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ElectricalEngineeringTechnologyProgramMission/PurposeStatement

Ourmajorobjectiveistoproduceanddeveloptopqualityengineeringtechniciansorfutureengineersneededby industriesandotherorganizations;toimproveteachingmethodsbyincorporatinglatestadvancesintechnologyand supportapracticeorientedcurriculathatcorrespondstotheneedsofstudentsandemployers;Toprepareselect studentstopursuetheirgoalsofhighereducationbeyondcommunitycollegesystems. ElectricalEngineeringTechnologyProgramCommitments MaximizeLearning:TheElectricalEngineeringprogramwillmaximizelearninginallsituations. EnsureContinuance:TheElectricalEngineeringprogramwillmeetallregulatoryfiscalrequirementsto operateintothefuture. StudentLearningOutcomes SoftwareTechnology:Studentswilldemonstrateabilitytounderstandandsuccessfullyusegeneral technologysoftwareandengineeringsimulationsoftware. HandsOnElectronic/ElectricCircuitTraining:Studentswilldemonstrateabilitytobuildpractical electronic/electricalcircuits. InstrumentOperations:Studentswilldemonstrateabilitytooperateancorrectlyreaddatafromelectrical andelectronicinstrumentsusedintheprogram. TechnicalInstructions:Studentswilldemonstratetheabilitytofollowwritten/audio/videoinstructionsto setupandoperateequipment. EthicalBehavior:Studentswilldemonstrateappropriateethicalbehaviorrelatedtoconfidentialdataand/or information. LifelongLearning:Studentswilldemonstrateanawarenessoftheneedforlifelonglearning. Communications:Studentswilldemonstratecollegelevelcommunicationskills(writing,reading,speaking, asappropriate). CriticalThinking:Studentswilldemonstratecriticalthinkingskills. Global/CulturalAwareness:Studentswilldemonstrateglobalandculturalawareness. InformationLiteracy/TechnologyUse:Studentswilldemonstrateahighlevelofinformationliteracyusing currenttechnology. Scientific/QuantitativeLiteracy:Studentswilldemonstratequantitativeandscientificliteracy. CommunityInvolvement:Studentswilldemonstrateinvolvementinthecommunitythroughservice learningand/orcommunityengagementactivities. DevelopedbytheElectricalEngineeringProgramAdvisor,Fall2010.

InternalandExternalStakeholdersConsultedandEvaluated:
GraduatesofourprogramgenerallyareemployedinlocalindustriesandcompaniesortheypursueBachelorofScience degreeatastateUniversity.Weoftenreceiveemailsortelephonecallsfromlocalcompaniesrequestingcandidatesto filltechnicalpositionsinthecompanies.ManystakeholderswerecontactedbutfeedbackwerereceivedfromPregress Energy,Ebtron,Inc,RemoteDataSystems,NorthCarolinaStateUniversity,UniversityofNorthCarolinaatCharlotte.Our programdirectlyorindirectlyimpactthefollowingsandviceversa: ProgressEnergy EbtronInc. RemoteDataSystems InternationalPapers SmithfieldHamProcessingPlant

BrunswickElectricCooperation AshleyElectric,Whiteville,NC NorthCarolinaStateUniversity UniversityofNorthCarolina,Charlotte NorthCarolinaCommunityCollegeSystem BoardofTrustees FacilityMaintenanceTechnology InformationSystemTechnology OfficeSystemTechnology ChemistryProgram ColumbusCountySchools IEEETheInstituteofElectricalandElectronicsEngineers ASEEAmericanSocietyForEngineeringEducation ABETAccreditationBoardforEngineeringandTechnology

