Binghamton University - Systems Science & Industrial Engineering BS-ISE Employer Survey

Dear Employer, In the interest of ensuring our graduates meet your needs, in an effort to continuously improve our program, and in keeping with our ABET (http://abet.org/) accreditation guidelines, we are requesting that the appropriate supervisor/individual take a few minutes to give us feedback on the following objectives for our graduates. Graduates from Binghamton University's Bachelor of Science Industrial and Systems Engineering (BS-ISE) program are or have been employed by your company/organization. The responses should be based on the individual's experience with graduates from the ISE program. If you have employed more than one individual, please provide us with the overall results. This is a survey for the skills/abilities attained by the graduates of the program and the appropriateness of the objectives. It is not an assessment of the individuals' work performance. We want to THANK YOU in advance for your support in completing this CONFIDENTIAL survey and for employing our graduates. Please let us know when you are interested in employing additional graduates, interns and/or research assistants. Sincerely, Department of Systems Science & Industrial Engineering Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science Binghamton University 607-777-6511 msclark@binghamton.edu http://ssie.binghamton.edu
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2. Program Educational Objectives

Graduates of Binghamton University's Bachelor of Science Industrial & Systems Engineering (ISE) program are expected to be capable of the following within a few years of graduation. Please rate below how well you think our graduates have achieved the following objectives.

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3. Suggested BS-ISE Program Enhancements


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