Binghamton University - Systems Science & Industrial Engineering Department BS-ISE Internship Survey

In the interest of ensuring our students meet your needs, in an effort to continuously improve our Bachelor of Science Industrial Systems & Engineering (BS-ISE) program, and in keeping with our ABET (http://abet.org/) accreditation guidelines, we need feedback regarding your most recent internship experience with one of our students.

We are requesting that the appropriate supervisor/individual take a few minutes to give us feedback on the following objectives. While students are expected to attain the skills/abilities outlined in the objectives within a few years of graduation, based on your experience and business needs of the skill sets of our students, please provide us with your responses below.

Thank you in advance for your support and response to this survey. If you are interested in additional interns, please let us know.

Department of Systems Science & Industrial Engineering
Thomas J. Watson School of Engineering and Applied Science
Binghamton Univeristy
607-777-6511
msclark@binghamton.edu
http://ssie.binghamton.edu

    1. Basic Information

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    2. Program Educational Objectives

    Graduates of Binghamton University's Bachelor of Science Industrial & Systems (ISE) program are expected to be capable of the following within a few years of graduation. Please provide us with your response for the appropriateness of this objective given your current business needs.
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    3. Suggested BS-ISE Program Enhancements

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    4. Additional Information

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    Thank you, again, for your input!