CriticalIssuesIdentifiedfor20102015 StudentRetention EthicalBehavior AlignmentofCourseResourceswithUNCCandother4YearColleges MeasuresandPerformanceLevelsAssociatedwithCommitments MaximizeLearning:TheElectricalEngineeringprogramwillmaximizelearninginallsituations. a. SuccessRatesinInitialProgramCourses(ELC131,ELC117,ELC135,ELC133) (Rate<60%=LowPerforming,Rate>75%=HighPerforming) b. SuccessRatesinSubsequentCoursesELN137,ELC128,ELC136 (Rate<70%=LowPerforming,Rate>85%=HighPerforming) EnsureContinuance:TheElectricalEngineeringprogramwillmeetallregulatoryfiscalrequirementsto operateintothefuture. a. StudentSatisfactionofProgramCompletersandNoncompleters (Rate<85%=LowPerforming,Rate>95%=HighPerforming) b. GrowthRateofProgramRelatedFTE(majorsFTE+programcourseFTE) (Rate<0%=LowPerforming,Rate>5%=HighPerforming) SoftwareTechnology:Studentswilldemonstrateabilitytounderstandandsuccessfullyusegeneral technologysoftwareandengineeringsimulationsoftware. a. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingthecomputersimulationsoftwaretestinELN133. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) b. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingthecomputersimulationsoftwaretestinELN137 (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) c. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingthecomputersimulationsoftwareassignmentsinDFT151 (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) HandsOnElectronic/ElectricCircuitTraining:Studentswilldemonstrateabilitytobuildpractical electronic/electricalcircuits. a. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingtheelectroniccircuitbuildingprojectsinELN133. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) b. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingtheelectroniccircuitbuildingprojectsinELN137. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) c. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingtheelectroniccircuitbuildingprojectsinELC117

(Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) InstrumentOperations:Studentswilldemonstrateabilitytooperateancorrectlyreaddatafromelectrical andelectronicinstrumentsusedintheprogram. a. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingelectricalmeasurementstestsinELC131. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) b. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingelectricalmeasurementstestsinELC231. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) TechnicalInstructions:Studentswilldemonstratecompetencyinusinggraphical/written/audio/video instructionstosetupandoperateequipment. a. Proportionofstudentswhodemonstratecompetencythroughsuccessfulcompletionofactivities requiringtechnicalinstructionsinELC113.. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) b. Proportionofstudentswhodemonstratecompetencythroughsuccessfulcompletionofactivities requiringtechnicalinstructionsinELC136. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) EthicalBehavior:Studentswilldemonstrateappropriateethicalbehaviorrelatedtoconfidentialdataand/or information. a. 1stAttemptPassageRateinHUM115whichincludesGeneralEducationEthicalBehaviorQuestions. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) b. 1stAttemptPassageRateongeneraleducationprogramspecificethicalbehaviorquestionsinELC113. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) LifelongLearning:Studentswilldemonstrateanawarenessoftheneedforlifelonglearning. a. 1stAttemptPassageRateinCIS111whichincludesGeneralEducationLifeLongLearningQuestions. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) Communications:Studentswilldemonstratecollegelevelcommunicationskills(writing,reading,speaking, asappropriate). a. 1stAttemptPassageRateinENG111withassociatedwritingmeasure (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) b. 1stAttemptPassageRateinENG114withassociatedreadingandspeakingmeasures (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) CriticalThinking:Studentswilldemonstratecriticalthinkingskills. a. 1stAttemptPassageRateinHUM115whichincludesCriticalThinkingAssignment. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) b. 1stAttemptPassageRateinCIS111whichincludesCriticalThinkingAssignment. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) Global/CulturalAwareness:Studentswilldemonstrateglobalandculturalawareness. a. 1stAttemptPassageRateonGlobal/CulturalAwarenessAssignmentinELC128 (Rate<70%=LowPerforming,Rate>85%=HighPerforming) InformationLiteracy:Studentswilldemonstrateahighlevelofinformationliteracyusingcurrent technology. a. 1stAttemptPassageRateinENG114withassociatedreadingandspeakingmeasures (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) Scientific/QuantitativeLiteracy:Studentswilldemonstratequantitativeandscientificliteracy.

