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					           Program Review


  Technology Management Program




College of Information Technology and
              Engineering



           November 2008




      MARSHALL UNIVERSITY

            Program Review
             Marshall University
Date: 10/25/08
Program: M.S – Technology Management
Degree and Title

Date of Last Review: December 11, 2003

Recommendation
Marshall University is obligated to recommend continuance or discontinuance of a program and to
provide a brief rationale for the recommendation.

Recommendation
 Code (#):
   1.      Continuation of the program at the current level of activity; or

    2.        Continuation of the program with corrective action: Corrective action will apply to programs that have
              deficiencies that the program itself can address and correct. Progress report due by November 1
              next academic year; or

    3.        Identification of the program for resource development: Resource development will apply to already
              viable programs that require additional resources from the Administration to help achieve their full
              potential. This designation is considered an investment in a viable program as opposed to addressing
              issues of a weak program. Progress report due by November 1 next academic year; or

    4.        Continuation of the program at the current level of activity, with the designation as a program of
              excellence (See Series 11 Statement from the Policy Commission); or

    5.        Discontinuation of the program (Procedures outlined in HEPC Administrative Bulletin 23).

Rationale for Recommendation: (Deans, please submit the rationale as a separate document. Beyond
the College level, any office that disagrees with the previous recommendation must submit a separate
rationale and append it to this document with appropriate signature.)

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Recommendation: Signature of person preparing the report:                                    Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of Program Chair:                                                  Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of Academic Dean:                                                  Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of Chair, Academic Planning Committee: (Baccalaureate pgms only)   Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of President, Faculty Senate/ Chair, Graduate Council:             Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of the Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs:     Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of the President:                                                  Date:

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Recommendation: Signature of Chair, Board of Governors:                                      Date:
         College/School Dean’s Recommendation
Deans, please indicate your recommendation and submit the rationale.

Recommendation:


Rationale:
(If you recommend a program for further development identify all areas for specific development; if you recommend a
program as a program of excellence address all criteria listed in HEPC Series 11)

The Technology Management program has been and remains one of the strongest graduate programs for
CITE, serving students who are working professionals in a diverse group of technology-related disciplines
and careers. At this point, the program is managed by a full-time faculty coordinator, and courses are
staffed by both full-time faculty from other CITE programs and adjuncts. Assuming that we have no
unexpected enrollment trends, we recommend continuing the program at its current level of activity.




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Signature of the Dean                                            Date
                         Table of Contents
I     PROGRAM DESCRIPTION                                  1
II    ACCREDITATION INFORMATION                            2
III   PROGRAM STATEMENT                                    3
      A.  ADEQUACY                                         3
          1.    Curriculum                                 3
          2.    Faculty                                    5
          3.    Students                                   7
                a.    Entrance Standards                   7
                b.    Entrance Abilities                   8
                c.    Exit Abilities                       8
          4.    Resources                                  9
                a.    Financial                            9
                b.    Facilities                           10
          5.    Assessment Information                     11
                a.    Summary information                  11
                           Student learning outcomes      11
                           Assessment tools/measures      11
                           Standards/benchmarks           11
                           Results/analysis               12
                           Action taken                   12
                b.    How Assessment Data are Used         12
                c.    Graduate and Employer Satisfaction   13
                d.    Previous Five Years of Evaluations   13
          6.    Previous Reviews                           13
          7.    Strengths/Weaknesses                       14
      B.  VIABILITY                                        15
          1.    Articulation Agreements                    15
          2.    Off-Campus/Distance Delivery Classes       15
          3.    Service Courses                            15
          4.    Program Course Enrollment                  16
          5.    Program Enrollment                         17
          6.    Enrollment Projections                     18
      C.  NECESSITY                                        18
          1.    Advisory Committee                         18
          2.    Graduates                                  19
          3.    Job Placement                              19
      D.  CONSISTENCY WITH UNIVERSITY MISSION              19
IV.   PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE                                20

Appendix I - Required/Elective Course Work                 21
Appendix II - Faculty Data Sheets                          26
Chart I Assessment Summary                                 40
Appendix 5b -l Program Assessments                         43
Appendix III - Off-Campus Classes                          51
Appendix V - Program Course Enrollment                     52
Appendix VI - Program Enrollment                           55
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                                      Marshall University
                                      Program Review

For purposes of program review, the academic year will begin in summer and end in spring.



Program: Technology Management Program_____________________________

College: College of Information Technology and Engineering_______________

Date of Last Review: December 11, 2003_________________________________


I      PROGRAM DESCRIPTION
       Provide a program narrative with information on any options or tracks and
describe the program’s nature and characteristics. You may include the description
from the University catalog.

Marshall University’s Technology Management Graduate Program was the outcome of
a 1994 Marshall University and the West Virginia Graduate College Technology
Management Task Force. The Task Force enabled the two schools to jointly work with
key industry representatives and focus groups to explore initiating a Technology
Management Program that would provide a merging of technology and management
coursework to produce graduates who can effectively evaluate new and emerging
technologies, making better use of technologies at hand and preparing the workplace
for a more efficient transition to advanced technological equipment and methods. A
Technology Management (TM) Program supporting these goals was first offered during
the1996-1997 academic year through the College of Information Technology and
Engineering (CITE), which was also formed that year.

The M.S. in Technology Management was designed primarily for working professionals
with both technical and non-technical backgrounds who want a better understanding of
technological change and its relevance to competitiveness and business strategy.
Program coursework has a practical emphasis, with real-world projects designed to
develop skills that can be put to use on the job immediately. Courses are currently
available in Huntington, South Charleston, Beckley, and Parkersburg. All courses
necessary to complete the TM Program and any Area of Emphasis are offered on
Huntington and South Charleston sites, and at other locations upon demand.

Five Area of Emphasis options are available to Technology Management Program
students as a result of recommendations from the initial Task Force, talking with
students and current and potential employers, and benchmarking against other
Technology Management Programs. Typically, students are looking for education and
skills that will help them move up their organization’s hierarchy, obtain a better position
with another employer, or be marketable to potential employers upon graduation.
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Current and prospective employers generally regard the coursework required through
the Program very favorably. Employers are interested in their current and potential
employees having opportunities to make oral presentations, work on team projects, and
learn project management skills. The existing Technology Management Program offers
many hands-on opportunities to practice and master these skills through the Program’s
Core Courses and Areas of Emphasis.

The five TM Areas of Emphasis include: Environmental Management, Information
Security, Information Technology, Manufacturing, and Transportation, which is offered
in cooperation with the Nick J. Rahall II Appalachian Transportation Institute.
Additionally, a cooperative Area of Emphasis was established Fall 2007 with the
University of Charleston School of Pharmacy specifically for their PharmD students.
Based on interest expressed by area hospitals represented in the IS Program Advisory
Board, a Technology Management Healthcare Area of Emphasis continues to be
investigated. A Biotechnical Systems Area of Emphasis was added during the 2003-
2004 academic year, however, given low enrollment, it was deleted in 2006.

Global Program expansion is also under investigation. The Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan,
Bangalore (BVBB), a college in Bangalore, India requested that the M.S. degree in
Technology Management and the Information Technology Area of Emphasis be offered
in there. Work on this was put on hold until the North Central Association, Marshall’s
accreditation agency, could assess the BVBB. The assessment was completed late
Spring 2006, however, with the Marshall contact on sabbatical until Fall 2008, progress
will not commence until his return. Additionally, the President of the University of Lefke,
Turkey, expressed interest in the Program with the IT Area of Emphasis and planned a
visit with the TM Program Coordinator and the CITE Dean during Summer 2008.

Many changes occurred in the TM Program since first offered 11 years ago, with
significant administrative changes since the last Program Review in 2003. Four
Program Coordinators were responsible for data used to develop this Program Review.
After seven years as Program Coordinator, Dr. Bernie Gillespie retired and Dr. Neal
Lewis assumed the position in August 2004. Early 2007, CITE Associate Dean,
Elizabeth Hanrahan, acted as Interim Program Coordinator until December, 2007 when
Dr. Tracy Christofero took over Program responsibilities. As a result of the numerous
and varied input, consistent data are unavailable for some areas of this assessment.
Hopefully, this is an issue of the past.

Even through numerous administrative changes, the Technology Management Program
continues to grow and meet the educational needs of both working professionals and
full-time graduate students.


II     ACCREDITATION INFORMATION

The Technology Management Program is not accredited by any accrediting body.
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III   PROGRAM STATEMENT on Adequacy, Viability, Necessity and
      Consistency with University/College Mission

      A.   ADEQUACY Provide a narrative summary for each of the following in
           addition to the requested appendices.

           1.    Curriculum: Summarize degree requirements and provide
                 commentary on significant features of the curriculum. In Appendix
                 I, list required courses, elective courses, and total hours required.
                 The list of courses must provide specific course titles and numbers.

           The Technology Management Program curriculum was designed to
           provide students with a strong core of courses in subjects important to the
           discipline of Technology Management, supplemented by more focused
           courses applicable to each student’s Area of Emphasis. The curriculum
           exposes students to a broad range of topics relevant to the impact of
           technology change on business performance, e.g., Management of
           Innovation and Technology, Project Management, and Economic and
           Financial Analysis, as well as the opportunity for in-depth study of topics
           relevant to the student’s Area of Emphasis

           The TM Program consists of eight Core Courses, four courses selected
           from one of the five Areas of Emphasis, and a Capstone Project, for a total
           of 36 credit hours (see Appendix I). Completion of the eight Core Courses
           qualifies the student for a Certificate in Technology Management, if she/he
           elects not to complete the degree.

           Program Courses:

           Orientation to CITE Graduate Studies (TE600) provides incoming students
           with a review and assessment of relevant skill areas, e.g., graduate
           research, quantitative reasoning, written communication, and ethics and
           professional standards.

           Management of Innovation and Technology (TM610) introduces
           innovation in rapidly changing technological and international markets,
           and provides hands-on experience auditing innovation capabilities of
           organizations, and developing business plans for original innovations.
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Economic and Financial Analysis (TM612) provides tools and techniques
for financial analysis of real-world organizations, as well as cost estimating
and budgeting and control for technologically-oriented products and
organizations.

Information Technology Strategies (TM615) presents sound principles for
managing information technology, computers and communication
systems, and procedures for applying these principles.

Technology Planning (TM620) introduces methods for technology
planning through case studies and hands-on strategic planning,
management, and evaluation of technology intensive organizations.

Quality and Productivity Methods (TM630) provides tools and experience
in total quality management, six sigma, and other quality methodologies,
along with personal and organizational productivity improvement methods
in technological organizations.

TM-prefixed core course are offered via Interactive Video-link, which
permits students on any Marshall campus to participate real-time in the
classes. Currently, video-link courses are offered in Huntington, South
Charleston, Beckley, and Parkersburg. Typically, faculty rotate teaching
locations between campuses to assure all students are equally provided
face-to-face instruction.

Management of Technical Human Resources and Organizations (EM620)
provides the concepts and skill sets technology managers need for
individual positive change and to lead others toward positive change in
their behaviors.

Project Management (EM660) presents practical knowledge of how to
effectively integrate employee efforts in executing typical technology
projects and programs.

Each student pursuing the M.S. in Technology Management degree
selects an Area of Emphasis, or focus, each consisting of four courses, or
12 credit hours. The Information Security Area of Emphasis is the most
recently added.

