Engineering Technology Outcomes
The Engineering Technology program publishes the following program outcomes to describe what students are expected to know and do at the time of graduation. These relate to the knowledge and skills that students acquire in the program. The graduates of the program will have:
Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics and the natural sciences to engineering technology.
Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering technology problems in one of the following areas: Soil and water; structures and enviornment, electrical power and processing or machinery and electronic design and application.
Ability to design and conduct laboratory or field experiments for project research and to analyze and interpret the resulting data.
Ability to apply creativity in the designs of system, components or processes appropriate to engineering technology.
Ability to function effectively in teams.
Ability to analyze and solve technical problems in engineering technology.
Ability to communicate effectively both written and oral.
Recognize the importance of professional licensure and the need for life-long learning.
Ability to understand the professional, ethical and social responsibilities inherent in the engineering technology profession.
Broad education and knowledge of contemporary issues necessary to understand the impact of engineering technology problem solutions in societal and global contexts.
A commitment to quality, timeliness and continuous improvement of work.