Since 2006, the Engineering and Technology department has been at the forefront of assessing, documenting, and implementing changes via the Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) process. The SLO process is an academic model of Total Quality Management, or TQM, a common practice in industry that finds roots in the early 1980's. By their very nature, engineers tend to be inherently interested in TQM and SLO, and our department takes pride in constantly working to assess and improve our students' learning. Our faculty have engaged in various stages of the SLO process, discussion of SLO methods, and dissemination of best practices. To learn more about Engineering and Technology's activites, please utilize the links below.
Learn more about our department programs, services, and courses by exploring the links to the left. Several RSS feeds are also available to help you stay up to date department happenings, jobs, and other student news.
E&T courses cover a broad variety of disciplines and industries. The links to the left describe our various programs. Our catalog listing is also a helpful resource:
Catalog Listing for ENGINEERING Department
In addition to all our department-specific procedures, the Engineering department follows the CCSF assessment process as documented on the Outcomes Assessment Reporting website
Our programs are on a regular cycle of review, during which outcomes
are updated and revised. Course SLOs are mapped to Program SLOs.
Program SLOs are mapped to ILOs. Mappings and program information are
recorded in reports in CurricUNET.
Programs are also fully described in the catalog.
Course-level SLOs are recorded in the official
course outline of record in CurricUNET. Course outlines are on a
regular cycle of review, during which class outcomes are updated and