The principal constituencies of the BS in Computer Sciences and Engineering program, are:
- the current students of the program.
- the alumni.
- the faculty of the program.
- the employers.
The program must expose its students to the forefront knowledge in the area of computing, and so they are a critical component of our continuous improvement process. The CSE’s alumni have been in contact with the professional world and should have been able to test the skills that they have attained, hence their experience represents an excellent source to provide useful input for the improvement of our programs. Our faculty plays an essential role in the administration of the programs, in effectively transmitting knowledge to our students through teaching and research, and in the continuous improvement process. Employers’ satisfaction drives employment opportunities for our students; hence they have an important word to say on how our program can improve the quality of our graduates. These four groups of constituencies have a special interest in the continuous success of the program directed by its PEOs, and which must be guaranteed by a successful continuous improvement process.