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Profile Of A Successful Engineering Student At A Private, Liberal Arts University
2004 Annual Conference Proceedings
With shrinking engineering enrollments, programs are looking for ways of predicting and measuring student success. Profiling incoming and graduating students gives some insight as to what student information might be used as a predictor of success. Eventually, these identified qualities of a successful student might be used to prescreen potential students and to counsel high school students interested in an engineering career. A wide variety of factors are available for analysis using alreadydoi:10.18260/1-2--12893 fatcat:gcv5eg7bzzcurloym2jgemt2n4