INTENT: Faculty members are current and active in the discipline and have the necessary technical breadth and depth to support a modern computer science program. There are enough faculty members to provide continuity and stability, to cover the curriculum reasonably, and to allow an appropriate mix of teaching and scholarly activity.
The Intent must be met in order for a program to be deemed accreditable. One way to meet the Intent of this criterion is to satisfy each one of the Standards listed below. To do this, answer the questions associated with the Standards. If one or more Standards are not satisfied, it is incumbent upon the institution to demonstrate and document clearly and unequivocally how the Intent is met in some alternative fashion.
If you are having more than one program evaluated, particularly if the programs are on separate campuses, the answers to these questions may vary from one program to another. If this is the case, please use separate copies of this section for each program, and clearly delineate which program is being described.
If different programs have different faculty members, please identify which faculty are associated with which program(s), and the percentage of time allotted, if they are associated with more than one.
- Faculty with Primary Commitment
- Faculty Oversight
- Interests, Qualifications, Scholarly Contributions