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Student Learning Outcomes & Assessments for EMET (EBC)


Outcome 1:

Be able to identify, analyze, and solve technical problems related to integration of electrical, mechanical, instrumentation, computers, and control components to perform industrial and manufacturing functions.

Outcome 2:

Be able to apply concepts of calculus, differential equations, and probability and statistics as appropriate to the applied design and analysis of electromechanical systems.

Outcome 3:

Be able to plan and conduct experimental measurements, use modern test and data acquisition equipment, and be able to analyze and interpret the results.

Outcome 4:

Be able to apply electrical, electronic, and mechanical devices, computers, and instrumentation systems, as appropriate, to the development, operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of electromechanical systems.

Outcome 5:

Be able to apply advanced engineering mechanics, engineering materials, machine design, and fluid mechanics, as appropriate to the development, operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of electromechanical systems.

Outcome 6:

Demonstrate basic knowledge of control systems, including appropriate computer technologies and programming skills, as appropriate, as applied to the design, operation, troubleshooting, and maintenance of electromechanical systems.

Outcome 7:

Be able to choose appropriate technology to solve problems.

Outcome 8:

Be able to apply the engineering design process to solve open-ended problems.

Outcome 9:

Be able to recognize the social, economic, safety, quality, reliability, and ethical issues in the work environment.

Outcome 10:

Be able to effectively communicate ideas and solutions orally, in writing, and graphically.

Outcome 11:

Demonstrate the ability to work as professionals on a team and in a project environment.

Outcome 12:

Recognize the need for life-long learning, be prepared to continue education through formal or informal study, and be able to adapt to a continuously changing work environment.

Outcome 13:

Have respect for diversity and knowledge of social and global issues.


Program Coordinator:

Terry Speicher, tls20@psu.edu or 610-396-6331

Accredited:

Accreditation Board for Engineers & Technology (ABET)
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