a. 1stAttemptPassageRateinGeneralEducationScientificReasoningAssessmentinPHY151. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) b. 1stAttemptPassageRateinGeneralEducationScientificReasoningAssessmentinELC131 (Rate<75%=LowPerforming,Rate>85%=HighPerforming) c. 1stAttemptPassageRateinMAT161onGeneralEducationquantitativeAssessment. (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) CommunityInvolvement:Studentswilldemonstrateinvolvementinthecommunitythroughservice learningand/orcommunityengagementactivities. a. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingACA115withcommunityinvolvementactivities (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) b. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingENG111withcommunityinvolvementactivities (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) c. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingENG114withcommunityinvolvementactivities (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming) d. ProportionofstudentssuccessfullypassingPSY150orPOL120withcommunityinvolvementactivities (Rate<80%=LowPerforming,Rate>90%=HighPerforming)

Methodology
EstablishmentofMission Theelectricalengineeringtechnologyindustry,whichincludesallaspectsofelectricalpowersystems,electricaldrives, electronics,computersystems,communications,etc.hasalwaystakennotonlyanationalbutaninternational viewpoint.UnitedStateshavemadethispossiblethroughstatemarkets,likethestateofNorthCarolina,andthen servicingthewiderglobalmarketforgreatersatisfactionandreward. Oneoftherolesoftheengineeringcommunityistoprovidethefacilitiestoeducatethosechoosingtheprofession. Theseyoungengineersandtechnicianscanthenprovidesystemswhichoursocietywantstomakelifeeasier,ortobe moreproductiveandmoresatisfying.TheexcellenceofUSeducationalsystemsanditstechnicalprowessare recognizedworldwide.Inordertomaintainthistechnologicaledgepropereducationarerequiredforthoseneedingto runandmaintaintodaystechnologicalsocieties. Electricalengineeringtechnologyinallitsformsisbothessentialforthefutureandrewardingforthoseinvolved. Opportunitiesaboundstatewideandnationwideforthoseinterestedingettinginvolved,andthebroadrangeof activitiesensurepersonalsatisfaction.SoutheasternCommunityCollege,throughitselectricalengineeringtechnology program,hassetouttotakealongsteptoserviceColumbusandsurroundingcountiesandtosatisfytheir technologicalneeds.Electricalengineeringtechnologyprogramhasalsobecomeabridgebetweentechnical opportunitiesinthisruralcountiesandopportunitiesinlargercitieswherelatesttechnologyismoredominant. Theelectricalengineeringfacultydevelopedthemissionstatementtoaddressthisneed. EstablishmentofCommitments/Measures Todetermineappropriatelearningoutcomesfortheprogram,interviewswereconductedorcommunicationsfor feedbackswereestablishedwithindividualsfromthefollowinggroups:ProgressEnergy,EbtronInc,RemoteData Systems,NorthCarolinaStateUniversity,UniversityofNorthCarolinaatCharlotte,InternationalPaper,Brunswick ElectricCooperation,SmithfieldHamProcessingPlant,AshleyElectric,WhitevilleCitySchools.Thesecontactsresulted inthefollowinginformationimpactingthecreationofprogramoutcomes. ProgressEnergy Studentsneedmainareasoffocusinthisprogram:Understandingofbasiclawsofelectricityandelectric circuits,competenceinbasicladderdiagramprogrammingwithPLC,understandingofprinciplesofmotors, understandingandskillsinmicroprocessors,andcompetenceinPCoperations.

ThesecondaryimportanceforProgressEnergyincludes:Understandingelectricpowersystems,skillsin residentialandcommercialelectricalwiring,skillsincomputeraideddesign,andexpertiseinPC hardware/software. CurrentlySCCgraduatesareemployedatProgressEnergyandtherearealwayspositionsopenforcommunity collegegraduates.

