Eastern Idaho Technical College
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Standard 2.C Education Resources
2.C.1 Appropriate Content and Rigor
EITC’s Associate of Applied Science (AAS) and Certificate programs have a content and rigor
that are consistent with the College mission to “provide superior educational services in a
positive learning environment that champions student success and regional workforce needs.”
(EITC Mission). Professional-technical programs at EITC have been designed to meet community
and job-market needs. They are guided by clearly identified student learning outcomes and are
developed by instructors and advisory committees, at both program and course levels. EITC
successfully addresses community and market needs as is suggested by the high employment
rate of its graduates. Table 7 below summarizes placement rates for each program for the year
2011:
Table 7 Placement Rates
Eastern Idaho Technical College 2011 Placement Rates
Program
# Grads # Responders
% Training-
Related
Placement
# of Positive
Placement
% of
Positive
Placement
Accounting
15
11
55%
9
82%
Business
Technology/Marketing
10
7
57%
6
86%
Computer Networking
9
7
100%
7
100%
Energy Systems
Technology
7
7
0%
7
100%
Legal Technologies
12
12
83%
12
100%
Office Technologies
12
12
68%
11
92%
Web Development
5
5
40%
4
80%
Dental Assisting
14
14
71%
12
86%
Medical Assisting
17
13
54%
10
77%
Practical Nursing
44
31
65%
29
94%
Registered Nursing
20
19
100%
19
100%
Surgical Technician
11
11
91%
11
100%
Automotive
Technologies
7
6
83%
6
100%
Diesel Technologies
14
12
92%
12
100%
Welding
5
3
100%
3
100%
Radiation Safety
24
24
75%
20
83%
Truck Driving
30
24
88%
22
92%
Total
255
118
74%
200
92%
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