Program Educational Objectives
Our Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) graduates will:
- Develop problem solving skills by providing solutions to the problems in industry, academia as well as other disciplines in the field they choose to pursue. [Problem Solving]
- Demonstrate the capacity to embrace new opportunities and adapt to changes in emerging technologies, developing future state-of-the art designs and products. [Engineering System Design]
- Demonstrate leadership skills and facilitate the achievement of others while collaborating with professionals in a multidisciplinary environment. [Communication]
- Demonstrate their creative and critical reasoning skills while solving technical problems, ethically and responsibly, in service to society. [Contemporary issues]
- Engage in life-long learning for adaptation to a continuously changing field through graduate work, professional development, and self-study. [LLL/Work/Grad School]
Our Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering (BSME) graduates will demonstrate:
- an ability to apply knowledge of math, science and engineering in the analysis of mechanical engineering problems. [Fundamentals]
- an ability to design and conduct scientific and engineering experiments and to analyze and interpret data. [Experiment/ Results]
- knowledge of core mechanical engineering topics and an ability to design mechanical components, systems, or processes. [Design]
- an ability to function in a multidisciplinary team. [Team Work]
- an ability to identify, formulate and solve mechanical engineering problems. [Problem Solving]
- knowledge of contemporary global and societal issues and their relationship to professional ethics and engineering solutions. [Ethics/Profession]
- an ability to convey technical material through oral presentation and formal written reports/paper. [Communication]
- an ability to identify and apply concepts of engineering economics and project planning. [Engineering Economics/Planning]
- a recognition of the need and the ability to engage in learning throughout life along with an appreciation of the diversity in the world and intellectual areas. [Diversity and LLL]
- an ability to use techniques, skills and modern engineering tools for design and analysis. [Techniques/Skills]
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