Engineering Transfer - Learning Outcomes

  1. Identify, critically analyze, and ethically evaluate problems from a variety of perspectives, interpret data, and research and develop solutions.
  2. Utilize the English language to communicate and interact effectively, in both written and oral formats, to a variety of individuals and diverse groups of human beings.
  3. Exhibit an understanding of calculus-based logical arguments and quantitative applications to verify the validity of a variety of relationships and processes.
  4. Interpret scientific principles, particularly in chemistry and physics, and apply the methodology of scientific inquiry to analyze problems.
  5. Demonstrate knowledge of computer hardware, software and operating systems and effectively utilize the Internet and discipline related software packages.
  6. The following goals are specific to the main areas of concentration within the Transfer Program:
  7. Civil Engineering Transfer students should demonstrate a thorough understanding of civil drafting and design principles and basic electrical theories, and should be able to apply surveying principles and effectively utilize surveying equipment in a variety of applications.
  8. Electrical and Computer Engineering Transfer students should demonstrate a thorough understanding of electrical circuits and computer programming fundamentals, and should be able to utilize electrical engineering principles to design, build, and troubleshoot electrical equipment.
  9. Mechanical Engineering Transfer students should demonstrate a thorough understanding of advanced computer-aided design principles, and engineering material science fundamentals, and should be able to utilize electrical engineering principles to design, build, and troubleshoot electrical/electronic equipment.


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