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Profession/Program/: Year entered program: 

Please use the questionnaire below to evaluate your experience while studying in the TET/WCET program.
/Please circle the number in the corresponding cell in the evaluation table/
Program educational Objectives, Learning Outcomes, and Overall Experiences: 
5=strongly agree; 4=agree; 3= somewhat agree; 2= disagree; 1= strongly disagree. 
I am well aware of the Program Educational Objectives and goals of TET/WCET 
I am well aware of the Program Learning Outcomes of TET/WCET 
I have had opportunity to give feedback on the program objectives and outcomes 
Program Educational Objectives and goals are relevant and well defined 
Program Learning Outcomes are relevant and well defined 
I received every course syllabus before the class started 
Course Learning Outcomes are clearly defined in every course syllabi 
Course materials are relevant to course learning outcome 
Classroom formative assessment and evaluation principles are clearly defined in syllabi 
Course modules are clearly outlined in each course syllabi 

TET/WCET program involves all necessary courses 
"Wireless / Telecom" program nurtured enough knowledge and skills to solve any real problems 
Program nurtured my creative and critical thinking skills 
Please evaluate acquired level of Program Learning outcomes (knowledge, skills and attitude) while you studied in the TET/ WCET program? 
4=excellent ; 3=good; 2=average; 1=poor; 0=no judgement 
(A.1) Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, physics and basic science for engineering technology problem solving. 
(A.2) Ability to apply core engineering fundamental knowledge of electric circuits, electronics, programming, communication technology and networking for engineering technology problem solving. 
(A.3) Ability to apply advanced telecommunications engineering technology fundamental knowledge of switching technology, multiplexing, optical and telecommunication network and modern software and tools for broadly-defined engineering technology activities. 
(B.1) Ability to identify, analyze, and solve broadly-defined engineering technology problems. 
(B.2) Ability to conduct measurements; to conduct, analyse, and interpret experiments on wireless communications equipment and system; and to apply experimental results. 
(B.3) An ability to apply system thinking 
(B.4) An ability to apply and demonstrate personal skills and attitudes such as creative and critical thinking, life-long learning and time management. 
(B.5) An understanding of and demonstrate professional ethics, integrity and responsibilities. 
(C.1) An ability to function as a member and leader on a team 
(C.2) An ability to apply written and oral communication in technical and non-technical environments; use appropriate technical literature 
(C.3) An ability to demonstrate communication skill of technical English. 
(D.1) An ability to explain and analyze the impact and importance of any engineering technology solutions in a societal, environmental, enterprise and business context. 
(D.2) An ability to execute conceiving and designing stages of any products, processes and systems to meet customers’ needs and requirements. 
(D.3) An ability to execute implementation and operation stages of products, processes and systems by the phased planning process. 
Please evaluate the Instructions quality: 
5=strongly agree; 4=agree; 3= somewhat agree; 2= disagree; 1= strongly disagree. 
The overall instruction in the TET/WCET program was high quality 
Courses were planned well and covered all topics as planned 
Courses use modern technique and technology 
Case studies and practical examples were used well in the courses 
Lecturers engage to motivate and encourage students 
Lecturers work to develop the students ability to think, create, build and operate 
Please evaluate Instructors’ Attributes: 
The lecturers regularly use the following evaluation tools to evaluate student performance: 
Portfolio check-in 
Subjective/objective tests 
Oral exams 
Drop quizzes 
Take-home tests 
Course project/ Individual projects
Group projects 
Reports and Presentations 
Lecturers assign projects that involved independent research and submission of a report 
Lecturers regularly conduct assessment of students’ progress 
I was encouraged to do as well as I can in classes 
Active learning methodologies in classes are beneficial 
Lecturers are committed to advancing students learning 
Lecturers encourage students participation in class 
Lecturers allocate time for problems solving exercises in class 
Lecturers encourage and allow students to participate in group work in and out of class 
Lecturers encourage students to share their real-life experiences in related subjects related to the courses 
Interaction with advisors and faculty members: 
Instructors receive and interact with students during office 
Advisors solve academic issues by listening to feedback and advising students to you to solve academic issues 
I had opportunity to attend important seminars and workshops organized by the school on campus 
I can receive advice from faculty members on my future career or graduate study plans 
Instructors are open to discuss the performance and progress of students 
Learning environment and Facilities: 
Classrooms properly furnished and equipped with adequate audio-visual tools to support learning 
Software tools are adequate 
Basic science laboratories are equipped with adequate tools 
Electrical circuit laboratories are equipped with adequate tools 
Electronics laboratories are equipped with adequate tools 
Wireless/Telecommunications course laboratories are equipped with adequate tools 
The labs helped students acquire needed skills 
Computing facilities are adequate in both quantity and quality are to support course work and research projects 
Computing tools can be used in solving problems 
Library resources are adequate to support your learning needs 
Code of Conduct: 
There were some student rights violations caused by academic or non-academic activity 
Cheating on quizzes and tests was popular 
There are some cases where students turned in assignments that were done by someone else 
There are some cases where students turned in project reports that were done by someone else 
Students (in general) copy solutions for homework from readily available course manuals 
Lecturers were aware of students who were cheating, but they did not stop them 
Personal Attributes attained (knowledge, skill and attitude): 
The ability to write quality reports and make convincing and effective presentations 
The ability to make right ethical choice 
The ability to apply the knowledge I had acquired to solve relevant engineering problems 
The ability to plan work, set goals, and achieve timely results (Be on time ) 
The ability to reinforce and support ideas from team members 
The ability to design a system and process to satisfy desired goals 
The ability to conduct research and self study of essentials 
Overall rating. 
5 =Outstanding; 4 =Highly Adequate; 3 =Meets Basic Needs; 2 =Marginally Adequate; 1 =Not Adequate. 
a. Curriculum, syllabus 
b. Faculty 
c. Laboratory facility 
d. Computing facility 
e. Library Resources 
f. Support for student projects 
g. Support for student extracurricular activities 
If you were in a position of decision making, what would you change to enrich the students’ learning experience? 
Recommend experiences, course, tools, skills, or concepts that you think the EE/Comm&Elect program should have provided, but did not. 
What was your worst learning experience? 
What was your best learning experience? 
What were the best learning tools used by instructors? 
List the three courses you learned the most from? 
List the three courses you learned the least from? 

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