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Computer Science Faculty Meeting ABET/Assessment Activities. Prepared by David Workman CS Assessment Coordinator April 5, 2007. Agenda. Review of Assessment and ABET Time Line Review of Program Objectives & Outcomes Review of ABET (a-i)
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CS Assessment Coordinator
April 5, 2007
Institution requests accreditation.
Institution prepares self study report
Visit team chairs assigned, visit dates set, team members selected, reports sent to teams
Accreditation visit takes place, draft evaluation report generated within 2 weeks of visit
Draft evaluation report edited and sent to institution
Institution sends draft response to ABET
Evaluation report revised based on institution response.
Accreditation Commission (CAC, EAC) meet to take final action
Institution mailed notice of action and final evaluation statement.
Data Collection Assessment & Evaluation/Analysis/Program Improvement
Outcomes & Measures
Make Changes to
Of Assessment Results
Assessment DataEECS Assessment Process
Alumni Survey (Yes)(Spr 07)
Industrial Survey (No)
CS Exit Survey (Yes) (Indirect)
Foundation Exam (Yes) (Direct)
Course Content (Yes) (Fall 06)(TBD) (Spr 07)
To give CS graduates the knowledge and skills necessary to participate as an effective team member or team leader in the development of large computer and software systems covering a broad range of engineering and scientific applications.
Prepare CS graduates for professional careers in roles including, but not limited to, the following: computer programmer, software engineer, software systems designer, software applications developer, technical software project lead, computer systems analyst, computer systems programmer, software applications tester and maintainer.
To prepare CS graduates with the knowledge and skills to do advanced studies and research in computer science and related engineering and scientific disciplines.
To equip CS graduates with the communication skills, both oral and written, to become an effective team-oriented problem solver as well as an effective communicator with non-technical stakeholders in computer and software systems development, maintenance and administration.
To prepare IT graduates with the knowledge and skills necessary to be an effective professional contributor or leader in the design, administration and management of information technology systems, databases and networks commonly used by industry, government, education, research and non-profit organizations.
To prepare IT graduates for professional careers in roles including, but not limited to, the following: IT manager, IT systems analyst, network designer, network administrator, network security administrator, web applications developer, webmaster, database administration, IT project lead, IT quality assurance.
To equip IT graduates with the communication skills, both oral and written, to become an effective team-oriented problem solver as well as an effective communicator with non-technical users of information technology systems and applications.
To prepare IT graduates with the knowledge and skills to conduct advanced studies and research in disciplines for web-based applications, networking, information storage and retrieval, IT security, electronic commerce.
URL = http://www.cs.ucf.edu/~workman/talks/
Syllabus (New) – Syllabus must be written.
Syllabus(Upd) - Syllabus must be updated.
Required Courses – Evaluation Data for Exams and Assignments must be Collected (High, Med, Low) - Assessment Data must be collected for the designated outcomes
Elective Courses - Evaluation Data for Exams and Assignments must be Collected (High, Med, Low)