The Pharmacy Area of Emphasis is open to University of Charleston
School of Pharmacy students only. PharmD students earn their M.S. in
Technology Management from Marshall by taking an additional 15 TM
credit hours beyond their University of Charleston Pharmacy courses.
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Environmental Management is designed for students working in both
government and industry, and relates to the impact of human activity on
the natural environment.

Information Security is the newest Area of Emphasis and is designed for
students interested in management, technical, and administrative aspects
of protecting information assets and designing consistent and reasonable
information security systems.

Information Systems is designed for students with career interests in
managing computers and communication systems.

Manufacturing Systems is designed for students interested in a career in
manufacturing management.

Pharmacy was established as a cooperative Area of Emphasis with the
University of Charleston School of Pharmacy in 2007. It is open to UC
PharmD students only.

Transportation Systems is offered in cooperation with the Nick J. Rahall II
Appalachian Transportation Institute.

The final requirement for Technology Management students is the
completion of the Capstone Project, which provides an opportunity for
students to demonstrate their mastery of the knowledge provided through
their coursework. Completion of this project course includes the writing
and presenting of an original, effectively written, well-documented
Comprehensive Capstone Report. This report must be more than a term
paper or the development of an application system. It involves the
application of management and scientific techniques to a unique problem
or task with the potential of contributing to the solution of the problem and
producing change. Capstone students additionally perform an oral
defense presentation of their report before the end of the semester to a
Graduate School faculty committee to demonstrate their presentation and
knowledge of their selected project topic. In the event the project is
involved with, or builds on, the student’s professional work experience, the
student’s employer is encouraged to jointly direct the project.


2.     Faculty: Summarize significant points relating to faculty teaching
       courses within the major (percentage of faculty holding tenure,
       extent of use of part-time faculty, level of academic preparation,
       faculty development efforts, books & journal articles, papers &
       attendance at state, regional and national professional organization
       meetings). Include part-time faculty and graduate assistants you
       employed during the final year of this review. Prepare an Appendix
       II Faculty Data Sheet for each full-time faculty member, part-time
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    faculty member and adjunct faculty member. For part-time faculty
    members and adjuncts, prepare data through question one on the
    Faculty Data Sheet. Use Appendix II-A for all graduate teaching
    assistants.

    The Technology Management Program consists of one full-time
    tenure-track faculty member, hired December 1, 2007, who is also
    the Program Coordinator. This faculty member holds a terminal
    degree in the field and was professionally employed in technology
    management for 20+ years prior to joining CITE faculty. Primary
    Program Coordinator responsibilities include teaching core courses,
    advising Program students; Program development, promotion, and
    management; and representing the Program at various committees
    and meetings.

    Twenty-five faculty and adjuncts taught Technology Management
    Core and Area of Emphasis courses during the 2007-2008
    academic year. (*Faculty Data Sheets attached in Appendix II).




   Instructor                   Fall 07                          Spring 08
Aractingi, E *     IS623
Biros, J *         IS605, IS621, IS623, IS651, TM699   IS610, IS622, IS651
Chambers, C        TM600
Chaundri, A        IS621                               IS622, IS650
Christofero, T *                                       TM612, TM615, EM675, TM699
Clarke, T          ES660
Clarkson, A        TM685                               TM630, TM660
Dailey, P *        TM620
Dulin, B *         EM694
Egnor, M           ES620                               ES604
Hankins, T *       IS600                               IS600
Hensen, J *                                            ENGR610
Hogan, R           EM694
Larsen, E *        EM660, EM620                        EM660, EM620, EM668, TM699
Lewis, N *         TM600, TM620
Logan, P           TE650, TM664, IS685, IS656          TE650, IS631, IS655
Mankins, B *       EM660                               EM660
McCormick, M       ENVE615
Schafer, K *       TM610
Simonton, S        ENVE625, ES626, ES651               ENVE617
Smith, J           ENGR610
Snyder, M                                              TM668
Tellis, C          TM610
Timmermeyer, S                                         ES661
Wolfe, J *         TM640                               IS645
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     EM-prefixed Core Courses are taught by faculty of the CITE
     Engineering Management Program, who are considered part-time
     Technology Management faculty for this review. South Charleston
     EM courses are taught by a tenured professor, and an adjunct
     faculty member teaches EM courses in Huntington. Both EM faculty
     held professional positions in their field prior to joining Marshall.

     Area of Emphasis courses were taught by CITE faculty tenured in
     their respective Programs and selected adjuncts. All full-time CITE
     faculty teaching Technology Management courses were
     professionally employed in fields relevant to their teaching
     emphasis prior to joining CITE. Adjunct faculty are selected for their
     knowledge and experience in their field.

3.   Students: NOTE: If your program is accredited, refer to the
     appropriate page numbers in your accreditation report.

     a. Entrance Standards: Describe the admission standards and
        procedures employed for making the admission decision.
        (GPA, ACT, other tests).

            For regular admission, applicants to the Technology
            Management Program must complete the following prior to
            registering for the first semester of courses:
             Have an undergraduate GPA of 2.5 or greater. There is
               no stipulation concerning the undergraduate major;
               however the degree must be from an accredited college
               or university.
             Satisfy at least one of the following:
               - Score at the mean or above on the Analytical Writing
                   portion of the GRE (4.2 or greater) and achieve a
                   composite score on the Verbal and Quantitative
                   portions of the GRE greater than or equal to the sum
                   of the two individual means (1070 or greater).
               - Score at the mean or above on the Analytical Writing
                   portion of the GMAT, and achieve a composite score
                   on the Verbal and Quantitative portions of the GMAT
                   greater than or equal to the sum of the two individual
                   means (526 or greater).
               - Have previously completed a master’s degree from an
                   accredited college or university.
               - Have ten or more years of relevant professional work
                   experience (documented in the written summary
                   required in item 3 below).

                   International students must satisfy either the GRE or
                   GMAT requirement.
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                        Submit a written summary (two typewritten pages
                         maximum) of educational and professional experiences,
                         and career goals related to the TM program including the
                         Area of Emphasis the applicant is interested in pursuing.
                        Complete an interview with the TM Program Coordinator
                         or designee, with part of the interview consisting of
                         discussion of the written summary.

               b. Entrance Abilities: Identify potential ability of students
                  admitted to the program as measured by standardized tests
                  (ACT, SAT, GED, TOEFL, etc.) and high school GPA.
                  Students admitted to the Technology Management Program
                  during the past five years possessed the following:


       Average           F03     S04     F04     S05     F05     S06     F06     S07     F07     S08
  Undergraduate GPA       3.0     3.10    2.94    2.82    3.09    3.14    3.83    2.84    2.96    3.58
  GRE Quantitative       551.7   538.3   576.3   580.0   640.0   550.0   686.7   510.0   651.7   410.0
  GRE Verbal             445.0   405.0   477.5   390.0   470.0   300.0   486.7   440.0   441.7   260,0
  Total                   11       6      10       2       7       3       6       2      14       2
  Number w/ GRE            6       6       8       1       3       1       3       2       6       1




          c.       Exit Abilities: Identify abilities of students who graduate from
                   the program (GPA, licensure exam, certification tests, etc.).

                   All M.S. in Technology Management students are required to
                   complete a comprehensive Capstone project that is typically
                   work-related. A committee of faculty and industrial advisors,
                   if applicable, review this work to ensure that the student
                   successfully mastered the key concepts covered in the
                   coursework, and has demonstrated via the project, the ability
                   to apply these concepts in a practical and meaningful
                   manner. The abilities of students graduating from the
                   Technology Management Program include the following:


Average GPA by AOE       F03     S04     F04     S05     F05     S06     F06     S07     F07     S08
Environmental                                                                    3.38
Information Security                                                             3.7
Information Technology           3.62    3.54     3.4     3.9    3.2     3.91    3.65    3.75    3.91
Manufacturing                    3.16    3.90             4.9    3.73    4.0     3.77            3.91
Transportation                                                   3.9             3.91
No AoE Identified                3.92            3.18            3.62    3.92
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4.   Resources:

     a.   Financial: Provide information related to financial support of
          the program, including what portion of the unit’s resources
          was devoted to this program. Include state-appropriated
          funds, grants, contracts, supplemental state funds or student
          fees. If this program were terminated as a major, what
          resource changes would occur, e.g., reduced faculty, staff,
          space, courses taught, etc. If this program were reduced or
          terminated, what changes would occur and how would it
          affect the university?

          Marshall University supports the Technology Management
          Program through funding of one full-time Program
          Coordinator/faculty (salary, benefits, expenses,
          travel/mileage, faculty development, etc.) and adjunct
          faculty, as well as a portion of administrative costs, office
          space, supplies, etc. The 2005-2006 and 2007-2009 annual
          budgets of $16,000 were used to cover administrative,
          travel, and adjunct expenses. Approximately 33% was used
          to support the Technology Management Program.

          If the Technology Management Program were terminated,
          resource changes could include:

                 One full-time faculty/Program Coordinator salary, and
                  compensation for two or three adjunct faculty (or
                  faculty overload) per year may be saved. However,
                  some of the courses taught by the Program
                  Coordinator are taken by students in other Programs,
                  and therefore would need to be absorbed by other
                  programs and faculty.

                 Potential savings may also result from freeing up
                  some CITE faculty who currently teach in Technology
                  Management Program Area of Emphasis (AoE)
                  courses. However, given that these courses are also
                  attended by non-TM students, they would most likely
                  continue to be taught, but with lower enrollments.

                 Some reduction in travel expenses would be realized
                  since most Technology Management core courses
                  are taught on both the Huntington and South
                  Charleston campuses, with faculty routinely traveling
                  between locations.
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           Interactive Video-link technology is heavily used in the
            Program. A reduction in communications costs may
            result if the Technology Management Program was
            terminated, with additional Video-link time available
            for other programs, if desired. However, without the
            Video-link, additional travel expenses would be
            incurred, and likely additional faculty would need to be
            hired to cover redundant courses currently taught
            simultaneously via the Video-link.

     The negative side of terminating the Program would include:

           a reduction in enrollment in all Area of Emphasis
            courses provided by other CITE programs.

           loss of a unique program which draws local, domestic,
            and an increasing number of international students.
            Marshall’s Technology Management Program
            provides students with non-technical undergraduate
            degrees and backgrounds the opportunity to
            participate in the increasingly technical, knowledge-
            based workforce.

     Per an informal survey of current international Technology
     Management students, the Program is becoming
     internationally known as being a well-respected, high-quality,
     yet economical, program located in a friendly and supportive
     university and state.

b.   Facilities: Describe facilities available for the program
     including classrooms, laboratories, computer facilities, library
     facilities, or equipment needed for program delivery.

     Core Technology Management Program courses are taught
     in modern, technologically advanced facilities on the South
     Charleston and Beckley campuses designed to support and
     enhance student learning. Classroom renovations are
     planned for Huntington classrooms utilized by the Program.
     (At the time of this writing, the Huntington classroom is now
     new and provides the latest Video-link technological
     capabilities.)

     All Core Program courses are offered on both the Huntington
     and South Charleston campuses, with coursesl offered in the
     Beckley and Parkersburg facilities. All locations are Video-
     link capable. Offering courses via this technology permits
     students to attend classes from any Marshall campus, saves
     faculty travel time and expense, and eliminates the need for
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               faculty at each location. Some courses are also offered in
               Teays Valley, located half-way between Huntington and
               South Charleston, or on-site at student employer locations.

