To achieve the program educational objectives, our students are expected to have attained the required professional, technical, and social experience in the program with the ability to:
1.1 Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering science to solve engineering problems.
1.2 Utilize their design knowledge, skills, and technical experience to practice engineering.
1.3 Incorporate design of experiments with engineering analysis and design.
1.4 Use design techniques to design systems, components, and processes that satisfy predetermined economic, environmental, manufacturability, ethical, social, health, and safety constraints.
1.5 Recognize technical problems, develop ideas and formulate methods to determine acceptable solutions.
2.1 Work as a member of an engineering team in industrial engineering practice.
2.2 Accept project responsibilities and use problem-solving skills.
2.3 Understand their professional roles and ethical responsibilities in the engineering profession and society.
3.1 Communicate their ideas and the application of engineering skills orally and/or in writing.
3.2 Understand the global impact of engineering solutions on societal needs.
3.3 Understand that the technology is constantly changing and industrial engineers must upgrade their knowledge in conjunction with the technological changes.
4.1 Recognize the importance of professional development through involvement and leadership in technical societies such as the IIE.
4.2 Have the broad knowledge to understand contemporary issues pertaining to the interaction between technology and society.