- Are the students prepared after four years?
- How do we measure their preparedness?
- What do future employer’s need or want?
- Do students have to leave area for employment?
- Should we focus on local economy or international?
- Are we providing the best faculty?
- Employment - local area or national?
- Which emphasis for curriculum?
- How do we illuminate our programs?
- Why are we losing students to other programs?
- What are other programs offering that we are not?
Upon successful completion, the Industrial Education graduates are expected to:
- Apply scientific concepts to the solution of technological problems.
- Apply theories, concepts, and principles of related disciplines to develop the communication skills required for engineering technologists.
- Perform as a technical professional in business, industry, education and government.
- Apply concepts and skills developed in a variety of technical and professional disciplines including computer applications, materials properties, production processes, quality control, industrial design and safety.
- Plan, facilitate, and integrate technology and problem solving techniques in the economic enterprise.
- Engage in applied technical research in order to add to the knowledge of the discipline and to solve problems which surface in the workplace.