               State-of-the-art computer hardware and software are
               available for student use on the Huntington, South
               Charleston, and Beckley campuses. All are well maintained
               by Marshall University staff.

               E-mail is extensively used by both students and faculty and
               requires resources of the University Network Server and
               support of Marshall computer services staff. MuOnline is
               used for distance learning via e-courses and t-courses, and
               many Program faculty utilize it to post course presentation
               slides and assignments. This system is additionally
               supported by Marshall resources. Marshall also provides
               Web support for the Program and faculty Web sites.

    5.   Assessment Information: NOTE: This section is a summary of
         your yearly assessment reports.

         a.    Provide summary information on the following elements.
               Attach Chart I Assessment Summary as evidence
.
                     student learning outcomes
                     assessment tools/measures
                     standards/benchmarks
                     results/analysis
                     action taken

               Student Learning Outcomes
                   2006 – Learning Outcomes were revised based on
                     input from employers and the annual assessment
                   2007 – Course materials were revised to support the
                     new Learning Outcomes
                   2008 – Learning Outcomes were further refined per
                     assessment recommendations

               Assessment Tools/Measures
                   2008 – TM615 presentation rubrics developed and
                     piloted

               Standards/Benchmarks
                   2005 - Several universities were studied as potential
                     benchmarks. Organizations included other non-MBA
                     Technology Management programs. The Marshall
                     program was developed primarily using University of
                     Maryland University College as a model. Other
                     universities reviewed included Stevens Institute of
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             Technology, University of Illinois, and Portland State
             University.

            2006 - Several universities were again benchmarked
             to include: the University of Maryland, University
             College; Stevens Institute of Technology; Portland
             State; Indiana State University; and Marquette
             University.

            2008 – A plan was developed to incorporate
             Competitive Analysis of the TM Program as a student
             research assignment in TM620, Fall 2008. Results will
             assist with assessing Student Learning Outcomes
             and the Technology Management Program
             ;scompetitive positioning.

            2008 – High-level Program benchmarks were revised
             or defined as a part of this Review process and will
             continue to be refined in coming years as
             recommended by the 2007 Annual Assessment

            2008 – A graduate student exit interview was drafted
             from the undergraduate exit interview for 2009
             implementation.

     Results/Analysis
        2008 - Results/Analysis was revised in support of the
           new and/or revised Learning Outcomes

     Action Taken
         2008 – Actions were identified to support Learning
            Outcomes from this year forward

b.   Provide information on how assessment data are used to
     improve program quality. Include at least 3 specific
     examples drawn from the past 5 years.

        Presentation rubrics developed and piloted with TM615
         Spring 2008. Plans are to implement in TM610 and
         TM620 Fall 2008. Additional rubrics are planned for each
         class as they are taught.

        Learning Outcomes overall Benchmarks were developed
         Spring 2008 for implementation Fall 2008. They will be
         further defined with interim measures added course-by-
         course.

        Reworked Learning Outcomes. Implementation planned
         for Fall 2008.
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                Exit interview drafted Spring 2008 for use Fall 2008.

     c.      Graduate and Employer Satisfaction: Provide evidence and
             results of follow-up studies to indicate graduate and
             employer satisfaction with the effectiveness of the
             educational experience. Indicate the number of individuals
             surveyed or contacted and the number of respondents.

             Documented evidence of graduate or employer satisfaction
             studies conducted is not available. This oversight is likely a
             result of having multiple people responsible for the Program
             over the past five years.

     d.      Attach the previous five years of evaluations of your annual
             assessment reports provided by the Office of Assessment.

             Attached

6.   Previous Reviews: Describe the last program review action
     (including committee recommendation) and indicate corrective
     actions (if necessary) since the last review.

         Student Learning Outcomes – The word “provide” was changed
          to “develop” in the third Outcome, and “know how to” was
          eliminated from the fourth Outcome.

         Include additional assessment measures - Additional
          assessment measures were included for Fall 2008, with
          presentation rubrics piloted Spring 08 and included in Fall 08
          classes. Overall rubrics benchmarks are now included in the
          Learning Outcomes. They will be further defined once tested.

         Recommendation to include collection and use of indirect data -
          The CITE undergraduate exit interview process was reviewed
          and revised for use at the graduate level. This will be tested with
          Fall 2008 TM graduates.

         No evidence of a feedback loop was included – Learning
          Outcome measurements, including presentation rubrics, are
          planned for Fall 2008, with additional rubrics to be included
          once tested and a feedback loop methodology developed.

7.   Strengths/Weaknesses: Identify the strengths and weaknesses of
     the program. Describe program plans for removing the
     weaknesses.

     Strengths and weaknesses have not changed much from the 2003
     Program Review written by the Program’s first Coordinator:
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           “A recognized strength of the program is the faculty. Both full-time
           and adjunct faculty members have extensive experience in the
           fields in which they teach. Students recognize the value of this and
           remark on it regularly.”

           During the short tenure of the current Program Coordinator, the
           strengths of the faculty have not only been remarked upon by the
           TM students, strengths have been well-recognized from the current
           Program Coordinator. MUGC CITE faculty are credible in the fields
           in which they teach, and as professors within the College. Their
           mentoring of the current TM Program Coordinator has been
           invaluable.

           To again quote observations of the 2003 Program Coordinator, “A
           weakness of the program is that the Program Coordinator is a “one-
           man band”. Much of the corporate memory of the program resides
           with him and he is approaching retirement. We are planning
           programs to capture some of that corporate memory but they are
           just beginning. We need to continue to progress these programs
           and try to spread the information among more people.”

           The new Program Coordinator recognized the projected concern of
           five years earlier, e.g., the lack of Program data and documented
           processes, as well as the inconsistency of data available. These
           weaknesses are being addressed. Processes are being
           documented as learned, and may eventually result in a guide for
           Program Coordinators future Coordinators joining the College.

           The Program’s heavy reliance on part-time and adjunct faculty is
           both a strength and a weakness. The strength is in the variety and
           years of knowledge and experience these faculty have in both the
           field and the university. This offers the Program both credibility and
           diversity. The weakness in this is that many of the faculty are
           approaching retirement themselves and the “corporate memory” in
           their areas may also be lost. No known plans are in place to resolve
           this issue, however, it will need to be addressed at some point.

B.   VIABILITY Provide a narrative summary for each of the following items in
     addition to requested appendices.

     1.    Articulation Agreements: Describe program specific articulation
           agreements with other institutions for delivery of this program.

           Currently there were no articulation agreements in place.

     2.    Off-Campus/Distance Delivery Classes: Describe/Summarize
           off-campus (other than the Huntington, or South Charleston
           campuses) /Distance Delivery courses offered and locations for the
           past 2 years. (Include locations, courses, enrollments, as
           Appendix III.)
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     Until replaced with the online Orientation course (TE650), the
     Program Introductory session (TM600) was held on Saturdays in
     Teays Valley, approximately half way between Huntington and
     South Charleston campuses. Several issues were noted with this
     scheduling. Many Huntington students do not have transportation to
     leave campus, with many working on Saturdays. Additionally, many
     working professionals were not pleased with Saturday sessions..
     Once TE650 was developed for self-paced distance learning, less
     travel was imposed and weekends were available for work or study.

     Additional on-site Technology Management and Engineering
     Management classes were offered at Alcon Laboratories.
     Consequently, most of the graduate students have either
     completed their degree, or are very close. With changes in Alcon’s
     business operations as the result of a new major shareholder, the
     last TM course was likely offered Fall 2007. Alcon students are,
     however, continuing to enroll in on-campus courses.

     The state of West Virginia Office of Technology engaged the
     Information Technology Program to teach their managers through a
     series of “CIO” workshops held either in the agency’s training
     facility or on the South Charleston campus. These workshops were
     orchestrated by the CITE IT Program, with the Technology
     Management Program Coordinator and other faculty collaboratively
     conducting the sessions.

3.   Service Courses: Describe/Summarize departmental courses that
     are required for students in other majors and support programs
     outside the major. (Include enrollment data for these courses in a
     chart for the past five years as Appendix IV.) Use the table format
     shown as Appendix IV to present data.

     No Service Courses were offered by the Technology Management
     Program

4.   Program Course Enrollment: Describe/Summarize program area
     courses taken by students who are majors and include enrollment
     by semester for the past 5 years. Indicate required or elective
     courses. The purpose of this section is to indicate the availability
     and relative strength of the program area courses. Include all
     students enrolled in the courses, whether majors or not. (Include
     enrollment data for these courses in a chart for the past five years
     as Appendix V.) Use the table format shown in the Appendix V
     template to present data.

     Changes in Program management may have had some influence
     on the slight decreases in Fall enrollments, as indicated in
     Appendix V. However, TM Program enrollment is still high and
     remains one of the highest of the CITE graduate Programs
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        Between Fall 2006 and Fall 2007 the off-site Orientation course
         (TM600) changed to an online version (TE650). Enrollment
         during the semesters offered averaged 8.7 students, with
         enrollment significantly higher for Fall semesters than for Spring
         semesters.

        Innovation Management (TM610) enrollment ranged from 14 to
         21 students. A slight dip was experienced during the period of
         no Program Coordinator.

        Economic and Financial Analysis (TM612) is cross-listed with
         EM675 for Engineering students. Enrollment averaged 20.8
         students with a range of 17-24 students over the past five years.

        Students may choose between IT Strategies (TM615) and
         Engineering Law (EM675). TM615 averaged 13.6 students, with
         a range of 10-16 students. EM675 averaged 4 students, with a
         range of 2-6 students.

        TM620, Technology Planning, averaged 14.8 students with the
         enrollment range of 5-19 students.

        Quality and Productivity Methods (TM630) averaged 18
         students with a range of 14-21 students.

        EM620, Management of Technology Human Resources and
         Organizations, is an Engineering course required for
         Technology Management students. It is typically only offered
         Summer session, which makes it difficult for some students to
         participate. The average enrollment in this course is 14 with a
         range of 8-26 students.

        Project Management (EM660) is also a required Engineering
         Management courses for Technology Management students.
         Given the high demand for this course, it is offered each
         semester in both Huntington and South Charleston. Average
         enrollment per semester is 26, with a range of 7-42 students.

5.   Program Enrollment: Summarize data indicating the number of
     new students admitted, number of principal majors enrolled from
     your college, number of second majors, the number of students
     enrolled as majors from other colleges (i.e., College of Education
     specialization majors), the number of minors, and the number of
     graduates for the program for each of the past five years. (Include
     a chart as Appendix VI and provide separate data for each option
     offered under the program.)
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     New student enrollment took a hit in 2006-2007 when the number
     of new students dropped from 15 the year before, to seven that
     year. Enrollment rose back to 15 in 2007-2008. It was assumed this
     decrease was attributed to the lack of a full-time, dedicated
     Program Coordinator during that period. Even with the low year, the
     Program still averaged 15.4 new students annually over the past
     five years.

