Undergraduate Program Educational Objectives
I. Program Educational Objectives
Broadly stated, the Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) for the undergraduate major in electrical engineering pertain to the accomplishments and performance of our students 3-5 years after graduation. The PEOs are determined in consultation with the various constituencies of the electrical engineering program and agreed upon and approved by a consensus of the faculty.
1. Technical Accomplishments
Have our graduates establish a reputation for technical expertise and excellence among colleagues and achieve professional recognition for their work, in graduate or professional school and/or the technical workforce.
2. Invention, Innovation, & Creativity
Have our graduates utilize their skills and resourcefulness to invent, design and realize novel technology; to find creative and innovative solutions to engineering problems; and to identify, research and solve new technical challenges in electrical engineering and related fields.
3. Professional Development
Have our graduates stay abreast of emerging technologies, continually learn new skills, and actively participate in professional communities to nourish ever-developing careers.
4. Professionalism & Citizenship
Have our graduates embrace cultural, societal, environmental, and ethical issues in their work to help fulfill their professional responsibilities to themselves, employers, employees, co-workers, and the local and global communities.
5. Communication & Teamwork
Have our graduates excel on multi-disciplinary and multi-cultural teams, demonstrate leadership, and effectively employ their oral and written communication skills to resolve problems and inform, educate and persuade diverse audiences.
Student Learning Outcomes
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