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Automation Electronics Engineering Major

Program Mission and Goals

Vision of the Industrial & Automation Electronics Major

Students will acquire knowledge and skills, which enables them to effectively integrate into the evolving technological marketplace

Mission of the Industrial & Automation Electronics Major

Our mission is to provide quality technical education that matches the needs of our community and area employers

Short Term Operational Goals of the Industrial & Automation Electronics Major

  • Collaborate with business, industry, government, professional organizations, and the community to keep state of the art equipment and facilities for our Industrial & Automation Electronics students
  • Provide professional development opportunities for faculty, staff, and students
  • Collaborate with universities, colleges, and high schools to keep and create more articulation agreements
  • Collaborate with business, industry, and the community as partners to provide a quality learning experience that gives graduates the best opportunity to gain employment

Long Term Operational Goals of the Industrial & Automation Electronics Major

  • Seek ABET and NAIT programmatic accreditation to ensure a quality educational experience
  • Solicit input from our constituents including, students, graduates, advisory board members, business, industry, faculty, staff, and administration concerning the operation and improvement of the major
  • Assess student and program performance through the use of outcomes assessment, Program Review and Evaluation Process, job placement rates, employer and graduate surveys
  • Increase enrollment through recruiting efforts including; business, industry, government, professional organizations, and high schools

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