference rooms to office suites, etc.

  • Teaching Assistants have no individual desks, and our four Graduate Teachers of Record must share one office


  • Our B.S. in Computer Science is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission (CAC) of the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET)

  • Typical period is six years

  • We were given a two-year period, which will be reviewed this summer


Abet cac calendar of events
ABET/CAC Calendar of Events

  • July 2011 self-study and October 2011 visit

    • December 2011 – draft statement with “deficiency” regarding continuous improvement and concern over emphasis on Unix

    • our reply included a 3-semester Student Outcome review

  • July 2012 – two-year accreditation

    • interim report due in summer 2013

    • “weakness” regarding continuous improvement

  • June 2013 – interim report with Student Outcome review

    • October 2013 – draft statement, weakness remains

    • our reply included additional 2-semester Student Outcome review

  • July 2014 – ABET CAC summer meeting


B s computer science program educational outcomes
B.S. Computer ScienceProgram Educational Outcomes

  • Graduates will be employed in the computing profession and will be engaged in learning, understanding, and applying new ideas and technologies as the computing field evolves.

  • Graduates with an interest in, and aptitude for, advanced studies will have completed or be actively pursuing graduate studies.


B s computer science student outcomes 1 2
B.S. Computer ScienceStudent Outcomes (1/2)

  • Graduates will be able to apply mathematical foundations, algorithmic principles, and computer science theory in the modeling and design of computer-based systems in a way that demonstrates comprehension of the tradeoffs involved in design choices.

  • Graduates will be able to analyze a problem, and identify and define the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.

  • Graduates will be able to apply design and development principles in the construction of software systems that function in accordance with specifications.


B s computer science student outcomes 2 2
B.S. Computer ScienceStudent Outcomes (2/2)

  • Graduates will be able to express ideas effectively in oral and written communications.

  • Graduates will be able to function effectively on teams to accomplish a common goal.

  • Graduates will be able to understand professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.



Review process
Review Process

  • Three-year cycle for review of PEOs, with input requested each cycle from faculty, graduates, students, and employers

  • Yearly SO review based on course measures

  • Input requested from employers on 3-year cycle

  • Undergraduate Affairs and Assessment Committees considered SO course measures and other inputs in early fall 2013

  • Assessment Committee recommended no changes in PEOs, SOs, or B.S. curriculum

  • October 2013 – faculty voted to reaffirm the PEOs and SOs, and to approve that no changes are seen as necessary in the B.S. curriculum based on the SO course measures



Iab input desired
IAB Input Desired

  • B.S. in Computer Science Program Educational Outcomes

  • B.S. in Computer Science Student Outcomes

  • Curriculum suggestions for B.S. in Computer Science


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