The EAB represents a cross section of regional business, industry and education and is an integral partner in providing guidance and direction for program operation, improvement, and development. The EAB meets twice per year (Fall and Spring) and is the primary vehicle to represent regional government, industry, and employers in development and review of the program objectives, outcomes, and assessment results.
The Department of Engineering Assessment and Evaluation Plan specifies the following responsibilities for the EAB:
Review proposed curriculum changes that have been approved by the faculty.
Review assessment results.
Review the program objectives and approve or reject changes.
- Representatives of EAB participate in capstone project evaluation.
- Members review and suggest changes in curriculum content (within committees of the EAB responsible for core in each concentration).
In addition, the EAB examines strategic department plans and directions related to areas such as development, industry involvement and concentration focus.
2012 Engineering Advisory Board Members