     The Biotechnical Systems Area of Emphasis, first offered during the
     2003-2004 academic year, was eliminated in 2007 for lack of
     enrollment. The Information Security Area of Emphasis was added
     in 2007-2008 with three declaring it as their major the first year. The
     cooperative Pharmacy Area of Emphasis for University of
     Charleston School of Pharmacy students was also first offered in
     2007-2008, with three students enrolled.. Information Systems
     remains the largest Area of Emphasis, with a high of 30 students in
     2004-2005, to a low of 18 in 2006-2007. With increased attention to
     “green” issues, Environmental Management was the declared Area
     of Emphasis for a growing number of TM students during the past
     two years. Enrollment increased from a low of one in 2004-2005 to
     five students in both 2006-2007 and 2007-2008. Manufacturing as
     a TM Area of Emphasis remained consistent with an average of 6
     enrollees annually. And, the Transportation Area of Emphasis had
     consistent enrollment of two to three students for four of the past
     five years.

     Technology Management students do not have to declare their
     Area of Emphasis until they have earned 18 credit hours, therefore
     the number of ‘Not listed” Areas of Emphasis average was eight
     students each year during the Review period.

     Graduation numbers remained relatively consistent, ranging from a
     high of 15 in 2005-2006 and 2006-2007 to a low of six this last
     year. This decrease is likely temporary, as seven students
     registered for the Capstone Project at the time of this writing. As
     previously stated, this, too, could be attributed to not having a
     dedicated Program Coordinator during that period.

6.   Enrollment Projections: Identify trends that will influence
     enrollment over the next five years. Provide enrollment projections.

     Additional marketing to the local communities of Beckley,
     Parkersburg, and surrounding areas is needed to continue local
     market growth. To date, these markets have been virtually
     untapped with little local marketing for the Technology Management
     Program. Under current conditions, projects for annual growth
     would be between five and ten students (10-20%) annually.
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           Global expansion of the Technology Management has been
           requested by both Indian and Turkish universities. Per the
           President of Lefke University (Turkey), he could immediately fill our
           current 20 student per location maximum without issue. Potential
           for TM in India will be addressed in the coming year. Therefore,
           projections for global expansion (Turkey only), would be 20
           additional TM students the first year.

           Expanded use of distance-learning would additionally increase both
           retention and enrollment, as currently, students leaving the area
           have few options to complete their TM degree. Some faculty
           provide independent study options, however, this is not consistent
           across the Program, and only a few courses are offered via
           distance learning. Consequently, relocated students may be able to
           pick up a few TM courses remotely, however, most cannot
           complete their degree if not locally-based. If additional courses
           were available on-line, retention projections would be estimated to
           be 5 students annually, with an additional 20 new students annually
           if the Program was marketed.

C.   NECESSITY: NOTE: If your program is accredited, please refer to the
         appropriate page numbers in your accreditation report. Provide a
         narrative summary for each of the following items in addition to
         requested appendices. The narrative should be in portrait style
         with the charts/appendices in landscape style.

     1.    Advisory Committee: Identify whether the program has an
           Advisory Committee, and, if so, briefly indicate the role and impact
           of the Committee.

           Currently there is no formalized TM Advisory Committee, although
           several local organizations have been interviewed regarding how
           the Program could best service their needs. Organizations
           interviewed during this Review period include Alcon Laboratories,
           Amazon.com, Cabell-Huntington Hospital, State of WV Office of
           Technology, Toyota, Marathon Ashland Petroleum, and Walker
           Equipment.

     2.    Graduates: Provide information on graduates in terms of places of
           employment, starting salary ranges (where appropriate and known),
           number employed in field of specialization, and/or acceptance into
           baccalaureate or graduate programs. (NOTE: Do not identify
           students by name.)

           Unknown – Will work with the Alumni Association to research data
           and investigate collection and tracking methodologies. Will also
           discuss with other MUGC CITE Program Coordinators to
           understand their processes.
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     3.     Job Placement: If the job placement rate reported above is low,
            can a course of action be identified that would improve this
            situation? Provide a summary of procedures utilized by the
            institution to help place program graduates in jobs or additional
            educational programs. Include activities supported by both the
            student’s academic department as well as the institution’s
            placement office. This summary should include the institution’s
            procedures and program organization for continuing contact and
            follow-up with graduates.

            Job placement data has not been collected or tracked during this
            Review period. A methodology will be implemented.


D.   CONSISTENCY WITH UNIVERSITY MISSION: NOTE: If your program is
         accredited, refer to the appropriate page numbers in your
         accreditation report. Provide a narrative summary.

     Explain how this program fits into the mission of the institution. Identify
     the relationship of this program to other programs at the institution,
     especially in terms of mutual support, e.g., shared faculty, shared facilities,
     shared course requirements.

     Marshall University’s Mission Statement includes commitment to providing
     innovative graduate education and actively facilitating learning through the
     preservation, discovery, synthesis, and dissemination of knowledge
     through use of all appropriate modes of delivery to promote student
     learning, retention, and academic success. It additionally specifically
     addresses graduate students in its commitment to provide students the
     opportunity to undertake intensive graduate-level education in their
     chosen field, giving them solid foundations for becoming competent
     Technology Management professionals.

     Although currently the Technology Management Program does not have
     its own Mission Statement, the Program exemplifies the mission of the
     University. It additionally supports the College of Information Technology
     and Engineering mission “to be a recognized leader in practice-oriented
     teaching and applied research”.

     The M.S. degree in Technology Management provides practical, real-
     world-based, practical education using faculty with acknowledged
     expertise to actively and innovatively facilitate learning through their
     knowledge and experience in their fields. Multiple delivery systems and
     up-to-date technological capabilities provide the platform to disseminate
     this knowledge, while the comprehensive Capstone project provides the
     opportunity to apply cumulative knowledge to real-world applications,
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            Program Core Courses integrate technology, business, science, and
            engineering into a unique program that blends essential skills and
            knowledge that are essential to economic success in an increasingly
            complex technical economy. The five Areas of Emphasis provide solid
            foundations for students to become competent professionals, as they give
            students a wide-range of opportunities for active learning in their chosen
            fields. The Environmental emphasis trains leaders for government,
            industry, and non-profits in the new “green” economy we strive toward.
            The Information Technology area prepares students to become managers
            well-versed on up-to-date on computer and application systems and
            communications essential for professional and organizational success.
            The Information Security area, the newest Area of Emphasis, prepares
            students to address the ever-evident, ever-increasing threats to the
            security of world-wide threats to information systems. The Manufacturing
            area is well-suited to train students and industry managers to successfully
            transition to knowledge-based decision-making. The Transportation Area
            of Emphasis directly supports the economical development efforts of the
            Rahall Transportation Institute.

V.    PROGRAM OF EXCELLENCE

The Technology Management Program is not designated as a Program of Excellence
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                                                       Appendix I
                                   Required/Elective Course Work in the Program

Degree Program:    Technology Management                       Person responsible for the report: ___Tracy Christofero______


                                    Total   Elective Credit Required by the                                                Total
  Courses Required in Major (By                                               Elective      Related Fields Courses
                                   Required Major (By Course Number and                                                   Related
    Course Number and Title)                                                   Hours               Required
                                    Hours                Title)                                                            Hours
TM 600 - Program Introduction         24    Environmental Management             12
Seminar                                      Required Courses:
TM 610 - Technology & Innovation                 ES 661 - Environmental
Mgmt                                               Regulations
TM 612 - Economic & Financial                    ES 614 - Environmental
Analysis                                           Risk Assessment
TM 620 - Technology Planning                     ES 620 - Environmental
TM 630 - Quality & Productivity                    Management Systems
Methods                                      Plus one from among:
EM 620 - Mgmt of Technical HR                    ENVE 625 - Hazardous
EM 660 - Project Management                        Waste Management
TM 699 - Capstone Project                        ES 630 - Environmental
                                                   Site Assessment
Plus one of the following:                       IS 645 - Geographic
TM 615 - Information Technology                    Information Systems
Strategies
EM 694 - Engineering Law


Expand table as needed.
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                                                         Appendix I
                                    Required/Elective Course Work in the Program

Degree Program:    Technology Management                          Person responsible for the report: ___Tracy Christofero______


                                     Total     Elective Credit Required by the                                                Total
    Courses Required in Major (By                                                Elective      Related Fields Courses
                                    Required   Major (By Course Number and                                                   Related
      Course Number and Title)                                                    Hours               Required
                                     Hours                  Title)                                                            Hours
                                               Information Security                 12
                                               Required Courses:
                                                   IS 631 - Information
                                                     Security
                                                   IS 656 - Communication
                                                     and Network
                                                     Technologies
                                                   IS 641 - Computer
                                                     Forensics and Incident
                                                     Response

                                               Plus one additional 3 credit
                                               hour elective, chosen from TM
                                               or IS courses, with permission
                                               of the student’s advisor.
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                                                            Appendix I
                                  Required/Elective Course Work in the Program

Degree Program:   Technology Management                              Person responsible for the report: ___Tracy Christofero______


    Courses Required in Major    Total         Elective Credit Required by the   Electiv                                     Total
                                                                                              Related Fields Courses
     (By Course Number and      Required       Major (By Course Number and          e                                       Related
                                                                                                     Required
              Title)             Hours                      Title)               Hours                                       Hours
                                           Information Technology                  12
                                           Four courses from the following:

                                                TM 660 - Computing and
                                                 Information Systems
                                                 Technologies
                                                TM 664 - Health Informatics
                                                IS 620 - Software
                                                 Engineering
                                                IS 631 - Information Security
                                                IS 641 - Computer Forensics
                                                 and Incident Response
                                                IS 645 - Geographic
                                                 Information Systems
                                                IS 655 - Multimedia
                                                 Production and Electronic
                                                 Information Distribution
                                                IS 656 - Communication and
                                                 Network Technologies

                                           Other courses with permission
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                                                       Appendix I
                                  Required/Elective Course Work in the Program

Degree Program:   Technology Management                         Person responsible for the report: ___Tracy Christofero______


                                   Total      Elective Credit Required by the   Electiv                                     Total
  Courses Required in Major (By                                                              Related Fields Courses
                                  Required    Major (By Course Number and          e                                       Related
    Course Number and Title)                                                                        Required
                                   Hours                   Title)               Hours                                       Hours
                                             Manufacturing Systems                12
                                                 Required Courses:
                                                 TM 667 - Modern
                                                    Manufacturing Concepts
                                                 TM 668 - Computer
                                                    Integrated Manufacturing
                                             Plus two courses selected from:
                                                 ENGR 610 - Applied
                                                    Statistics
                                                 IE 639 - Operations
                                                    Research I
                                                 EM 668 - Operations
                                                    Management

                                             Other courses with permission
                                             of the student's advisor.
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                                                       Appendix I
                                  Required/Elective Course Work in the Program
Degree Program:   Technology Management                         Person responsible for the report: ___Tracy Christofero______

