of Science, Engineering and Technology will provide quality undergraduate
and graduate programs that foster student learning through a wide
variety of instructional applications. This will be accomplished by:
Providing strong, discipline-based and interdisciplinary undergraduate
and graduate degree programs that are recognized and respected
for their high quality by the many publics.
Providing degree programs that give students in-depth knowledge,
inspire critical thinking skills, problem solving skills, oral
and written communication skills and laboratory skills.
Providing a thorough understanding of the applications of their
major as well as the ethical nature of the applications to societal
Promoting a commitment to life-long learning through a variety
of technologies and research tools so that each learner has the
ability to maintain and adapt their knowledge base to new situations.
Continually assessing College programs so that each aspect of
the College can document its intellectual growth and service to
Producing graduates that are recognized for their high quality
and readiness to enter the workforce.
Providing faculty professional development opportunities that
will enhance a life-long professional career of growth.
Providing an enriching and professionally relevant general education
program that serves the needs of the non-science/engineering major.
Involving students in a variety of professional organizations
so that faculty can mentor professional development prior to graduation.
Encouraging faculty to provide their professional expertise
to our various publics.
Engaging interested students in science and mathematics education
so that they can positively influence the development of young
Encouraging College faculty to be involved in industry and government
partnerships so that the faculty and their students will be involved
in active learning.
Providing students a strong academic and career advising program.
Encouraging faculty to maintain a state-of-the-art program so
that they are current on new technologies so that their students
are globally competitive upon graduation.
Striving for an open style of management so that faculty, staff
and students are active partners of the College.
Maintaining the investment in resources in the laboratories
and structural facilities so that students are in a positive learning
Encouraging each department within the College to continually
adapt its curriculum to a constantly changing system of guidelines
and calendars, with a constant eye toward serving the student.
Develop a stable growing source of funds and other support resources
(e.g. scholarships and job opportunities) from industry, foundations
The College goals listed above are long-term goals. In addition,
the College will have Academic Year Goals for each academic year.
These goals will be supportive of the academic year departmental