Construction Assessment Results

Objective I: Leadership in Construction

Graduates understand the need for teamwork, communication skills, integrity, good citizenship, and service. They have the needed knowledge to become leaders in the construction industry.

The construction program’s goal is to achieve a weighted score of 4.25/5.00 for this objective when evaluated by constituents. The data below indicates the actual score achieved in the most recent assessment cycle conducted during 2015-2016, and a comparison with the scores achieved in 2009-2010 is provided.

 

CONSTITUENT

Objective I 2010 SCORE

Objective I 2016 SCORE

NUMBER OF 2016 RESPONDENTS

FRESHMEN

2.01

3.58 ↑

8

CONTINUING STUDENTS

3.67

3.83 ↑

37

SENIORS

3.77

3.91 ↑

21

ALUMNI

4.08

3.98 ↓

32

FACULTY

4.44

4.26

13

ADVISORY BOARD

4.67

4.56

17

EMPLOYERS

4.04

4.10

12

Weighted Score

3.97

4.01  

 

Simple Score

3.81

4.03 ↑

 

 

The Construction Program did not achieve its goal with respect to Objective I.

 

Objective II: Professional Achievement

Graduates have the needed understanding of ethical responsibilities, certification, the necessity for continuing education, and contemporary issues required for placement and career advancement.

The construction program’s goal is to achieve a weighted score of 4.00/5.00 for this objective evaluated by constituents. The data below indicates the actual score achieved in the most recent assessment cycle conducted during 2015-2016, and a comparison with the scores achieved in 2009-2010 is provided.

 

CONSTITUENT

Objective II 2010 SCORE

Objective II 2016 SCORE

NUMBER OF 2016 RESPONDENTS

FRESHMEN

4.75

4.18

8

CONTINUING STUDENTS

3.71

3.90 ↑

37

SENIORS

3.65

3.69 ↑

21

ALUMNI

4.04

3.97 ↓

32

FACULTY

4.32

4.08

13

ADVISORY BOARD

4.41

4.51

17

EMPLOYERS

4.02

4.09

12

Weighted Score

3.97

4.01

 

Simple Score

4.13

4.06 ↓

 

 

The Construction Program did achieve its goal with respect to Objective II.

 

Objective III: Globalization

Offer programs to ensure that graduates have the needed awareness of global construction issues and cultures to help them thrive in an emerging world market.

The construction program’s goal is to achieve a weighted score of 4.00/5.00 for this objective evaluated by constituents. The data below indicates the actual score achieved in the most recent assessment cycle conducted during 2015-2016, and a comparison with the scores achieved in 2009-2010 is provided.

 

CONSTITUENT

Objective III 2010 SCORE

Objective III 2016 SCORE

NUMBER OF 2016 RESPONDENTS

FRESHMEN

2.02

3.04

8

CONTINUING STUDENTS

3.58

3.46

37

SENIORS

3.71

3.23

21

ALUMNI

3.87

3.60

32

FACULTY

4.33

3.73

13

ADVISORY BOARD

4.79

3.87

17

EMPLOYERS

4.13

4.10

12

Weighted Score

3.86

3.56

 

Simple Score

3.77

3.58 ↓

 

 

The Construction Program did not achieve its goal with respect to Objective III.

 

Objective IV: Industry Partnerships

Partner with the construction profession to offer an innovative program that promotes cultural diversity and responds to the needs of the profession and society in the areas of sustainability, infrastructure, and emerging technology.

The construction program’s goal is to achieve a weighted score of 4.00/5.00 for this objective evaluated by constituents. The data below indicates the actual score achieved in the most recent assessment cycle conducted during 2015-2016, and a comparison with the scores achieved in 2009-2010 is provided.

 

CONSTITUENT

Objective IV 2010 SCORE

Objective IV 2016 SCORE

NUMBER OF 2016 RESPONDENTS

FRESHMEN

4.03

3.64 ↓

8

CONTINUING STUDENTS

3.64

3.79 ↑

37

SENIORS

3.57

3.56 ↓

21

ALUMNI

4.06

3.87 ↓

32

FACULTY

4.42

4.08

13

ADVISORY BOARD

4.41

4.27

17

EMPLOYERS

4.09

4.17

12

Weighted Score

3.96

3.88

 

Simple Score

4.03

3.91 ↓

 

 

The Construction Program did not achieve its goal with respect to Objective IV.