                                                                                  Elec
                                   Total       Elective Credit Required by the                                              Total
  Courses Required in Major (By                                                   tive       Related Fields Courses
                                  Required     Major (By Course Number and                                                 Related
    Course Number and Title)                                                      Hour              Required
                                   Hours                    Title)                                                          Hours
                                                                                    s
                                             Transportation Systems and            12
                                             Technologies
                                             Offered in cooperation with the
                                             Nick J. Rahall II Appalachian
                                             Transportation Institute. Four
                                             courses with permission. Possible
                                             choices:
                                              SFT 550 - Traffic Engineering
                                              SFT 601 - Safety in
                                                Transportation
                                              SFT 660 - Human Factors in
                                                Accident Prevention
                                              SFT 669 - Traffic Safety
                                                Management Urban and
                                                Regional Planning
                                              EM 694 - Engineering Law
                                              IE 639 - Operations Research I
                                              IE 640 - Operations Research II
                                              TM 640 - Transportation
                                                Systems
                                              IS 645 - Geographic Info Sys
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                                                               Appendix II
                                                           Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name:___Edward Aractingi_____________________________                         Rank:__Adjunct Instructor_______________

Status (Check one): Full-time_____ Part-time_____ Adjunct___X__                   Current MU Faculty: ___yes _X__no

Highest Degree Earned: ____MS______________________Date Degree Received:___2005___________

Conferred by:____Marshall University____________________________________________

Area of Specialization:____Information Systems______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_____NA________ Agency:____________________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                                     ____5___
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           ____3___
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   ____2___
Years of employment in higher education                                           ____2___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         ____2___


List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each
of them and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught, course
number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester            Alpha Des. & No.            Title                                             Enrollment
Fall 2007                IS 623                      Database Management                                      8
Fall 2006                IS 623                      Database Management                                      6




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                                                               (Appendix II
                                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: ______John Biros______________________________ Rank: _____Associate Professor___________

Status (Check one): Full-time__X___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                               Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__       No ___

Highest Degree Earned: _________M.S._________________ Date Degree Received: _________________

Conferred by: ______West Virginia Graduate College___________________________________

Area of Specialization: _______Information Systems___________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________                 Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                                     __22____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           __32____
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   __12____
Years of employment in higher education                                           __ 22___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         ___5____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

  Year/Semester              Alpha Des. & No.                                             Title                                    Enrollment
2006 / Summer             IS651                           Data Warehousing                                                    6

2006 / Summer             IS621                           Information Structures I                                            1

2006 / Summer             TE698                           Comprehensive Project Formulation                                   5

2006 / Summer             TE699                           Comprehensive Project                                               1

2006 / Fall               IS605                           Systems Analysis                                                    7

2006 / Fall               IS621                           Information Structures I                                            6

2006 / Fall               TE699                           Comprehensive Project                                               2

2007 / Spring             IS610                           System Design                                                       6

2007 / Spring             IS622                           Information Structures II                                           5

2007 / Spring             IS623                           Database Management                                                 3

2007 / Summer             IS624                           Date Warehousing                                                    5

2007 / Fall               IS605                           Systems Analysis                                                    19

2007 / Fall               IS621                           Information Structures I                                            9

2007 / Fall               IS623                           Database Management                                                 17

2007 / Fall               IS651                           SpTp: Information Management in Public Sector                       11

2008 / Spring             IS610                           System Design                                                       20

2008 / Spring             IS622                           Information Structures II                                           12

2008 / Spring             IS651                           SpTp: Emerging Technology / Fin Impl                                4


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                                                      Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: Tracy Christofero___________________________________                           Rank: Associate Professor___

Status (Check one): Full-time__X__ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____ Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__

Highest Degree Earned: __PhD______________________ Date Degree Received: ___12/31/05______

Conferred by: ___Nova Southeastern University_____________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ____Information Science__________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure and Agency:
          Project Management Professional (PMP) – Project Management Institute (PMI)
          Certified Government Information Privacy Professionals – International Association of Privacy Professionals
          Six-Sigma Green Belt – Six Sigma


Years non-teaching experience                                                     __22____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           __26____
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   5 months
Years of employment in higher education                                           __4.5___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         5 months

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment.

  Year/Semester               Alpha Des. & No.                                            Title                          Enrollment
2008 / Spring             TM 612                          Economic and Financial Analysis                           15

2008 / Spring             EM 675                          Engineering Economics                                     6

2008 / Spring             TM 615                          Information Technology Strategies                         13

2008 / Spring             TM 699                          Capstone Project                                          2

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1)         If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most recent
activities.)
2)         Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.

           - Six Sigma (Quality) certification
           - Copyright Workshop
           - Vista Workshop
           - MU-Advance meetings/workshops (Grant Chats, T&P, Biosketch, etc.)
           - Women’s Studies meetings
           - Second Life / Web 2.0 workshop
           - Course Development Workshop
           - Program Assessment Workshop
           - POGIL Workshop
           - New Faculty Orientation

3)         Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)         Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)         Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state, regional, national,
           and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in
           professional organizations.

           - Member - Project Management Institute
           - Member - International Association of Privacy Professionals
           - Member - International Association for Management of Technology
           - Member - Technology Management Education Association
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           - Member - Global Information Technology Management Association
           - Member - Sigma Xi
           - Member - CITE IS Advisory Committee
                           Member - Healthcare sub-Committee
                           Member - Curriculum sub-Committee
           - Member - MU-Advance
           - Member - MU Women’s Studies
           - Certification earned - Six-Sigma (quality)

6)         Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)         Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)         Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

           - Vice President, Board of Directors - Mental Health Association of Greater Kanawha County
                         Lead - Web site development
                         Member - Education sub-Committee
                         Member - Safety sub-Committee
                         Member - Auction sub-Committee




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                                                               Appendix II
                                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: _____Peter Dailey____________________ Rank: ________no_________

Status (Check one): Full-time_____ Part-time _X_ Adjunct _____                     Current MU Faculty: Yes ___   No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ____MS / PhD ABD                    Date Degree Received: 2003 / Spring 2009 ____

Conferred by: ______Marshall University / West Virginia University _____________________________

Area of Specialization: ______Civil Engineering / Transportation Engineering                ____________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________                 Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                                     22
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           22
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   5
Years of employment in higher education                                           5
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         5

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

  Year/Semester             Alpha Des. & No.                                        Title                                 Enrollment
2004/Fall                 TM610                           Innovation and Technology Management                                18

2005/Fall                 ENRG 241                        Introduction to Geomaticss                                         18
                          TM610                           Innovation and Technology Management                               19
2006/Fall                 ENRG 241                        Introduction to Geomaticss                                         24
                          TM668                           Computer Aided Manufacturing                                       9
2007/Fall                 ENRG 241                        Introduction to Geomaticss                                         26
                          TM620                           Technology Planning                                                6
2007/Spring               TM668                           Computer Aided Manufacturing                                       5

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1)          If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most recent
activities.)
2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state, regional, national,
            and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in
            professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.




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                                                               Appendix II
                                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: _____Betsy Ennis Dulin_______________________________________ Rank:
_______Professor____________________

Status (Check one): Full-time__X___ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____                               Current MU Faculty: Yes __X_          No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ___Juris Doctor_______________________ Date Degree Received: __________1992_______

Conferred by: ___Washington & Lee
University_____________________________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: _______Law (with graduate and undergrad degrees in civil and environmental
engineering__________________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure__Registered Professional Engineer Agency: WV Board of Registration for Engineers
                                            Registered Patent Attorney               US Patent and Trademark Office
                                            Licensed Attorney                                  Supreme Court of Ohio and
WV State Bar

Years non-teaching experience                                                            __ 9__
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           ___12___
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   ___10___
Years of employment in higher education                                           ___13___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         ____4___

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

 Year/Semester              Alpha Des. & No.                                              Title                                       Enrollment
Fall 2007 (200801)        EM 694                          Engineering Law                                                        18




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2)         Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
PUBLIC SERVICE


2006 to present        Chair, West Virginia Consortium on Undergraduate Research and Engineering

2007-present                       Member of Statewide America COMPETES Working Group

2006-2007                          Higher Education Policy Commission Strategic Planning Task Force

September 2006         Member of West Virginia Team
                               Convocation on “Rising Above the Gathering Storm: Energizing
                               And Employing Regions, States, and Cities”
                               National Academy of Engineering, Washington, D.C.

2006 to present        Member, Board of Directors
                               West Virginia American Water Company


HONORS AND AWARDS

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Selected for induction as a member of Academy of Distinguished Alumni, Via Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering,
Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, November, 2007 (induction ceremony to occur in April, 2008).

Recipient of Spurgeon Award for Exceptional Engineering Outreach Efforts, Learning for Life’s highest national outreach award,
presented in Dallas, Texas in March, 2006.

Selected as one of twenty state “Young Guns” by West Virginia Executive Magazine, October, 2003.


MISCELLANEOUS COMMUNITY AND UNIVERSITY SERVICE

          Board of Directors, Marshall University Research Corporation, 2003 to present
          Board of Directors and Executive Committee, Chemical Alliance Zone, 2000 to present
          Board of Directors and Technical Advisory Group, Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research, and Innovation Center (MATRIC),
           2003 to present
          Marshall University Council on Research Commercialization, 2004 to present
          Marshall University Conflict of Interest Committee, 2007 to present
          Board of Directors, National Institute for Chemical Studies, 1999 to 2006
          National Advisory Committee, Exploring Engineering and Technology Program, Learning for Life, Inc., 2000 to present
          Advisory board, Center for Environmental, Geotechnical and Applied Sciences, 2005 to 2006.
          Chair, College of Liberal Arts Dean Evaluation Committee, 2005
          Judge, Kanawha County Science Fair, 2000-2004
          Participant and volunteer since 1996, National Engineers Week activities coordinated by West Virginia Society of
           Professional Engineers and Society of American Military Engineers, which includes visiting regional high schools to
           encourage interest in engineering and planning and implementation of engineering career day.
          Advisory Board Member, Institute for the Development of Entrepreneurial Advances, 2003-2004.
          Member of South Charleston Rotary Club, 2003 to 2006.
          Annual participation in West Virginia Construction/Engineering EXPO since 1995, including delivery of professional
           development courses for engineering community and representation of College of Information Technology and
           Engineering at exposition.
          Annual participation in Marshall Day, Higher Education Day, and Research Day at the Capitol during the legislative
           session.
          Participation in a variety of Alumni Association events on campus, throughout the state, and beyond the state.
          Provide annual training session for Academic Hearing Panel members, 2003 to present
          Provide training to deans and faculty on legal issues associated with academic affairs, as requested by Provost
          Participate in career seminars and course for University Honors Program, 2001 to present
          Member of Marshall Magazine editorial board, 2002-2006
          Member of North Central self-study working group, 2005-2006
          Chair of university strategic planning sub-committee, 1998-1999.
          Member and chair of numerous university search committees for faculty, staff, and administrative positions
          College library liaison, 1999-2002


PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

American Society for Engineering Education
West Virginia Society of Professional Engineers
West Virginia State Bar Association
Water Environment Federation

REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS


“Report of the Consortium for Undergraduate Research and Engineering”, delivered and presented to legislature and Governor in
January, 2008. The report includes a comprehensive review of current higher education, K-12, and professional issues associated
with Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Education, along with recommendations and a Collaborative Engineering Strategic
Plan for Marshall University, West Virginia University, and West Virginia University Institute of Technology.

“The CURE: A State’s Approach to Bridging the Gaps Among Higher Education, K-12, and Employers to Address the Coming
Crises in the Growth and Development of the Engineering Profession,” abstract accepted by the Engineering and Public Policy
division of American Society for Engineering Education, Annual ASEE Conference, June, 2008.

“Changing Direction Mid-Stream: A New Paradigm for Water Quality Criteria,” currently in preparation for law review submittal.

