Institutional research and effectiveness at Blackhawk Technical College is to provide methodological support, information derived from data, and analysis in support of student success and overall institutional effectiveness.
The primary objectives of the survey are to identify the current status of BTC program graduates and to determine the extent to which this current status is related to the graduates’ educational programs. The annual Graduate Outcomes Survey is conducted six months after graduation.
The primary objective of the survey is for employers to rate how well BTC programs prepare graduates to meet the employers’ expectations compared to what they expect of any entry-level employee. The Employer Follow-up Survey is conducted once every four years.
Needs assessment surveys are conducted to determine the need and support by area businesses for new programs and changes to existing programs.
Dr. Jon Tysse
Director of Institutional Research & Effectiveness
BTC offers more than 50 programs in addition to a plethora of short-term, career pathway certificates.