EbtronInc. Themainareasstudentsneedfocusinthisprogram:Understandingofbasiclawsofelectricityandelectric circuits,andcompetenceinPCoperations. ThesecondaryimportanceforEbtronIncare:Understandingofbasicelectronics,skillsinAutoCADor computeraideddrafting,understandingofmicroprocessorsandskillsinmicroprocessorinterfacing,skillsinPC hardware/softwareinstallationandtroubleshooting. CurrentlythereisnoSCCgraduatesatEbtronInc,buttheyplanonhiringcollegegraduateswithinayear. RemoteDataSystems TobeemployedbyRemoteDataSystems,themainareasourgraduatesshouldfocusonareBasicElectricity, Electronics,andhandsonexperiencesinelectricalmeasurementsandcircuitbuilding.Theyalsohire employeeswithexperienceinmicroprocessorsandpersonalcomputerhardware/software. Thereare1or2SCCgraduatesarecurrentlyemployedbyRemoteDataSystems. NorthCarolinaStateUniversity AcomparisonismadebetweenengineeringsoftwareusedinelectricalengineeringdepartmentatNCState andinelectricalengineeringtechnologyprogramatSCC.TheoutcomeofthecomparisonshowsbothNCState andSCCusePSpicesoftwareforelectricityandsimulationclasses.BothprogramsuseAssemblyLanguagefor microprocessorclasses. Thecomparisonalsorevealedafewdifferences,themicroprocessorsusedatSCCareMC68HC11andPIC,but LC3simulatorareusedatNCState.OurstudentslearntouseonlyWindowsoperatingsystem,whereasNC StatestudentsuseWindows,Linux,andUnixoperatingsystems. ClanguageisrequiredbyNCStatealongwithJAVAprogramminglanguage.Eventhoughnoprogramming languageisrequiredbyEETprogramatSCC,itusesCLanguagetoprogrammicroprocessorsinclass. Fortunately,aJAVAprogrammingcourseisalsoofferedbyITprogramatSCC. OnlysoftwarethatistotallyabsentfromEETprogramatSCCbutusedbyNCStateisMatlab. UniversityofNorthCarolinaatCharlotte Acomparisonismadebetweenengineeringsoftwareusedinelectricalengineeringtechnologydepartmentat UNCCandinelectricalengineeringtechnologyprogramatSCC.Theoutcomeofthecomparisonshowsboth NCStateandSCCusePSpiceandElectronicWorkbenchsoftwareforelectricityandsimulationclasses.Both programsuseAssemblyLanguageandClanguageformicroprocessorclasses. Thecomparisonalsorevealedafewdifferences,themicroprocessorsusedatSCCareMC68HC11andPIC,but UNCCusesARMSandAVRmicroprocessors.OurstudentsaswellasUNCCengineeringtechnologystudents useWindowsoperatingsystemforlabsandvariousclassworks. CandJAVAprogramminglanguagesareacceptedbyEETdepartmentofUNCC.Eventhoughnoprogramming languageisrequiredbyEETprogramatSCC,itusesCLanguagetoprogrammicroprocessorsinclass. Fortunately,aJAVAprogrammingcourseisalsoofferedbyITprogramatSCC. NorthCarolinaCommunityCollegeSystem(NCCCS) TheNCCCShascourserequirementsthatmustbeincludedintheelectricalengineeringtechnologyprogram. Programoutcomescorrelatewiththedescriptionofprogramcourses.

