- Develop responsible, informed and productive members of the workforce.
- Continually evaluate and revise course content to meet current and perceivable future needs.
- Establish and continue recruitment and promotional activities.
- Maintain and improve collaborative relationships with industry partners and community.
- Prepare students for gainful employment by developing their communication, problem solving, and technical skills.
- Provide meaningful professional development opportunities for faculty.
- Retain adequate staffing for current program support and future program growth.
- Remain up-to-date with the most current technology used in today's industrial environment.
- Focus on and develop outcome based learning activities.
- Continue to utilize effective lab space management.
- Reorganize available space to more efficiently facilitate learning.
- Increase knowledge of the Engineering Systems Technology program in local high schools and the community.
- Update competencies to reflect new software packages.
- Utilize hybrid, online, on-ground, and /or accelerated course options for lecture and lab activities.
- Standardize and focus competencies for the Engineering Systems Technology curriculum.
- Continue to utilize ATMAE standards and affiliation for program improvement.
- Assimilate grant resources into existing EST program.
- Maintain EST career exit exam scores above 70%.