Mechanical Engineering Learning Outcomes

(a) A sufficient understanding of mathematics, the physical sciences, and engineering

fundamentals and how to apply them to solve engineering problems (ABET

EC2000 Criterion 3a).

(b) The ability to design and conduct experiments, collect and analyze data, and draw

conclusions from the results (ABET EC2000 Criterion 3b).

(c) The ability to apply engineering fundamentals, creativity and accepted design

methodology to design components, processes and systems (ABET EC2000

Criterion 3c).

(d) The ability to participate and contribute effectively as a member or a leader of a

(1) team or (2) multidisciplinary team (ABET EC2000 Criterion 3d).

(e) The ability to define, formulate and solve technical problems (ABET EC2000

Criterion 3e).

(f) An understanding of professional and ethical responsibilities in the engineering

profession (ABET EC2000 Criterion 3f).

(g) The ability to communicate effectively (oral, written, graphical, electronic).

(ABET EC2000 Criterion 3g).

(h) A sufficiently broad education that provides a context for understanding the

impact of engineering solutions on society (ABET EC2000 Criterion 3h).

(i) The ability to acquire new knowledge and capabilities on their own (ABET

EC2000 Criterion 3i).

(j) Knowledge of contemporary issues facing society (ABET EC2000 Criterion 3j).

(k) The ability to use techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for

engineering practice (ABET EC2000 Criterion 3k).

(l) The ability to use computers effectively as a tool in engineering practice for

analysis, design, research, and communication (ABET EC2000 Criterion 3k).

(m)A significant exposure to a foreign culture to provide a better awareness of the

global context of engineering practice (ABET EC2000 Criterion 3h).