Information storage and retrieval systems, Education, Student records
An interactive information system has been developed for the College of Engineering to promote faster and more accurate trial advisement interviews between professors and the students they advice. This system also provides departmental administrative personnel with information to guide course scheduling. The system has the capability of providing the following information concerning undergraduate students enrolled in the College of Engineering: 1. A student's academic progress toward graduation. 2. A projection for four quarters of enrollments in engineering core courses. 3. The current status of any course offered as a requirement for obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in one of the Engineering disciplines. 4. The current status of any program leading to a Bachelor's Degree in any of the Engineering disciplines. The system provides the user with the additional capabilities to: 1. Update the database containing information pertaining to students enrolled in the College of Engineering. 2. Update the database containing information concerning courses offered as a requirement for obtaining a Bachelor's Degree in one of the Engineering disciplines. 3. Update the database containing information concerning the degree programs offered by the College of Engineering. The system is user oriented and operation does not require any knowledge of computer programming. Complete documentation is available to facilitate trouble-free user operation and programming any desirable additional capabilities in the future.
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Bauer, Christian S.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
Length of Campus-only Access
Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Information storage and retrieval systems -- Education, Student records
Khorsandi, Marilyn Sellers, "An Interactive Information System for Tracking Student Academic Progress and for Projecting Quarterly Course Enrollments" (1976). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 226.