ColumbusCountySchools EarlycollegeprogramatSCCenablesustomakecontactsandcommunicatewithlocalhighschools,highschool studentcounselorsandpotentialstudentsforthisEETprogram. ABET AlthoughEETprogramatSCCwillnotapplyforABETaccreditationatthistime,closelyfollowingABETstandards bythisprogramwillenhancequalityofeducationinEETaswellasproduceskilledandproperlytrained graduateswhowouldbeabletocompetewithstudentsfrominstitutionswithABETaccreditation. IEEE IEEEisaninternationalorganizationforelectricalandelectronicsengineerswhereengineersandscientistsfrom allovertheworldfreelyexchangetheirideasthoughvariouspublications,conferences,andmeetings. ThroughamembershiptotheIEEEsociety,globalappealoftheorganizationcanbesuitablyutilizedbyEET studentsatSCCtogetinformedofglobaltrendsintechnologyandglobalviewofanyspecificscientificproblem. ASEE ASEEisanationalorganizationthatpromotesexcellenceinengineeringeducationthroughmanypublications, conferencesandmeetings.Itspoliciesadvanceprofessionalopportunitiesforengineeringfaculties,itsactivities supportsincreasedstudentenrollmentinengineering.Itsconferencesalsobringengineeringeducators togetherforexchangeofideasinvolvingeffectivemethodsofengineeringeducation. AmembershiptothissocietyenablesEETfacultiesatSCCtostayinformedofthecurrenttrendsinengineering education. DeterminationofCriticalIssues Aftermakingslightadjustmentsinthecommitments/outcomesandmeasures,datawascollectedandpreparedfor presentationtoshowthestatusoftheprogram.WhenthisinformationwaspresentedtothePAGtheyidentifiedthe followingcriticalareasforworkoverthenextfiveyears. ProgramContinuanceEnrollmentintheprogramiscurrentlyatalevelhigherthanrequiredforcontinuationofthe program.Effortsmustbemadetosustainthisenrollmentlevelandahigherenrollmentlevelswouldprovide opportunitiesforadditionalfocusonactivitiesandopportunitiesinservicearea. RetentionTheretentionlevelintheprogramissomewhatlowerthanexpected.Ouraverageretentionrateisatleast 50%.Ourtargetisanaverageretentionrateof55%to60%forthenextfewofyears. EthicalBehaviorProfessionalismisalwaysamajorfactorforstakeholders.Inrecentyears,objectionablebehavior offewstudents,speciallynewhighschoolgraduates,wereobservedinclassrooms,thesebehaviorsinterferenotonly withteacherseffortstodelivertheirlessonsbutalsowithconcentrationsofmoreattentivestudentsinclass. DeterminationofPlanGoals/Objectives Workcontinuedwiththeprogramadvisorygrouptobrainstormpossiblegoalsandobjectivestoaddressthecritical issues.Aftercollectionofalldatafrommeetingsandcontactstheresultsweretakenandprocessedtoidentifyoneor twogoalsforeachcriticalissuethatwouldbepartofthefirsttwoyearsofwork.Theremainderoftheideasweresaved forpossibleinclusionaftercompletionofthefirstplan.ThefinaldraftdocumentwassharedwiththePAG,Susan Houseman,EmilyCook,RobertCarterandMorganPhillipsforfeedback.Withminimaladjustmentsitwasfinalizedinto thisform.

ProgramLearningOutcome/CourseMatrix(AcademicTrack)
ACA CIS ELC ELC DFT ELC ELC ELC ELN MAT 115 111 113 131 151 114 117 135 133 161 I I I I I I TA TA I I I I T T T T T T T T A TA R R T T T T ITA MAT ELC ELC ELC ELN PHY 162 128 132 136 137 151 T TA T T T TA ITA R Ethical Behavior Critical Thinking Global/Cultural Awareness Lifelong Learning Written Communications Speaking Communications Reading Communications Information Literacy Community Involvement Scientific Literacy Quantitative Literacy Software Technology Handson CircuitTraining Instrument Operation Technical Instructions PHY ELN ELN ENG 152 232 150 111 T R R T R A ITA IT T ENG 114 ITA A A Hum 115 TA

A=OutcomeAssessed,I=OutcomeIntroduced,R=OutcomeReviewed,T=OutcomeTaught,*=DependentuponCourseSelectionfromPickList

ProgramLearningOutcome/CourseMatrix(TechnicalTrack)
ACA CIS ELC ELC DFT ELC ELC ELC ELN MAT 115 111 113 131 151 114 117 135 133 161 I I I I I I TA TA I I I I T T T T T T T T T T ITA ELC ELC ELC ELN PHY ELC 128 132 136 137 151 231 TA T T T T T T TA T ITA R T T R T T ELC ELN ELN ENG 213 247 150 111 A A T R R A ITA IT T ENG 114 ITA A A Hum 115 TA Ethical Behavior Critical Thinking Global/Cultural Awareness Lifelong Learning Written Communications Speaking Communications Reading Communications Information Literacy Community Involvement Scientific Literacy Quantitative Literacy Software Technology Handson CircuitTraining Instrument Operation Technical Instructions

