Configuration and Assessment of a Senior Level Course in Biometric Systems
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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.