Student Learning Outcomes & Assessments for EMET (EBC)
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.
Be able to apply concepts of calculus, differential equations, and probability and statistics as appropriate to the applied design and analysis of electromechanical systems.
Be able to plan and conduct experimental measurements, use modern test and data acquisition equipment, and be able to analyze and interpret the results.
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.
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.
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.
Be able to choose appropriate technology to solve problems.
Be able to apply the engineering design process to solve open-ended problems.
Be able to recognize the social, economic, safety, quality, reliability, and ethical issues in the work environment.
Be able to effectively communicate ideas and solutions orally, in writing, and graphically.
Demonstrate the ability to work as professionals on a team and in a project environment.
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.
Have respect for diversity and knowledge of social and global issues.
Terry Speicher, [email protected] or 610-396-6331