“Linking West Virginia’s Centers of Research and Development Excellence,” Views & Visions Magazine, Spring, 2007.

“Science, Math, and Engineering Education: How Can Our State Successfully Compete and Prosper in the Global Economy?”,
West Virginia Construction and Engineering EXPO, March 2007.
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“Law, Science, and Politics: Development of State Water Quality Standards,” Environmental Engineering Graduate Seminar, Via
Department of Civil Engineering, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, March 2007.

“Thinking Outside the Box: Using Your Education for Fun and Profit After Graduate School,” National Science Foundation
ADVANCE program career seminar, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, March, 2007.

“Administrative Procedure and Related Issues”, all-day short course for Chief Information Officers of state agencies, Marshall
University, January, 2007.

“Law and Politics: How Water Policy Affects the Energy Climate in West Virginia,” featured speaker, Energy Colloquium, Huntington
Chamber of Commerce, October, 2006.

“Administrative Procedure and Practice”, training for Marshall University academic hearing panel members, 2003 to present (usually
1-2 times per academic year).

“Legal Issues in Higher Education,” seminar for new faculty, Marshall University, August, 2006.

“Changes in Administrative Agency Structure and Mission and Their Impact on Water Quality Programs,” Rural Water Association,
September, 2005.

“Engineering Education: Liberal Arts for the 21st Century,” Society of American Military Engineers, 2004.

“Developing an Institutional Culture to Support Residential Programs for High School Students Interested in Engineering,” Learning
for Life annual conference, Orlando, Florida, October, 2004.

Panel chair and presenter, “Environmental Policy Issues”, Ohio River Observatory Planning Conference, Cincinnati, Ohio, June,
2004.

“Graduate Education Opportunities for Civil Engineers,” Engineering Development Seminar, West Virginia Division of Highways,
March, 2004.

“Sharpening the Focus: Legal Context of Engineering Ethics,” Journal of Professional Issues in Engineering Education and
Practice, American Society of Civil Engineers, July, 2003.

“Anti-degradation Implementation Policy and TMDLs: Legal Background and Implications for Public Utilities,” Rural Water
Association, September, 2003.

“Delivering a Graduate Program in Engineering Management to Working Professionals Utilizing Distance Delivery Methods,”
American Society for Engineering Education, June, 2003 (with Larsen and Crockett).

“Science and Engineering Education: Building the Future Workforce,” West Virginia Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive
Research Annual Conference, May, 2003.

“Water Use Designation Issues in West Virginia,” West Virginia Water Conference, October, 2002.


REPRESENTATIVE FUNDED ACTIVITIES


Founding manager, Environmental Management Incubator at Marshall University’s Center for Environmental, Geotechnical, and
Applied Sciences, initially funded at $1.8 million from Economic Development Administration

Founder of “Exploring Engineering: Academy of Excellence,” a residential camp for high school students with over $500,000 in
grant funding from the Rahall Transportation Institute, WV EPSCoR, and other entities.

National Collegiate Inventors and Innovators Alliance, “Supporting E-Team Formation in Solving the Economic and Environmental
Health of West Virginia: MIDAS – Turning Ideas into Gold,” $24,000, program advisor, 2005.

Participation in planning and drafting ADVANCE grant, National Science Foundation, 2004-2005, program advisor.

Kanawha County Schools, “Training of High School Math and Science Teachers to Support Engineering Career Cluster,” $25,000,
2002 (PI).




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                                                              Appendix II
                                                           Faculty Data Sheet
                                                                  2008
Name:__Thomas D. Hankins_________________________Rank:___Professor___________

Status (Check one): Full-time__X__ Part-time_____ Adjunct_____                    Current MU Faculty: _X_yes ___no

Highest Degree Earned: __PhD_________________Date Degree Received:___1973_________

Conferred by:____Clark University_______________________________________________

Area of Specialization:____Resource management______________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure__AICP_________ Agency:___American Institute of Certified Planners____

Years non-teaching experience                                                     ____4___
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           ____6___
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   ___35___
Years of employment in higher education                                           ___41___
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         ____5___

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught, course number, course title
and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

Year/Semester            Alpha Des. & No.            Title                                                           Enrollment
Fall 2008                IS 600                      Management Information Systems                                        8
                         TE 698                      Comprehensive Project Formulation                                   11
                         TE 699                      Comprehensive Project                                                 4
Summer 2008              TE 698                      Comprehensive Project Formulation                                   15
                         TE 699                      Comprehensive Project                                                 1
Spring 2008               IS 600                     Management Information Systems                                      10
                         TE 698                      Comprehensive Project Formulation                                   12
Fall 2007                 IS 600                     Management Information Systems                                        7
                          TE 698                     Comprehensive Project Formulation                                     3
Summer 2007               TE 698                     Comprehensive Project Formulation                                     4
                          TE 699                     Comprehensive Project                                                 1
                          TM 699                     TM Capstone Project                                                   2
Spring 2007               IS 600                     Management Information Systems                                        5
                          TE 698                     Comprehensive Project Formulation                                   11
Fall 2006                 IS 600                     Management Information Systems                                      10
                          TE 698                     Comprehensive Project Formulation                                   14


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     1      If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.
                  My undergraduate major was math. I began teaching programming courses in 1982 and gradually retooled (by
                  taking 30+ hours of credit courses and many CEU’s of non-credit courses) and moved from teaching environmental
                  studies to teaching information systems.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most recent
activities.
2          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.

3           Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).

4           Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
                     “Development and Growth of Places OnLIne,” Panel discussion presentation at the annual meeting of the
                     Association of American Geographers in Philadelphia, March 2004.

5         Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state, regional, national,
and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in
professional organizations.
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                       Association of American Geographers.              Member since 1962.            Since 2001 co-editor of Places OnLine, an
                       Internet publication of the Association.

                       American Planning Association
                       American Institute of Certified Planners
                       West Virginia Planning Association

6          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.

7          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
                    Marshall University Outstanding Graduate Advisor award, May 2008

8          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

                       Member of the Putnam County Planning Commission since 1977, chair for 3 years
                       Member of the Putnam County Port Authority, chair since 2004

                       Active in the Kanawha Valley and Ashland Emmaus communities
                       Active in Kairos of West Virginia prison ministry




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                                                               Appendix II
                                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: _______James Leonard Hansen _________ Rank: __Assistant Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time_____ Part-time_____ Adjunct __X                    Current MU Faculty: Yes ___       No ___

Highest Degree Earned: ________PhD___________ Date Degree Received: ____June 1974________

Conferred by: ________________Montana State University _______________________

Area of Specialization: _____________Statistics_______________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________                 Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                                      __28___
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           __36____
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   __3____
Years of employment in higher education                                           _24_ (3 full time, 6 part time, 15 adjunct)
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         ___1____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

  Year/Semester               Alpha Des. & No.                                            Title                                 Enrollment
Spring 2008               ENG 610                         Applied Statistics                                                    13




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1)         If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most recent
activities.)
2)         Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)         Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)         Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)         Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state, regional, national,
           and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in
           professional organizations.
6)         Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)         Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)         Community service as defined in the Greenbook.




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                                                           Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: Dr. Eldon R. Larsen                                                                     Rank: Professor

Status (Check one): Full-time         XX     Part-time           Adjunct          Current MU Faculty:      XX   yes           no

Highest Degree Earned:            Ph. D.                                          Date Degree Received: Spring 1983

Conferred by: The University of California at Berkeley

Area of Specialization: Chemical Engineering

Professional Registration/Licensure: Project Management Professional                   Agency: Project Management Institute

Years non-teaching experience                                                                 16.5
Years of employment other than Marshall                                                       16.5
Years of employment at Marshall                                                               9.5
Years of employment in higher education                                                       9.5
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                                     5

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught, course number, course title
and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)
Year/Semester        Alpha Des. & No.          Title                                                                 Enrollment
2006/Summer          EM 620                    Management of Technical Human Resources and Organizations 13
2006/Summer          EM 660                    Project Management                                                    7
2006/Fall            EM 650                    Sp.Tp.: Advanced Project Management                                   4
2006/Fall            EM 660                    Project Management                                                    9
2006/Fall            TE 699                    Comprehensive Project                                                 1
2007/Spring          EM 660                    Project Management                                                    14
2007/Spring          IE 670                    Operations Management                                                 7
2007/Spring          EM 620                    Management of Technical Human Resources and Organizations 8
2007/Spring          TE 699                    Comprehensive Project                                                 2
2007/Spring          ENGR 687                  Independent Study                                                     1
2007/Summer          EM 660                    Project Management                                                    9
2007/Summer          EM 620                    Management of Technical Human Resources and Organizations 10
2007/Fall            EM 660                    Project Management                                                    8
2007/Fall            EM 670                    Seminar in Engineering Management                                     4
2007/Fall            TE 699                    Comprehensive Project                                                 3
2008/Spring          EM 660                    Project Management                                                    10
2008/Spring          EM 668                    Operations Management                                                 6
2008/Spring          TE 699                    Comprehensive Project                                                 4
2008/Spring          TM 699                    TM Capstone Project                                                   1


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1         If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.
2         Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
         November 2008, AIChE National Annual Meeting
         November 2007, AIChE National Annual Meeting
         April 2007, AIChE Spring National Meeting
         November 2006, AIChE National Annual Meeting
         April 2006, AIChE Spring National Meeting
         November 2005, AIChE National Annual Meeting
         April 2005, AIChE Spring National Meeting
         November 2004, AIChE National Annual Meeting
         June 2004, ASEE National Meeting
         April 2004, AIChE Spring National Meeting
         June 2003, ASEE National Meeting
         April 2003, AIChE Spring National Meeting
3         Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
 Larsen, Eldon R. and Ryland W. Musick, Jr., “Getting to Win-Win,” Chemical Engineering Progress, invited paper, September
  2008,The American Institute of Chemical Engineers, New York, NY.
 Larsen, Eldon R., “Apply Project Management Concepts to R&D,” Chemical Engineering Progress, January 2005, pp. 47-50.
 Larsen, Eldon R. and Ryland W. Musick, Jr., “Conflict Management,” Proceedings of the national AIChE 2007 Annual Meeting,
  Salt Lake City, UT, November 6, 2007.

