Electronic Technology Program

Program Student Learning Outcomes Assessment
(AY 2012-2013)

Program Student Learning Outcomes(PSLOS)

At the completion of Electronic Technology Program the student will be able to:

  1. Practice safety and occupational health procedures in the workplace.
  2. Use electronics tools and test equipment competently.
  3. Interpret schematic diagrams and waveforms.
  4. Build electronics projects to a given specification.
  5. Perform troubleshooting techniques to maintain, diagnose, and repair personal computer systems.
  6. Perform troubleshooting techniques to maintain, diagnose, and repair office equipment, and video & audio equipment and systems.

  • I=Introduced
  • D=Demonstrated
  • M=Mastery at a level appropriate for graduation
  • PSLO Assessment Report Summary

    What we looked at:

    The Electronic Engineering Technology certificate assessment focused on PSLOs 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 6. Listed below are the results for each of the PSLOs.

    What we found:

    • PSLO 1: Practice Safety and occupational health procedures in the workplace.

      VEE 224:

      Total number of students:

      11

       

      Total number of students who got "C" or higher:

      10

       

      Total number of students who failed

      01

    • PSLO 2: Use electronic tools and test equipment competently.

      VEE 224:

      Total number of students:

      14

       

      Total number of students who got "C" or higher:

      14

    • PSLO 3: Interpret schematic diagrams and waveforms.

      VEE 240:

      Total number of students:

      15

       

      Total number of students who got "C" or higher:

      15

    • PSLO 4: Build electronic projects to a given specification.

      VEE 110:

      Total number of students:

      14

       

      Total number of students who got "C" or higher:

      13

       

      Total number of students who failed

      01

    • PSLO 5: Perform troubleshooting techniques to maintain and resolve hardware/software related problems in a personal computer system.

      VEE 223:

      Total number of students:

      29

      Activity 1:

      Disassemble and assemble of PC system (PC Assembly)

       

       

      Total number of students who "exemplary"

      15

       

      Total number of students who "developing"

      10

       

      Total number of students who "unacceptable"

      04

      Activity 2:

      OS (XP Pro & Windows 7 Pro) installation and system drivers (OS Install)

       

       

      Total number of students who "exemplary"

      15

       

      Total number of students who "developing"

      10

       

      Total number of students who "unacceptable"

      04

      Activity 3:

      Hardware & Software maintenance tasks (PC Maintenance)

       

       

      Total number of students who "exemplary"

      05

       

      Total number of students who "developing"

      15

       

      Total number of students who "unacceptable"

      09

      Activity 4:

      Configuring and optimizing a computer operating system (System Configuring)

       

       

      Total number of students who "exemplary"

      05

       

      Total number of students who "developing"

      20

       

      Total number of students who "unacceptable"

      04

    • PSLO 6: Perform troubleshooting techniques to maintain, diagnose, and repair electronic equipment and devices.

      VEE 224:

      Total number of students:

      11

       

      Total number of students who got "C" or higher:

      10

       

      Total number of students who failed

      01

      VEE 225:

      Total number of students:

      13

       

      Total number of students who got "C" or higher:

      12

       

      Total number of students who failed

      01

    What we are planning to work on:

    • Increase more time for the students to become more competent in using electronic test equipment and signal generators.
    • Intensify more activity in checking and testing of passive and active electronics components to increase the level of competency of the students in troubleshooting.
    • Develop additional activities to meet the technician competency in repairing personal computers, tablets and laptops.
    • Must include LCD and LED TV technology on the course outline of VEE 224 to keep abreast on fast changing technology.
    • Include programming activity of cash register with bar code scanner in VEE225.

    Recommendations for students:

    • Follow written and oral direction
    • Write correct grammatical sentences
    • Be confident in using English when doing project presentation
    • Know the basic mathematics foundation prior in taking the program

    Through these the student have a significant advantage to meet the course work in AAS electronics technology technical courses and every course prerequisite of each course in the program to assure program completion in two years.


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    Program Data Sheet Spring 2013

    Program Review 2012-2013

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