ECE Educational Objectives

Electrical Engineering


MISSION of the ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT


We prepare students with the engineering expertise and well-rounded education necessary to lead and serve society.


The ABET 2009-2010 Criteria for Accrediting Engineering Programs defines Program Educational Objectives as follows:

Program Educational Objectives – Program educational objectives are broad statements that describe what graduates are expected to attain within a few years of graduation. Program educational objectives are based on the needs of the program’s constituencies.


The Program Educational Objectives (EO) help to direct and measure the success of the Electrical Engineering Program in accomplishing its mission. Review of the Educational Objectives is an integral part of the annual assessment process.


Program Educational Objectives (EO)


1. Our graduates will be highly sought and will be recognized as having expertise in electrical engineering.

2. Our graduates will demonstrate a lifelong commitment to expanding their professional expertise.

3. Our graduates will be excellent communicators and highly effective team members and leaders.

4. Our graduates will demonstrate character and values by making ethical decisions throughout their professional careers.

5. In pursuing their vocation, our graduates will strive for the betterment of society.


Computer Engineering


MISSION of the COMPUTER ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT


We prepare students with the engineering expertise and well-rounded education necessary to lead and serve society.


Program Educational Objectives (EO)


1. Our graduates will be highly sought and will be recognized as having expertise in computer engineering.

2. Our graduates will demonstrate a lifelong commitment to expanding their professional expertise.

3. Our graduates will be excellent communicators and highly effective team members and leaders.

4. Our graduates will demonstrate character and values by making ethical decisions throughout their professional careers.

5. In pursuing their vocation, our graduates will strive for the betterment of society.