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 Larsen, Eldon R., “Leadership—What is it? Can you do it?” Proceedings of the national AIChE 2006 Spring National Meeting,
   Orlando, FL, April 23-27, 2006.
 Hill, David, and Eldon R. Larsen, “A Project Management Guide to Improving Productivity,” Proceedings of the 2005 Fall National
   Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, October 30-November 4, 2005.
 Larsen, E. R., “Adapting Project Management Principles and Tools to Research and Development,” Proceedings of the 2004 Fall
   National Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Austin Texas, November 2004.
 Mai, R. A., and E. R. Larsen, “Interview with a Project Manager,” Proceedings of the 2004 Fall Annual National Meeting of the
   American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Austin Texas, November 2004.
 Larsen, E. R., “People—The Key to Successful Project Management,” Chemical Engineering Progress, September 2004, p. 55.
 Larsen, E. R., “Teaching a Project Management Fundamentals Course to Working Professionals,” 2004 American Society for
   Engineering Education Conference and Exposition Proceedings, June 20-23, 2004.
 Larsen, E. R., “People—The Most Important Key to Successful Project Management,” The Engineer in Transition to Management,
   II, proceedings of a topical conference by the Management Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers in New
   Orleans, April 25-29, 2004.
 Larsen, E. R., “Ten Ways to Plan and Conduct Effective Meetings,” West Virginia Executive, pp. 113-119, Spring 2003.
 Dulin, B. E., E. R. Larsen, and W. Crockett, “Utilizing Distance Learning Technology to Deliver a Graduate Program in
   Engineering Management to Working Professionals,” 2003 American Society for Engineering Education Conference and
   Exposition Proceedings, June 22-25, 2003.
 Larsen, E. R., “Communicating With the Boss, and Other Public Things,” The Engineer in Transition to Management, proceedings
   of a topical conference by the Management Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers in New Orleans, April 2,
   2003.
4           Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
Larsen, Eldon R. and Ryland W. Musick, Jr., “Conflict Management,” Proceedings of the national AIChE 2007 Annual Meeting, Salt
       Lake City, UT, November 6, 2007.
Larsen, Eldon R., “Tutorial: Project Management Fundamentals,” Proceeding of the national AIChE 2007 Spring Meeting, Houston,
       TX, April 25, 2007.
Larsen, Eldon R., “Leadership—What is it? Can you do it?” Proceedings of the national AIChE 2006 Spring National Meeting,
       Orlando, FL, April 23-27, 2006.
Hill, David, and Eldon R. Larsen, “A Project Management Guide to Improving Productivity,” Proceedings of the 2005 Fall National
       Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, October 30-November 4, 2005.
Larsen, E. R., “Adapting Project Management Principles and Tools to Research and Development,” Proceedings of the 2004 Fall
       National Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Austin Texas, November 2004.
Mai, R. A., and E. R. Larsen, “Interview with a Project Manager,” Proceedings of the 2004 Fall Annual National Meeting of the
       American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Austin Texas, November 2004.
Larsen, E. R., “Teaching a Project Management Fundamentals Course to Working Professionals,” 2004 American Society for
       Engineering Education Conference and Exposition Proceedings, June 20-23, 2004.
Larsen, E. R., “People—The Most Important Key to Successful Project Management,” The Engineer in Transition to Management, II,
       proceedings of a topical conference by the Management Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers in New
       Orleans, April 25-29, 2004.
Dulin, B. E., E. R. Larsen, and W. Crockett, “Utilizing Distance Learning Technology to Deliver a Graduate Program in Engineering
       Management to Working Professionals,” 2003 American Society for Engineering Education Conference and Exposition
       Proceedings, June 22-25, 2003.
Larsen, E. R., “Communicating With the Boss, and Other Public Things,” The Engineer in Transition to Management, proceedings of
       a topical conference by the Management Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers in New Orleans, April 2,
       2003.
Larsen, E. R., “Start Projects Right—How to Develop Effective Project Objectives,” Proceedings from the 2002 American Society for
       Engineering Management National Conference, October 2-5, 2002, Tampa, FL, p. 349.
5           Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state,
            regional, national, and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or participated.
            List any offices you hold in professional organizations.
           2008/2009 Secretary of the Charleston Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
           2007 Past Chair of the national Management Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
           2006 Chair of the national Management Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
           2005 First Vice Chair of the national Management Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
           2004 Second Vice Chair of the national Management Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
           2002-2003 Director of the national Management Division of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
           2005-2008 Vice Chair, Chair, & Past Chair of the Charleston Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
           2003-2005 At-Large Member of the Charleston Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers
           2006-2007 President & CEO of the West Virginia/Ohio Valley Chapter of the Project Management Institute
           2003-2005 Director-at-Large on the Board of the West Virginia/Ohio Valley Chapter of the Project Management Institute
6           Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7           Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
           Distinguished Service Award, Management Division, AIChE, 11/2007
           Distinguished Service Award, Charleston Section, AIChE, 5/2006
           Outstanding Graduate Advisor of the Year Award, Marshall University, 5/2004
           The 2003 Outstanding Parents of the Year for the State of West Virginia, with my wife, awarded by the Parents Day
            Coalition of West Virginia, a project of the American Family Coalition
8           Community service as defined in the Greenbook.

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                                                               Appendix II
                                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: ___Neal A. Lewis_______________________ Rank: Associate Professor________

Status (Check one): Full-time__X__ Part-time_____ Adjunct _____ Current MU Faculty: Yes ___                No _X_

Highest Degree Earned: _PhD______________________ Date Degree Received: _May 2004 _______

Conferred by: University of Missouri - Rolla__________________________________________

Area of Specialization: Engineering Management_____________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_No____________                 Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                                     __27____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           __31____
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   __ 3_____
Years of employment in higher education                                           __ 7_____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         __ 1_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

  Year/Semester              Alpha Des. & No.                                             Title                           Enrollment
2006/Summer               IE 639                          Operations Research I                                      4

                          TM 699                          Capstone                                                   3

2006/Fall                 IE 670                          Operations Management

                          TM 600                          Program Introduction Seminar                               11

                          TM 620                          Technology Planning                                        13

                          TM 699                          Capstone                                                   4

2007/Spring               TM 612/EM 675                   Economic & Financial Analysis / Engineering Economics      17

                          TM 630                          Quality & Productivity Methods                             15

                          TM 699                          Capstone                                                   2


NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)          If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most recent
activities.)
2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state, regional, national,
            and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in
            professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.




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                                                               Appendix II
                                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: _WILLIAM L. MANKINS___________________________________________ Rank: ___________________________

Status (Check one): Full-time__                ___ Part-time__X___ Adjunct _____               Current MU Faculty: Yes _X__    No ___

Highest Degree Earned: MSE, PE__________________________ Date Degree Received: 1963, 1966 _________________

Conferred by: WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY, WV STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS
________________________________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: __ENGINEERING, METALLURGICAL
ENGINEERING_______________________________________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure__WV PE #05828_____________                       Agency: WV STATE BOARD OF REGISTRATION FOR
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS_______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                              48________
Years of employment other than Marshall                                    48________
Years of employment at Marshall                                           ~10________
Years of employment in higher education                                   ~10________
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                  _3_______
List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

  Year/Semester               Alpha Des. & No.                                Title                                                Enrollment
2007/SPRING                                               EM660, PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                           24

2007/FALL                                                 EM660, PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                           20

2008/SPRING                                               EM660, PROJECT MANAGEMENT                                           14


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                                                               Appendix II
                                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: ____Kyle Schafer______________________ Rank: ____Instructor_______________________

Status (Check one): Full-time_____ Part-time_____ Adjunct __X__ Current MU Faculty: Yes ___                No ___

Highest Degree Earned: __Masters_________________ Date Degree Received: _2004____________

Conferred by: ___Marshall University _____________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: Information Technology___________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure_______________                 Agency: _______________________________

Years non-teaching experience                                                      __26_____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           ___26_____
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   ___.5_____
Years of employment in higher education                                           ___.5_____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         ___.5_____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

  Year/Semester               Alpha Des. & No.                                            Title                           Enrollment
Fall 2007                 TM610                           Management of Technology and Innovation                    23




NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)          If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most recent
activities.)
2)          Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)          Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)          Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)          Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state, regional, national,
            and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in
            professional organizations.
6)          Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)          Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)          Community service as defined in the Greenbook.




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                                                                Appendix II
                                                        Faculty Data Sheet
                                                            (for the period of this review)

Name: ___James Wolfe_____________________________ Rank: ________?__________________

Status (Check one): Full-time_____ Part-time_____ Adjunct __X__ Current MU Faculty: Yes ___               No _X_

Highest Degree Earned: MS in Environmental Eng._____ Date Degree Received: _Spring 1999 (May)__

Conferred by: __Marshall University_______________________________________________________

Area of Specialization: ___Geographic Information Systems____________________________________

Professional Registration/Licensure______N/A______                 Agency: ________N/A____________________

Years non-teaching experience                                                     __12____
Years of employment other than Marshall                                           ___5____
Years of employment at Marshall                                                   __12____
Years of employment in higher education                                           ___8____
Years in service at Marshall during this period of review                         ___?____

List courses you taught during the final two years of this review. If you participated in a team-taught course, indicate each of them
and what percentage of the course you taught. For each course include the year and semester taught (summer through spring),
course number, course title and enrollment. (Expand the table as necessary)

  Year/Semester              Alpha Des. & No.                                             Title                          Enrollment
2006 / Summer             IS645                           GIS                                                       7

2006 / Fall               IS645                           GIS                                                       7

2007 / Summer             IS645                           GIS                                                       10

2008 / Spring             IS645                           GIS                                                       10


NOTE: Part-time adjunct faculty do not need to fill in the remainder of this document.

1)         If your degree is not in your area of current assignment, please explain.

(For each of the following sections, list only events during the period of this review and begin with the most recent
activities.)
2)         Activities that have enhanced your teaching and or research.
3)         Discipline-related books/papers published (provide a full citation).
4)         Papers presented at state, regional, national, or international conferences.
5)         Professional development activities, including professional organizations to which you belong and state, regional, national,
           and international conferences attended. List any panels on which you chaired or participated. List any offices you hold in
           professional organizations.
6)         Externally funded research grants and contracts you received.
7)         Awards/honors (including invitations to speak in your area of expertise) or special recognition.
8)         Community service as defined in the Greenbook.




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                                                                               Chart I Assessment Summary
                                                                                    Marshall University
                                    Assessment of Student Outcomes: Component/Course/Program Level
                                                                                             5 year summary

 Component Area/Program/Discipline: __Technology Management_________________________________________

                                                                        Component/Course/Program Level
                                                      Assessment Measures
 Student Learning Outcomes                                                                         Standards/Benchmark         Results/Analysis           Action Taken
                                                            (Tools)
                                                     TM612 – Economic &                         TM612 homework, Exam        Homework, Exam 1           Will standardize
                                                     Financial Analysis                         1, and the Final Project    and the Final Project      type of financial
                                                     assignments, Exam 1                        demonstrate quantifiable    support this Outcome       analysis questions
                                                     questions, and the Final                   knowledge for this          for the two semesters      on Exam 1,
                                                     Project require financial                  Learning Outcome. A Final   it has been in place       implement rubrics
Evaluate a company’s financial                       analysis and evaluation                    Report rubrics total of 90% and the results            for the Final Project,
status                                               of Case Study and real-                    is targeted                 recorded (data not         and develop a
                                                     world companies                                                        available when no TM       spreadsheet to
                                                                                                                            Program Coordinator        track results
                                                                                                                            available). Results,       beginning Spring
                                                                                                                            however, have not          2009
                                                                                                                            been formally tracked
                                                     TM620 – Technology                         TM620 Case Study            For the two years this     Team roles &
                                                     Planning is a team-                        Presentations and the Final Outcome has been in        responsibilities will
                                                     based class with                           Project are team-based.     place, evaluations         be discussed in
                                                     multiple opportunities to                  Team members individually were deemed to be            class, and
Ability to work successfully in a                    assess a student’s                         evaluate the contribution   candid. However,           evaluations will be
project team                                         success working with a                     and participation of each   waiting until the          shared after each
                                                     team through team                          team member (0-100%).       Midterm to remind          team assignment to
                                                     member evaluations                         90% is targeted             students they will be      provide opportunity
                                                                                                                            evaluated is too late to   for improvement.
                                                                                                                            foster change.


