SVSC recruited Ghulam H. Raz, associate professor of electrical
engineering as the first faculty member hired for the school's new
engineering program. Raz earned his Bachelors Degree in electrical
engineering in Afghanistan, a Masters Degree in applied mathematics
from Washington University in St. Louis, and a Ph.D. in electrical
engineering form Michigan State University.
about the difference between the new engineering program and the
old engineering technology program, this well-traveled professor
indicated that the two are worlds apart. " The electrical engineering
means more theory, mathematics and a solid background in physics;
the engineering technology has more labs with it."
The Valley Vanguard, January 16, 1984.
to a new engineering program, Saginaw Valley State College's new
Masters program in Criminal Justice/Political Science was to officially
commence in January, 1985, with beginning of the winter semester.
This North Central Accrediting Association approved program is "geared
toward individuals interested in career advancement and fits the
needs of students in public affairs or counseling fields, as well
as others," according to David Weaver, Chair of SVSC's Political
Science/Criminal Justice department. The Masters Degree required
a total of 36 credit hours.
The Valley Vanguard, November 13, 1984.
also created the Dean of Continuing Education and International
Programs and appointed Dr. Eugene Hamilton to serve as Dean.
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