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Student outcomes


Electrical Engineering Student Outcomes

  1. The undergraduate program in Electrical Engineering imposes the following expectations on its graduates.Graduates will have an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics.
    Specifics:
    1. Algebra, Plane Geometry and Trigonometry
    2. Differential and Integral Calculus
    3. Differential Equations
    4. Probability and Statistics
  2. Graduates will have an ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences.
    Specifics:
    1. Electrical Science
    2. Electricity and Magnetism
    3. Fields and Waves
  3. Graduates will have an ability to apply knowledge of core electrical engineering specialties to solve engineering problems.
    Specifics:
    1. Circuit Theory
    2. Digital Logic and Computer Design
    3. Digital Electronics
    4. Analog Electronics
    5. Linear Systems
    6. Electromagnetics
    7. Communication Theory
    8. Computer Software
    9. Computer Systems Architecture
  4. Graduates will have the ability to create computer programs to solve engineering problems.
    Specifics:
    1. Requirement Analysis
    2. Design (Flowcharts and/or Pseudocode)
    3. Coding
    4. Testing Strategies
    5. Documentation
  5. Graduates will have an ability to develop models and apply them to engineering problems.
    Specifics:
    1. Analytic and Empirical Models
    2. Computer Models
    3. Limitations of Models
    4. Design Evaluation using Models
  6. Graduates will have effective laboratory skills.
    Specifics:
    1. Design of Experiments
    2. Construction, Debugging and Execution of Experiments
    3. Collection, Analysis and Interpretation of Data
    4. Documentation of Experimental Process and Results
  7. Graduates will have an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
  8. Graduates will be able to design a system, component, process or computer program to meet design needs using design principles, techniques and engineering tools.
    Specifics:
    1. Design Issues such as reliability, practicality, cost and meeting specifications
    2. Process Methods such as planning, progress reviews, reporting, scheduling
  9. Graduates will have an ability to work as a contributing member of a multidisciplinary team.
  10. Graduates will be able to communicate and express ideas coherently, professionally and effectively.
    Specifics:
    1. Orally
    2. Written
  11. Graduates will have an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  12. Graduates will have knowledge of contemporary issues and an understanding of the impact of engineering on society.
    Specifics:
    1. Global Awareness
    2. Diversity
    3. Cultural and Artistic Literacy
    4. Impact of Engineering Solutions
    5. Role of Professional Societies
  13. Graduates will understand the need for and have an ability to engage in lifelong learning.

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Computer Engineering Student Outcomes

The undergraduate program in Computer Engineering imposes the following expectations on its graduates.

  1. Graduates will have an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics.
    Specifics:
    1. Algebra, Plane Geometry and Trigonometry
    2. Differential and Integral Calculus
    3. Differential Equations
    4. Probability and Statistics
    5. Discrete Mathematics
  2. Graduates will have an ability to apply knowledge of basic sciences.
    Specifics:
    1. Electrical Science
  3. Graduates will have an ability to apply knowledge of core computer engineering specialties to solve engineering problems.
    Specifics:
    1. Circuit Theory
    2. Digital Logic and Computer Design
    3. Digital Electronics
    4. Computer Software
    5. Computer Systems Architecture
    6. Operating Systems
  4. Graduates will have the ability to create computer programs to solve engineering problems.
    Specifics:
    1. Requirement Analysis
    2. Design (Flowcharts and/or Pseudocode)
    3. Coding
    4. Testing Strategies
    5. Documentation
  5. Graduates will have an ability to develop models and apply them to engineering problems.
    Specifics:
    1. Analytic and Empirical Models
    2. Computer Models
    3. Limitations of Models
    4. Design Evaluation using Models
  6. Graduates will have effective laboratory skills.
    Specifics:
    1. Design of Experiments
    2. Construction, Debugging and Execution of Experiments
    3. Collection, Analysis and Interpretation of Data
    4. Documentation of Experimental Process and Results
  7. Graduates will have an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
  8. Graduates will be able to design a system, component, process or computer program to meet design needs using design principles, techniques and engineering tools.
    Specifics:
    1. Design Issues such as reliability, practicality, cost and meeting specifications
    2. Process Methods such as planning, progress reviews, reporting, scheduling
  9. Graduates will have an ability to work as a contributing member of a multidisciplinary team.
  10. Graduates will be able to communicate and express ideas coherently, professionally and effectively.
    Specifics:
    1. Orally
    2. Written
  11. Graduates will have an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  12. Graduates will have knowledge of contemporary issues and an understanding of the impact of engineering on society.
    Specifics:
    1. Global Awareness
    2. Diversity
    3. Cultural and Artistic Literacy
    4. Impact of Engineering Solutions
    5. Role of Professional Societies
  13. Graduates will understand the need for and have an ability to engage in lifelong learning.

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