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                                                     TM630 – Quality and                        Professional presentations      Results vary with the      Presentation
                                                     Productivity Methods                       based on business               individual. Presence       Rubrics
                                                     requires video-taped                       expectations. Video-taped       of cameras (due to         implemented Core
                                                     oral presentations for                     presentations permit            video-link and             Courses Spring
                                                     evaluation and self-                       students to self-assess. In-    Internet) is especially    2008. Implement
Develop and execute
                                                     assessment. Other core                     class presentations provide     difficult for people not   rubrics for all class
professional presentations
                                                     courses require oral                       experience in front of an       used to high tech.         presentations. Test
                                                     presentations in front of                  audience with audience          delivery modes.            use of home-made
                                                     a class audience                           and instructor evaluations.                                YouTube video
                                                                                                Presentation rubrics total of                              postings for TM630
                                                                                                90% is targeted
                                                     TM612 – Economic and                       TM612 homework                  In 2006, 40% of the    Review and
                                                     Financial Analysis                         assignments and Exam 2          students earned less   compare Exam 2
                                                     assignments and Exam                       require utilization of time     than 90% on Exam 2.    questions to assure
                                                     2 are cost/benefit                         value of money                  In 2008, 47% earned    consistency in
Weigh the cost/benefit of
                                                     financial analysis                         (cost/benefit). A 90% score     less than 90%. (no     testing and
technology decisions
                                                     exercises                                  is targeted                     data available for     measurement.
                                                                                                                                2007)                  Begin tracking
                                                                                                                                                       student Exam
                                                                                                                                                       scores.
                                                     TM699 – Capstone                           Advisor approval of a           Most students require The Orientation
                                                     Project, and starting                      formal proposal, indicating     multiple revisions     course provides
                                                     Spring 2008, applicable                    graduate-level writing and      before approval of     proposal
                                                     TM core courses,                           analytical abilities is a       their proposal. Formal information early in
                                                     require a formally written                 prerequisite for registering    guidelines may not     the Program.
                                                     project proposal for all                   for TM699 – the Capstone        have been routinely    Capstone Proposal
                                                     Final Projects to assess                   Project. Course Final           distributed and        Guidelines were
Write a comprehensive project
                                                     student writing and                        Project proposals are           proposals may not      developed Spring
proposal
                                                     analytical skills prior to                 assessed assignments in         have been required for 2008 and are also
                                                     development of a                           many TM Core Courses.           Core Course Final      provided early in
                                                     Capstone or course                         100% approval is required.      Projects.              the Program. Will
                                                     Final Project Report                                                                              require formal
                                                                                                                                                       proposals for all
                                                                                                                                                       core course
                                                                                                                                                       Projects

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                                                     TM699 – The Capstone                       The Capstone Advisor             The Capstone advisor      Capstone Final
                                                     Project written and oral                   monitors the Project Plan        reviews, provides         Report Guidelines
                                                     reports require students                   developed by the student         comments and edits        and a course
                                                     to apply and                               that identifies how they will    all draft submissions     syllabus were
                                                     demonstrate knowledge                      develop and execute the          prior to the Final        developed Spring
Develop and execute an applied                       gained throughout their                    Project. The Capstone            Report being              2008 and are
technology project and present                       graduate program to                        Project written Report and       distributed and           provided early in
the results orally and in writing                    real-world applications                    Oral Defense presentation        approved, however,        the Program to
                                                     and/or organizations.                      are evaluated by a               no syllabus was           assure students are
                                                                                                Committee consisting of a        available to provide      aware of
                                                                                                minimum of three graduate        details for this class.   requirements.
                                                                                                faculty members. 100%
                                                                                                approval is required.
                                                     TM620 – Technology                         TM620 team assignments           Developed Spring          Will work with the
                                                     Planning student teams                     and the Final Project            2008 and                  student teams’
                                                     work with Case Studies                     provide quantifiable             implemented Fall          selected
                                                     then real-world firms to                   measures for assessing           2008. Results to be       organization for
                                                     develop vision/mission                     the student’s ability to         included in the 2009      their input on team
                                                     statements, conduct                        analyze an organization for      Annual Review.            analysis
                                                     SWOT and competitive                       purposes of developing a                                   performance in
                                                     analysis, develop                          strategic plan. Written                                    developing the
                                                     matrices, and deliver a                    strategic plans are required                               organization’s
Develop a strategic plan for a                       strategic plan per the                     as individual homework                                     strategic plan.
real-world organization                              methodology taught in                      and a team oral                                            Rubrics will be
                                                     class. The Midterm                         presentation provide                                       developed for use
                                                     exam and graded                            feedback on analytical                                     by the client and
                                                     assignments, to include                    abilities prior to their final                             another developed
                                                     project proposals, status                  report to the client and the                               for use by the
                                                     reports, meeting notes,                    class. Well developed                                      instructor.
                                                     and presentations to the                   student case study plans
                                                     class and for their                        are posted for other
                                                     “client” provide                           students to review. Rubrics
                                                     measureable outcomes.                      scores of 90% are targeted



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                                                        Appendix III
                                                  Off-Campus Classes
Note: List courses offered at locations other than the Huntington Campus, or the South Charleston Campus. Please include the
courses offered in the past 2 years.


    Year              Location                                     Courses Offered                                  Enrollment
 Fl 06        Teays Valley           TM600 Program Introduction Seminar                                             11
 Fl 06        Unknown                TM610 Management of Innovation and Technology                                  12
 S 07         Alcon                  TM667 Modern Manufacturing Concepts                                            9
 S 07         Unknown                ENGR610 Applied Statistics                                                     1
 Su 07        Teays Valley           TM667 Modern Manufacturing Concepts                                            3
 Fl 07        Alcon                  EM694 Engineering                                                              6
 S 08         Alcon                  TM612/EM675 Economic and Financial Analysis                                    4
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                                                       Appendix V
                                               Program Course Enrollment
 Course
                                                   Required/     Year 1         Year 2         Year 3         Year 4         Year 5
 Number                 Course Name
                                                    Elective   2003-2004      2004-2005      2005-2006      2006-2007      2007-2008
(e.g. 215*)
                                                               Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa   Sp   Su   Fa    Sp

TM600         Program Introduction Seminar         Required         10   5         15   5         10   0         11

TE650         SpTp: Orientation to CITE Grad       Required                                                                     18    4

TM610         Mgmt of Innovation & Technology      Required         14             19             14             12             21

TM612         Economic & Financial Analysis        Required              24             22             18             13             15

TM615         IT Strategies                        Required              15             14             16             10             13

TM620         Technology Planning                  Required         19             15             22             13             5

TM630         Quality & Productivity Methods       Required              21             20             19             16             14

TM640         Intelligent Transportation Systems   Required                                       4                             4

TM650         SpTp: Modern Mfg Concepts            Elective                                  5                                        7

TM651         SpTp: Modern Mfg Methods             Elective    6

TM652         SpTp: Computer Integrated Mfg        Elective                                       12

TM652         Independent Study                    Unknown               1

TM653         SpTp: Health Informatics             Elective                                            3

TM660         Computing & IT Systems               Elective              12             10             4         6

TM664         Health Informatics                   Elective                                                                     0

TM667         Modern Manufacturing Concepts        Required                                                           9    3
              Computer Integrated
TM668                                              Required                                                      5                    7
              Manufacturing
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TM685     SpTp: Innovation & Invention     Elective             0                                                      1

TM699     Capstone Project                 Required        1    12        5    4    3    10   6    3    4    2    3    2     3

EM620     Mgmt Tech HR & Organizations     Required   23             26   8         10             13        8    10

EM650     SpTp: Adv Project Management     Elective                                                     4

EM660     Project Management               Required   23   42   33   18   41   32   11   39   23   7    23   38   9    28   24

EM668     Operations Management            Required                                                                          6

EM675     Engineering Economics            Required                                           2              4               6

EM694     Engineering Law                  Required             7                                                      21

ENGR610   Applied Statistics               Required        14   12        14   7         18   15        11   1         18   13

ES614     Environmental Risk Assessment    Required                  29        9    7              20             20        24

ES620     Environmental Mgmt Systems       Required        14             18             20             22             25

ES630     Environmental Site Assessment    Elective        20   6                             15                            13

ES652     Solid & Hazardous Waste          Elective             9

ES661     Environmental Regulations        Required                            5                                            10

IS600     Management Information Systems   Elective   11   17   23   6    28   8         21        2    10   5         7    10

IS605     Systems Analysis                 Elective        15             18             18             7              19

IS610     Systems Design                   Elective             18             15             12             6              20

IS621     Information Structures I         Elective        24             15        1    9         1    9              22

IS622     Information Structures II        Elective             23             13             14             9              20

IS623     Database Management              Elective        15   22        11   5         9              8    3         17

IS624     Data Warehousing                 Elective                                                               5

IS625     Software Engineering             Elective   16             5         6                   5
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IS631        Information Security                       Required                                    5         9    1   4       5         10

IS641        Computer Forensics                         Required
IS645        Geographic Information Systems             Elective     17         4    10        11   12        10   7   7       10        10

IS650        SpTp: Evaluation of IT                     Elective                     3         8         13   3        1   2              2

IS651        SpTp: 1 Security; 2 GIS                    Elective           25   13   9    2         7         3    6   7            11    4

IS652        SpTp: Computer Forensics                   Elective                                    5              1

IS653        SpTp; Cybercrimes                          Elective                7              4    3

IS655        Multimedia                                 Elective           13             16   6              3            8

IS656        Communication & Network Tech               Required           27             17             15            3            9

IS680        Social Issues in IT                        Elective                6                             5

SFT550       Traffic Engineering                        Elective                2

SFT660       Human Accident Prevention                  Elective           14   5                                          5              3


(Note: If you listed courses in Appendix IV, do not list them again in this appendix.)

* Indicate all courses other than the service courses here. Please include all special topics courses offered as well as independent
studies. When listing Independent studies, please list the number of independent study students enrolled, but DO NOT include
individual names or the titles of the independent studies.
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                                                Appendix VI
                                             Program Enrollment

                                              Year 1      Year 2      Year 3      Year 4      Year 5
                Students
                                            2003-2004   2004-2005   2005-2006   2006-2007   2007-2008
         New Students Admitted                 23          17          15          7           15
         Principal Majors Enrolled
                                               1           2           1
    Area of Emphasis 1: Biotechnology
         Principal Majors Enrolled
                                               2           1           4           5           5
    Area of Emphasis 2: Environmental
         Principal Majors Enrolled
                                                                                               3
 Area of Emphasis 3: Information Security
         Principal Majors Enrolled
                                               29          30          23          19          25
   Area of Emphasis 4: Info Technology
         Principal Majors Enrolled
    Area of Emphasis 5: Manufacturing          8           6           7           6           5
         Principal Majors Enrolled
Area of Emphasis 6: Info Transportation        3                       2           3           2
         Principal Majors Enrolled
                                                                                               3
      Area of Emphasis 7: Pharmacy
         Principal Majors Enrolled
                                               9           11          10          9           1
     Area of Emphasis Not determined
        Second Majors Enrolled*
         Third Majors Enrolled:**
 Other Areas of Emphasis (i.e., education
          specialization majors)
                Minors***
Grand Total of Students Enrolled in the
                                               52          50          47          42          44
               Program
       Graduates of the program                10          12          15          15          6

				
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