A=OutcomeAssessed,I=OutcomeIntroduced,R=OutcomeReviewed,T=OutcomeTaught,*=DependentuponCourseSelectionfromPickList

20102012 ElectricalEngineeringStrategicPlan
CriticalIssue Goal Objectives OBJECTIVEA:Underthedirectionofthe ElectricalEngineeringTechnologyProgram instructor,byDecember2010,createa mentor/tutorstudygroupwithupper classstudentstohelpthelowperforming studentsinELC131andELC113. OBJECTIVEB:Underthedirectionofthe ElectricalEngineeringTechnologyProgram instructor,byMay2011,identifyonline materialsthatcanbeusedasanadditional resourceforcourse. OBJECTIVEC:Underthedirectionof ElectricalEngineeringTechnologyProgram instructor,byFebruary2011,increase programadvisorcommunicationwith tutoringlabandcreateanawarenessfor thestudentsneedingtutoringinMath. OBJECTIVED:Underthedirectionof ElectricalEngineeringTechnologyProgram instructor,byFebruary2011,improve classroombehaviorsofallstudentsto createalearningenvironmentin classrooms.SeeEthicalBehaviorbelow.

StudentRetention Necessaryfor: Providingqualitygraduatesforlocal community. Addressingneedsthatwouldtendto encouragestudentstocomplete ElectricalEngineeringTechnology program MaintainingEnrollment

1. IncreasecompletionrateofstudentsinELC 131andELC113

OBJECTIVEE:Underthedirectionof ElectricalEngineeringTechnologyProgram instructor,byFebruary2011,the mentor/tutorprogrammaycost$400.00 to$600.00peryear. 2. Increase applicant pool

OBJECTIVEA:Underthedirectionofthe programcoordinator,byDecember2010,work
with local school systems guidance counselors and CTE (Career Technical Education) teachers.

CriticalIssue EthicalBehavior Necessaryto: Increasingsatisfactionofemployers Improvingchancesforemployment Enhanceclassroomlearningexperience withadisruptionfreeclassroom. Goals 1. Increaseemployersatisfactionwith professionalbehaviorofengineeringstudents andgraduates. 2. Improvestudentknowledgeofappropriate behaviorimprovementonethicsquestionsin ELC113

Objectives

OBJECTIVEA:Underthedirectionofthe programcoordinator,byApril2011,review ofretainedandnonretainedstudentsto identifycharacteristicsofsuccessfulstudents. OBJECTIVEB:Underthedirectionofthe programcoordinator,byApril2011,developa processtoteachthestudentsthe importanceofethicswhileatschoolandat workplace. OBJECTIVEA:Underthedirectionofthe programcoordinator,byApril2011,in collaborationwithDeanofStudents,develop aprocessbywhichclassroombehaviorsof studentsaremonitoredandproblem studentsareguidedtoproperbehaviorin classroomswithoutdisruptingtheirstudies.

CriticalIssue

AlignmentofClassroomResourceswith University
Necessaryfor: Transferofstudentsforhigher education. AllowSCCgraduatestoacademically blendinwith4yearinstitutions. PreventdropoutofSCCgraduatesfrom 4yearinstitutionaftertransfer.

Goals 1. Improvethelablearningenvironment.

Objectives

OBJECTIVEA:Underthedirectionofthe programcoordinator,byApril2012,Identify hardware/softwaresystemsusedin universitiesinsupportoftheircoursesand introduceEETstudentsinELN133andELN 137toengineeringsoftwarewhicharemore extensivelyusedin4yearinstitutionsin supportoftheircoursematerials. OBJECTIVEB:Underthedirectionofthe programcoordinator,byApril2012,add engineeringhardwareandcomponentsinEET labswhicharemorecloselyrelatedtothe systemsusedin4yearinstitutions