Registering for Fall 2013
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Engineering Program Objectives
The program objectives describe what our graduates will be capable of three to five years after graduation and beyond.
- Graduates will successfully transition into a broad range of career options, including industry, government, and graduate engineering and professional education.
- Graduates will be agile engineers: lifelong learners with a comprehensive set of skills appropriate to the needs of the dynamic global economy.
- Graduates will be capable of leadership in engineering and non-engineering settings.
- Graduates will have the skills and knowledge necessary to attain their desired levels of financial security, entrepreneurial success, and post-baccalaureate education while being well-rounded human beings that participate in a rich spectrum of human activities.
Engineering Program Outcomes
The program outcomes describe what our students will be capable of at the time of graduation.
PDF version of Program Outcomes and Levels
- Design An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints.
- Engineering Practice An ability to use the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for engineering practice.
- Critical Thinking and Decision Making An ability to think critically, clearly identifying and using evidence, criteria, and values in the decision making process.
- Professionalism An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility, a commitment to on-going professional competence and possession of basic professional and organizational success skills.
- Perspective An understanding of the role and impact of engineering in contemporary business, global, economic, environmental, and societal contexts.
- Problem Solving An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
- Communication An ability to communicate effectively.
- Technical Competence An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering as well as collect, analyze, and interpret data.
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