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Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering California State University, Sacramento 2011 Assessment Report Submitted by Suresh Vadhva, Ph.D. Chair and Professor   Table of Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. EEE / CpE Program Goals and Objectives.......................................................................... 3 EEE / CpE Program Learning Outcomes............................................................................ 10 Continuous Improvement......................................
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    Department of Electrical and Electronic EngineeringCalifornia State University, Sacramento     2011 Assessment Report  Submitted bySuresh Vadhva, Ph.D.Chair and Professor    2 Table of Contents 1.   EEE / CpE Program Goals and Objectives.......................................................................... 32.   EEE / CpE Program Learning Outcomes............................................................................ 103.   Continuous Improvement.................................................................................................... 194.   Implementation Plan........................................................................................................... 26  3 1   EEE, CpE Goals and Objectives   The undergraduate program in Electrical & Electronic Engineering (EEE) and Computer Engineering(CpE) are fundamental to the mission of the College of Engineering and Computer Science at CSUS.Five years from graduation, graduates from our program will:A.   Obtain a broad education in electrical engineering built upon a solid understanding of mathematics,science, and basic engineering.B.   Be able to apply fundamental electrical engineering concepts to complex situations and solve problems,using contemporary engineering tools and techniques.C.   Be able to communicate effectively.D.   For EEE Program: Obtain breadth and depth through required core courses in circuits, electronics,communications, control systems, microprocessors, electromagnetics and electric machines. Depth isobtained from elective courses consistent with the range of technical specialties.For CpE Program: Educational breadth and depth through required core courses in ComputerArchitecture and Microprocessors, Logic Design, Circuits and Electronics, Software Development andOperating Systems, and Computer Networks. Depth is obtained from elective courses consistent withthe range of technical specialties.E.   Be able to work with contemporary laboratory instrumentation, design and perform experiments, andanalyze and interpret the results.F.   Be able to work in teams to solve complex design problems.G.   Obtain a balanced education with a solid understanding of ethical and professional responsibility, whichenables them to function well in the profession of engineering. The program prepares them to be “life-long” learners who are prepared to meet the demands of a rapidly changing technologically advancingsociety.H.   Obtain knowledge of the important human factors such as safety, environmental impact, and impact onsociety. They will be able to apply their skills in new contexts and learn to appreciate and manageintelligently the consequences of their technical decisions.The EEE and CpE programs objectives are published online athttp://www.ecs.csus.edu/eee/portfolio/index.htm&http://www.ecs.csus.edu/cpe/portfolio/objectives-1.htmmay and be accessed from the  Assessment  link on the EEE Department Web site. Each studentreceives a copy of the program objectives and student learning outcomes as part of their student folderduring the new student orientation program.Our program objectives are also published in the CSUS Catalog under the description of the EEEDepartment and CpE program and on the online catalog Web site at:http://aaWeb.csus.edu/catalog/current/PROGRAM/EEE.asp. andhttp://aaweb.csus.edu/catalog/current/PROGRAM/CPE.asp..  4 Consistency of the Program Educational Objectives with the Mission of the Institution The Electrical and Electronic Engineering (EEE) and Computer Engineering (CPE) Program at CSUSaims to provide high quality education that will transform students into professional engineers who are preparedto meet the needs of society and adapt to rapidly changing technology. Thus, the Program EducationalObjectives (PEOs) of the CPE Program are aligned with the Baccalaureate Learning Goals of California StateUniversity, Sacramento. The CPE Program’s PEOs include emphasis on the achievement of critical problem-solving and communication skills alongside accomplished ability in the EEE and CpE disciplines. Alsoemphasized is the need for professionalism, ethics and flexibility within society. Table 1 EEE and CpEE Program Objectives as Related to California State University, Sacramento’sBaccalaureate Learning Goals ECS Matrix   BACCALAUREATE LEARNING GOALS   Compet-   encies inthe Dis-ciplines   AnalysisandProblemsolvingCom-munication   Informa-tionCom-petence   CulturalLegacies   Values &Pluralism     Educational(Program) Objective PO(A)xPO(B)x PO(C)x PO(D)xPO(E)x PO(F)x PO(G)xPO(H)xx  A.   A broad education in electrical engineering built upon a solid understanding of mathematics,science, and basic engineering.B.   An ability to apply fundamental computer engineering concepts to complex situations and solveproblems, using contemporary engineering tools and techniques.C.   An ability to communicate effectively.D.    EEE  educational breadth and depth through required core courses in circuits, electronics,communications, control systems, microprocessors, electromagnetics and electric machines.Depth is obtained from elective courses consistent with the range of technical specialties CpE  educational breadth and depth through required core courses in Computer Architecture andMicroprocessors, Logic Design, Circuits and Electronics, Software Development and OperatingSystems, and Computer Networks. Depth is obtained from elective courses consistent with therange of technical specialties.E.   An ability to work with contemporary laboratory instrumentation, design and performexperiments, and analyze and interpret the results.F.   An ability to work in teams to solve complex design problems.G.   A balanced education with a solid understanding of ethical and professional responsibility, whichenables them to function well in the profession of engineering. The program prepares them to be“life-long” learners who are prepared to meet the demands of a rapidly changing technologicallyadvancing society.
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