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1 Department of Computing & Networking Sciences State of the Department January 21, 2005

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10 UVSC School of CS & E School of HASS School of Business … … CNS DeptEngr DeptMCT Dept EGD Dept ECT/EART ISYS CITE Dept Drafting

11 Faculty Last Year – Date of Hire Dennis Fairclough – 8/90 Ernest Carey – 1/92 Dave Heldenbrand – 8/92 Jeff Cold – 8/94 Don Kussee – 8/95 George Hickman - 8/96 Roger DeBry – 4/98 Kirk Love – 10/00 Chuck Allison – 8/01 Brian Durney – 8/01 Afsaneh Minaie – 8/01 Keith Olson – 8/01 Reza Sanati – 8/01 Abraham Teng - 8/02 Todd Peterson – 1/03

12 CNS Courses Moving to CITE CNS1010 Survey of Operating Systems CNS 1510 Unix Operating System CNS2030 Introduction to Data Communication CNS2210 Hardware and Software Maintenance and Support CNS2610 Network Administration (Novell) CNS2650 Fundamentals of Voice and Data Cabling CNS2630 Network Management (Microsoft) CNS2640 Router Management (Cisco) CNS3510 Unix System Administration CNS3610 Advanced Network Administration (Novell) CNS3630 Advanced Network Management (Microsoft) CNS479R Advanced Current Topics in Networking: Advanced Router Management (Cisco) (Content only; course number and title will remain in CNS)

13 Faculty Fall 04 – Date of Hire Ernest Carey – 1/92 Dave Heldenbrand – 8/92 Roger DeBry – 4/98 Kirk Love – 10/00 Chuck Allison – 8/01 Brian Durney – 8/01 Keith Olson – 8/01 Reza Sanati – 8/01 Todd Peterson – 1/03 Yuri Tijerino – 8/04

14 Adjunct Faculty – Spring 05 Kekau Arakaki Myron Crandall Dave Draper Garth Fielding Dan Gale Sheldon Hancock Dale Hull Lynn Manhart Mark Werner Ralph Wheelright CNS1000 CNS1010 CNS1250 CNS1350 CNS1380 CNS1510 CNS2630 CNS2640 CNS3260 CNS3400

15 Support Staff Carol Robinson – Administrative Support Patti Miner – CNS Advisor Fred Orchard – CNS Advisor (1/2) Emily Gray – Student Secretary Kelli Lawson– Student Secretary

16 Advisory Board Tim Anderson – Symantec Steve Jackson – PowerQuest Kenneth Knapton – Access Data Jeff Light - Keane Jim Loveland – Xactware Dan Olsen – BYU Steve Townsend - Novell

17 Demographics Male 95%Female 5% Age 19 or younger 12% % % % % 36+1%

18 Demographics Full Time 70%Part Time 30% Daytime 65%Evening 35% Degree Type AAS7% AS14% BS47%

19 Spring 2005 Course Offerings 32 Daytime Classes (4 adjunct) 12 Night Classes (6 adjunct) 3 Internet Classes 1 Saturday Classes (1 adjunct) Average Section Size 21

20 Computer & Networking Sciences B.S. Computer Science Degrees Computer Science31% Computer Networking19% Software Engineering13% Computer Engineering11%

21 Computer Science Graduates (includes CSIS:CS,NW) Employed at time of application for graduation AAS BS %

22 CNS Curriculum C.S. Core C.S. Specialization Networking Specialization Software Eng. Specialization Computer Eng. Specialization Electives

23 Factors Influencing Curriculum CNS Curriculum College State ABET ACM Community Students Faculty

24 Balance the Load 18 hours of classes 40 hours of work family obligations 9/40 12/20

25 ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.) Self Study – June, 2002 Site Visit – October, 2002 Formal Report – March, 2003 August 8, 2003 – Received notification of accreditation. Interim visit request January 1, 2004 Interim visit Fall 2004 (preliminary report good) Full accreditation visit in six years

26 Future ? Prerequisites will be enforced (Fall 05) Name & Number Changes dictated by State Increased offerings in Data Base classes Continual Refinement While Staying Innovative CNS1380 – Assembly & Architecture CNS Compilers CNS4410 – Human Factors in SE CNS4380 – Advanced/High Performance Architecture Increased Involvement with Business and Industry Hardware Resources???

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