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Course Assessment of the Microelectronics Process Engineering Program at SJSU
Proceedings of the 2002 American Society for Engineering Education 1526 (2002)
  • Gregory Young, San Jose State University
  • David Parent, San Jose State University
  • Yasser Dessouky, San Jose State University
  • Stacy H. Gleixner, San Jose State University
  • Emily Allen, San Jose State University
  • Linda Vanasupa, California Polytechnic State University - San Luis Obispo
Abstract

The program assessment strategy of San Jose State University's new interdisciplinary curriculum in Microelectronics Process Engineering is described. Vertical integration of specific class and program learning objectives allows for a clear and efficient method to evaluate the continued growth and improvement of the program. The program assessment process relies on clearly defined and detailed program and course learning objectives that are linked vertically to ABET outcomes. In addition, we discuss briefly the structure of the program and the "hands-on" experience that we provide the students.

Publication Date
2002
Citation Information
Gregory Young, David Parent, Yasser Dessouky, Stacy H. Gleixner, et al.. "Course Assessment of the Microelectronics Process Engineering Program at SJSU" Proceedings of the 2002 American Society for Engineering Education 1526 (2002)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/stacy_gleixner/18/