Electrical & Computer Engineering Technical Reports
This report describes methods for decomposing student credits into three categories: applied, unusable, and excess where applied credits count towards the student's degree requirements, unusable credits do not count towards any degree requirement, and excess credits exceed one or more degree requirement specifications. These methods enable multiple types of analysis including student progress assessment, student planning (i.e. helping the student determine the best path forward), credit efficiency analysis (i.e. quantifying the number of applied versus unusable and excess credits), transfer credit analysis (i.e. determining the utility and efficiency of transfer credits), and requirement analysis (i.e. determining the types of requirements that are unsatisfied, satisfied, and over-satisfied).
Hush, Don R.; Elias S. Lopez; Wisam Al-Doroubi; Tushar Ojha; Brianne Santos; and Kevin Warne. "Analyzing Student Credits." (2022). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/ece_rpts/55
Educational Assessment, Evaluation, and Research Commons, Electrical and Computer Engineering Commons