Engineering Students' Perceptions of Accredited Engineering Program Performance

Minjeong Park, SungJo Hong
2015 Journal of Engineering Education Research  
The purpose of this study is to analyze the performance of ABEEK accredited engineering program in D University. Based on engineering students' perceptions, this study explores how well the students are aware of the accredited engineering program, what change has been made to the courses, to what extent they have been participating in class and interacting with teachers and other students, to what extent they have been actively participating in extra-curricular activities, and to what extent
more » ... d to what extent they have achieved program outcomes. The survey was conducted in Fall 2014. The results are as follows: First, the students are well aware of the accredited engineering program; however, they are rarely aware of program outcomes. Second, the students were more satisfied with the major and design courses compared to the MSC and general education courses. Third, the students were more actively participated in the major and design courses compared to the MSC and general education courses. Fourth, the students were passively engaged in extra-curricular activities. Finally, the program outcomes related to soft skills showed low-achievement.
doi:10.18108/jeer.2015.18.4.57 fatcat:w2kov6sigbfbhld644t4ji3cvu