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Process for the Establishment and Revision of the Student Outcomes

Program Learning Outcomes (PLOs), also known as student outcomes, should be defined accurately in order to satisfy Program Educational Objectives (PEOs). PLOs of the WCET program have been defined and refined as follow:
Processes of defining, reviewing and improving PLOs the WCET program have been carried out as follows:
Defining Program Learning Outcomes:
  • Identify the necessity for specialists and their desired knowledge, skills and attitudes in relation to national development policy and planning
  • Define the PEOs in relation to mission and vision statements of the university as well as its long-term policy. Moreover, related PLOs should be defined accordingly.
Reviewing Program Learning Outcomes:
  • Importance of the PLOs and at what level graduating students acquiring them are determined and analyzed periodically by conducting surveys among employers, alumni, graduating students as well as faculty members.
  • PLOs that students acquire in each course are analyzed every semester
Improving Program Learning Outcomes:
  • Based on the analysis of survey results and the performance of PLOs, the PLOs are reformed and applied.
The process for the establishment, monitoring and improvement of the PLOs of the Telecommunication Engineering Technology (TET) program is performed as follows:
Establishment of the PLOs:
  • Graduate’s knowledge, skills and attitudes are identified with relation to the country’s development policy and plan, and needs of qualified professionals.
  • Program educational goals and objectives are identified with relation to the university long term policy, planning and development strategy, and then student outcomes are identified respectively with the program educational goals and objectives.
Monitoring of the PLOs:
  • The process to describe and evaluate how the students attain the outcomes and how the student outcomes are indispensable is periodically executed through the survey from employer, alumni, graduate students and faculties.
  • The attainments of the PLOs for every courses are evaluated and analyzed in each semester.
Improvement of the PLOs:
  • After the monitoring of survey results and PLOs’ performances, the required improvements are defined and implemented based on the monitoring results.
For over 40 years of teaching the WCET program, the processes of how the PLOs have been being defined, reviewed and improved are explained below.
  • Prior to 1990, PEOs and PLOs of the WCET program was defined consistent with the necessity of specialists who can deal with operation and maintenance of wireless communication systems that used to be in use in Mongolia that time, and required courses were used to be included in the curriculum. In other words, it was focused more on providing technical knowledge and skills to operate and maintain the technologies of that time to prepare engineers and technicians in request of the biggest government companies of information and communications technology.
  • Since 1990, it was transition time for Mongolia to market economy and Mongolia was gradually reformed higher education system and introduced degree programs such as diploma, undergraduate and doctorial level according to the International Standard Classification of Education (ISCE). Since this time, PEOs and PLOs have started to be defined in accordance with international standards. However, PEOs were used to be defined as specialist model and job requirements, and PLOs were used to be defined generally as knowledge, skills, attitude until 2000.
  • Since 2001, American credit system successfully implemented in Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST) first time in Mongolia and PEOs and PLOs have been defined in a similar way of foreign universities. In other words, course content and its credit hours are defined in accordance with the PLOs which are consistent with PEOs of the program, as well as mission and vision statements of departments, schools and universities.
  • In 2009, MUST prepared educational standards for each undergraduate program and got approval from Mongolian Agency for Standardisation and Metrology (MASM). “General criteria for graduates” and “General criteria for graduates of the WCET program” described in the section 4.2 and section 4.3 of the educational standard approved in 2009 and those criteria crossponded to the PLOs of the WCET program.
  • In conjunction with the roadmap of development and renovation of vision and mission of “MUST in 2012”, SICT revised its vision, mission, program educational objectives (PEOs) and program learning outcomes (PLOs). In this time, PEOs and PLOs of the WCET program were revised based on survey results conducted by employers, alumni, faculty members and senior students.
In accordance with the decision of the MUST made in the academic year of 2014-2015 to introduce the CDIO (Conceive Design Implement Operate) educational framework into its several programs, several actions have been being taken on reforming the WCET and TET (Telecommunication Engineering Technology) programs, improving learning activities, as well as introducing more viable assessment methods. In the framework of these activities, during the spring semester of 2015-2016 academic year, revised PLOs of TET and WCET programs consistent with CDIO model and regrouped them according to 4 learning reference outcomes of the CDIO model and reordered PLOs within the group.

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