BSc Program Objectives and Student Outcomes
Educational Objectives (effective Fall 2016-2017):
BSc Program in Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management (IEEM) has the
following educational objectives:
- Graduates are expected to use modern tools and acquired skills to
provide creative and effective solutions to problems related to industrial
engineering and engineering management in a variety of industries.
- Graduates are expected to pursue life-long learning and
professional development through participation in continuing education and/or
- Graduates are expected to assume leadership roles in diverse
positions and act ethically.
- Graduates are expected to possess good interpersonal
communication skills and to work effectively in a team environment.
Upon successful completion of the BSc program in IEEM, graduates will have:
a. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
b. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
c. An ability to design and improve integrated systems of people, materials, information, facilities, and technology.
d. An ability to function as a member of a multi-disciplinary team.
e. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve Industrial Engineering & Engineering Management problems.
f. An understanding to professional and ethical responsibility of engineering needs.
g. An ability to communicate effectively.
h. An understanding of the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
i. An ability to engage in life-long learning.
j. Knowledge of contemporary issues in Industrial Engineering & Engineering Management.
k. An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern tools of Industrial Engineering & Engineering Management.
BSc Program Statistics
MSc. Program Objectives and Student Outcomes:
a. The main goals of the MSc. program in Engineering Management are:
i. To prepare engineers from various specializations to address advanced and challenging engineering problems taking into account the technical and socio-economic factors and implications.
ii. To prepare its graduates to assume leading roles in their organizations in the determination of best approaches to manage changes in the engineering processes and benefit from relevant technological innovations.
iii. To equip its graduates with the knowledge and skills to interact and communicate effectively with professionals from other specializations within and outside their organizations.
iv. To equip its graduates with the knowledge, skills and awareness of the long-term sustainability factors associated with the adoption of any engineering process or product.
b. The learning outcomes for the three options of the MSc. program are as follows:
i. Apply knowledge, skills and techniques of engineering and management to execute contemporary projects and operations effectively and efficiently.
ii. Understand the concepts and application of good management practices to foster innovation and sustain global competitiveness.
iii. Identify, analyze, formulate, and solve engineering problems that involve constrained resources taking into account factors such as socio‐economic, environmental, health and safety.
iv. Collect, interpret, and use data effectively to make decisions and assess their associated impacts including socio‐economic, environmental, health and safety.
v. Demonstrate leadership and effective communicate skills.
The following is an additional learning outcome for students completing the MEM with Thesis and Courses (Option 3)
vi. An ability to conduct and disseminate academic research.