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Educational Objectives and Intended Learning Outcomes

Program Educational Objectives

  1. To provide a holistic learning experience to our students so that they graduate with a good balance of engineering knowledge and professional skills, a desire to pursue lifelong learning, and a commitment to solving societal problems; and
  2. To enable our graduates to be successful in their chosen career path, whether in the practice of chemical engineering, in advanced studies in related fields, or in other professions that demand a strong engineering training.

Program Intended Learning Outcomes

Bachelor of Engineering in Bioengineering

  1. Apply knowledge in bioengineering and its underlying disciplines in a wide range of settings;
  2. Conduct experiments and analyze data in the realm of bioengineering;
  3. Design processes or products creatively to meet societal needs, as well as to evaluate critically such designs by others, in the realm of bioengineering;
  4. Function effectively in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams;
  5. Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems in the realm of bioengineering;
  6. Exercise integrity and uphold professional and ethical responsibilities as engineers
  7. Communicate effectively both in writing and orally;
  8. Develop an awareness of contemporary issues as they relate to bioengineering;
  9. Pursue lifelong learning as self-regulated learners;
  10. Select and use appropriate engineering tools and data effectively.

Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering

  1. Apply chemical engineering principles in a wide range of settings;
  2. Design processes and products in the realm of chemical engineering to meet societal needs;
  3. Develop an awareness of contemporary issues as they relate to engineering;
  4. Solve chemical engineering and related problems critically and creatively;
  5. Communicate clearly and concisely both in writing and orally;
  6. Function effectively in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams;
  7. Pursue lifelong learning as self-regulated learners;
  8. Exercise integrity, high ethical standards, and care in their personal and professional lives; and
  9. Select and use appropriate engineering tools and data effectively.

Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical and Environmental Engineering

  1. Apply chemical and environmental engineering principles in a wide range of settings;
  2. Design processes and products in the realm of chemical and environmental engineering to meet societal needs;
  3. Develop an awareness of contemporary issues as they relate to engineering;
  4. Solve chemical and environmental engineering and related problems critically and creatively;
  5. Communicate clearly and concisely both in writing and orally;
  6. Function effectively in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams;
  7. Pursue lifelong learning as self-regulated learners;
  8. Exercise integrity, high ethical standards, and care in their personal and professional lives; and
  9. Select and use appropriate engineering tools and data effectively.

Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

  1. Apply chemical and biomolecular engineering principles in a wide range of settings;
  2. Design processes and products in the realm of chemical and biomolecular engineering to meet societal needs;
  3. Develop an awareness of contemporary issues as they relate to engineering;
  4. Solve chemical and biomolecular engineering and related problems critically and creatively;
  5. Communicate clearly and concisely both in writing and orally;
  6. Function effectively in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams;
  7. Pursue lifelong learning as self-regulated learners;
  8. Exercise integrity, high ethical standards, and care in their personal and professional lives; and
  9. Select and use appropriate engineering tools and data effectively.

Bachelor of Engineering in Sustainable Energy Engineering

  1. Apply sustainable energy engineering principles in a wide range of settings;
  2. Design processes and products in the realm of energy engineering to meet societal needs;
  3. Develop an awareness of contemporary issues as they relate to engineering;
  4. Solve energy and related problems critically and creatively;
  5. Communicate clearly and concisely both in writing and orally;
  6. Function effectively in multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary teams;
  7. Pursue lifelong learning as self-regulated learners;
  8. Exercise integrity, high ethical standards, and care in their personal and professional lives; and
  9. Select and use appropriate engineering tools and data effectively.
 
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