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Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) and Expected Learning Outcomes (ELOs) of Mechatronics Engineering Technology (MET)

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) 

The program aims at offering a broad experience to students, promoting their professional growth and preparing them for a variety of engineering careers and educational pursuit. Upon completing their degree, graduates will 

  • PEO1: Be able to apply general and fundamental knowledge in mechanical, electronics, control, software, and computer engineering, and acquire a solid command of the newest technologies to work effectively and pursue continuing educational goals.
  • PEO2: Be able to analyze, design, operate, maintain and troubleshoot Mechatronics processes and systems.
  • PEO3: Be able to communicate effectively and demonstrate professional interaction individually and in group situations and could become an effective leader.
  • PEO4: Be able to undertake a variety of engineering careers related to all aspects of the industrial environment.
  • PEO5: Apply appropriate strategies to maintain professional, ethical, and social responsibilities and be aware of the impact of their works on the overall organization, society, and environment

Expected Learning Outcomes (ELOs):

Mechatronics engineering graduates will be able to:

  • ELO 1: Demonstrate a capability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired requirements within realistic constraints such as the economy, society, environment, politics, ethics, safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  • ELO 2: Apply principles and fundamental knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering and technology to identify, formulate, solve and develop problems in the areas of Mechatronics.
  • ELO3: Appreciate competent techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary to identify, analyze, interpret and improve working processes or data.
  • ELO 4: Lead and work effectively as a member or leader in a technical team.
  • ELO 5: Utilize effectively English for working, researching, communication and advanced study.
  • ELO 6: Understand the need for and be able to engage in self-directed continuing professional development.
  • ELO 7: Demonstrate an ability to communicate effectively with both technical and nontechnical environments in term of written, oral, multimedia and graphical communication form.