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					Date Received


                       Spring 2007 Semester Assessment Report Form
                                   DUE October 31, 2008

Directions: Please complete a form for each of the programs within your department. This
form was designed to provide a format for assessment reporting and should not be used to limit
the amount of information provided. Each box that is attached to each of the sections is designed
to adjust to varying lengths. If you have any questions, please contact Dr. Bea Babbitt at x51506
or via email at: bea.babbitt@unlv.edu.
              ***Please submit the report electronically to bea.babbitt@unlv.edu


1. Program Information:
         Program Ph. D in Electrical Engineering
      Department Electrical and Computer Engineering
          College Engineering
         Program Yingtao Jiang
      Assessment
     Coordinator
   Semester Data Spring 2008
        Collected
           Report Henry Selvaraj
    Submitted by
     Phone/email 895-4184 / selvaraj@ee.unlv.edu
  Date Submitted Oct. 31, 2008



2. According to the Assessment Plan for this program, what were the planned assessments to be
conducted during the Spring 2008 semester? You may want to copy and paste from this
program’s assessment plan.

Which outcomes for       How did you measure     What results did you expect? If the
this program were        the outcomes?           students performed well what would
measured?                                        their performance look like, i.e.
                                                 percentages, means, or comparisons to
                                                 a national standard?
__3__outcomes out of a total of __3__ outcomes evaluated this semester.
1.      Breadth of      1. Average student       1. Expected result is an average of
knowledge of            GPA                          3.5.
scientific principles   2. Graduate Exit         2. Expected result is an average of
that are fundamental to Interview                    4.0 on a scale of 0.0-5.0.
three of the following  3. Number of             3. Expected result is an average of
application areas:      publications                 two papers per graduating student.
Circuits,               4. M.S. Committee        4. Expected result is an average of
Communications,         member survey                4.0 on a scale of 0.0-5.0.
Computers, Controls,
Digital Signal
Processing,
Electronics,
Electromagnetic,
Power and Solid State.
2.      An ability to
identify, formulate and
solve engineering and
or scientific problems
3.      An ability to
communicate
effectively issues and
a    commitment       to
continue developing
knowledge and skills
after graduation.


3. Results. What are the results of the planned assessments listed above? Describe below or
attach to the form.

Results
Two students graduated with GPA 3.62, and hence not enough data make substantial
conclusions are suggestions for improvement. One student published 4 journal
articles, and the other student published 4 conference papers and submitted a couple of
journal articles at the time of graduation. The limited data suggests excellent Ph.D.
program.




4. Conclusions and Discoveries. What conclusions or discoveries were made from these
results? Describe below or attach to the form.

Conclusions and Discoveries
Only two students graduated and hence not enough data make substantial conclusions
are suggestions for improvement. The limited data suggests excellent Ph.D. program.




5. Use of Results. What program changes are indicated? How will they be implemented? If
none, describe why changes were not needed.

Only two students graduated and hence not enough data make substantial conclusions
are suggestions for improvement. The limited data suggests excellent Ph.D. program.




6. Dissemination of Results, Conclusions, and Discoveries. How and with whom were the
results shared?

Results were presented to faculty and will be reported to the ECE Board of Visitors in
Fall 2008.

				
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