120th ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition
It is very important that modern topics be covered at the senior undergraduate level in order that students benefit from (1) advanced STEM concepts, (2) project based learning, (3) a systems level perspective and (4) real world applications. This will help students that proceed to graduate school and who take up employment in government or industry. This paper describes a senior level undergraduate course in biometrics, a multidisciplinary area that is highly relevant to society and which has a rapidly growing global market. The course objectives, broad learning outcomes and curricular plan are described. Assessment results based on the analysis of a concept inventory test and student surveys (target versus control group) related to the learning outcomes show that the course was very successful.
Ramachandran, Ravi; Polikar, Robi; Dahm, Kevin; Nickel, Robert; Kozick, Richard; Shetty, Sachin; Tang, Ying; and Chin, Steven, "Configuration and Assessment of a Senior Level Course in Biometric Systems" (2013). Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering Faculty Scholarship. 42.
Ramachandran, R. P., Polikar, R., Dahm, K. D., Nickel, R. M., Kozick, R. J., Shetty, S., Tang, Y., & Chin, S. H. (2013). Configuration and Assessment of a Senior Level Course in Biometric Systems Paper presented at 2013 ASEE Annual Conference & Exposition, Atlanta, Georgia.