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1 Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) or Unit Goals Mapping PEOs to SOs 1) Students will achieve professional knowledge, skill and competence in their particular concentration in Engineering Technology. 2) Students will learn to communicate effectively in a professional environment. 3) Students will understand the ethical and societal impact of engineering practices. 4) Students will understand the need for professionalism in their respective field of employment or business. 5) Students will demonstrate job preparedness and specific background training in their respective concentration in Engineering Technology. ABET Student Outcomes (SOs) or Measureable Outcomes a. An ability to select and apply the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of the discipline to broadly-defined engineering technology activities; b. An ability to select and apply a knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require the application of principles and applied procedures or methodologies; c. An ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments; and to apply experimental results to improve processes; d. An ability to design systems, components, or processes for broadly-defined engineering technology problems appropriate to program educational objectives; e. An ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team; f. An ability to identify, analyze, and solve broadly-defined engineering technology problems; g. An ability to apply written, oral, and graphical communication in both technical and non-technical environments; and an ability to identify and use appropriate technical literature; h. An understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development; i. An understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities including a respect for diversity; j. A knowledge of the impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal and global context; and k. A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement. SO[a] SO[b] SO[c] SO[d] SO[e] SO[f] SO[g] SO[h] SO[i] SO[j] SO[k] PEO1 PEO2 PEO3 PEO4 PEO5 1

2 Mappings Courses to SOs Course a b c d e f g h i j k 100 x x x 132 x x x x x 212 x x 213 x x x x x 221 x x x x 225 x x x x x 226 x x x x x 231 x x x x 232 x x x x 234 x x x x x 241 x x 244 x x x 271 x x 283 x x x x x x x x x x x 331 x x x x 332 x x x x x 336 x x x x x x x 361 x x 363 x x x x x x 365 x x 371 x 2

3 Mappings Courses to SOs cont Course a b c d e f g h i j k 375 x x 376 x 381 x x 385 x x x 386 x x x 390 x 410 x x x x x 425 x x 431 x x x x x x x 433 x x 434 x x x x x 435 x x 436 x 441 x x x x x 442 x x x x x 443 x x x x 445 x x x x x x x 446 x x x x x x 448 x x x x x x x x 478 x x 480 x 484 x x 488 x x x 492 x x 493 x x x x x x x 494 x x x x x x x x x 3

4 Construction Engineering Computer Engineering Rubrics for Assessing Student Outcomes Rubric AB for assessing Student Outcomes [a] and [b]: a. An ability to select and apply the knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern tools of the discipline to broadly-defined engineering technology activities; b. An ability to select and apply a knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering, and technology to engineering technology problems that require the application of principles and applied procedures or methodologies; 1. an ability to select and apply knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools to broadly defined technology activities; involving, for example, electronic devices, microprocessors, power electronics, microprocessors, etc. solve typical problems in computer Student identifies typical problems, but struggles to identify and select proper tools to solve problems. Student correctly identifies typical problems, selects and applies basic scientific and mathematical tools, but makes minor mistakes during the process. Student establishes a clear pattern of correctly identifying, selecting and applying the necessary knowledge, techniques, and skills required to solve relevant problems in computer engineering 1. an ability to select and apply knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools to broadly defined construction technology activities; involving, for example, construction materials and methods, and analysis of simple beams and trusses, etc. identify proper materials and methods, and/or solve typical problems in construction Student identifies typical problems, but struggles to identify and select proper tools to solve problems. Student correctly identifies typical problems, selects and applies basic scientific and mathematical tools, but makes minor mistakes during the process. Student establishes a clear pattern of correctly identifying, selecting and applying the necessary knowledge, techniques, and skills required to solve relevant problems in construction engineering CET are 4

5 Mechanical Engineering Industrial Engineering Energy Engineering 1. an ability to select and apply knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools to broadly defined energy technology activities; involving, for example, energy generating and energy consuming devices. identify proper materials and methods, and/or solve typical problems in energy engineering Student identifies typical problems, but struggles to identify and select proper tools to solve problems. Student correctly identifies typical problems, selects and applies basic scientific and mathematical tools, but makes minor mistakes during the process. Student establishes a clear pattern of correctly identifying, selecting and applying the necessary knowledge, techniques, and skills required to solve relevant problems in energy engineering EET are 1. an ability to select and apply knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools to broadly defined industrial technology activities; such as manufacturing processes and systems, and management of technical organizations. identify proper materials and methods, and/or solve typical problems in industrial engineering. Student identifies typical problems, but struggles to identify and select proper tools to solve problems. Student correctly identifies typical problems, selects and applies basic scientific and mathematical tools, but makes minor mistakes during the process. Student establishes a clear pattern of correctly identifying, selecting and applying the necessary knowledge, techniques, and skills required to solve relevant problems in industrial engineering IET are 1. an ability to select and apply knowledge, techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools to broadly defined mechanical engineering technology activities; for example, the principles of solid and fluid mechanics, machine design, thermodynamics, and heat transfer. identify proper materials and methods, and/or solve typical problems in mechanical engineering Student identifies typical problems, but struggles to identify and select proper tools to solve problems. Student correctly identifies typical problems, selects and applies basic scientific and mathematical tools, but makes minor mistakes during the process. Student establishes a clear pattern of correctly identifying, selecting and applying the necessary knowledge, techniques, and skills required to solve relevant problems in mechanical engineering MET are 5

6 Energy Engineering Construction Engineering Computer Engineering Rubric C for assessing Student Outcomes [c]: c. An ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; to conduct, analyze, and interpret experiments; and to apply experimental results to improve processes; 2. an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; conduct, experiments, and apply results to improve processes; for example, electrical measurements, electrical wiring codes and specifications, etc. follow correct experimental procedures, or make proper measurements, or results, or apply results to improve standard procedures and experimental conditions of tests, but displays difficulty in analyzing and interpreting data, and/or using results to improve standard procedures and measurements, conducts experiments correctly, and analyzes and interprets data correctly most of the time, but occasionally fails to do so. pattern of understanding procedures and tests, analyzes and interprets data confidently, and uses results obtained to improve technological 2. an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; conduct, experiments, and apply results to improve processes; for example, supervised field practice in the layout of construction projects, etc. 2. an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; conduct, experiments, and apply results to improve processes; for example, material properties testing and measurement, and the limitations and failures of engineering materials in the energy industry, etc. follow correct experimental procedures, or make proper measurements, or results, or apply results to improve follow correct experimental procedures, or make proper measurements, or results, or apply results to improve standard procedures and experimental conditions of tests, but displays difficulty in analyzing and interpreting data, and/or using results to improve standard procedures and experimental conditions of tests, but displays difficulty in analyzing and interpreting data, and/or using results to improve standard procedures and measurements, conducts experiments correctly, and analyzes and interprets data correctly most of the time, but occasionally commits minor errors in the process. standard procedures and measurements, conducts experiments correctly, and analyzes and interprets data correctly most of the time, but occasionally commits minor errors in the process. pattern of understanding procedures and tests, analyzes and interprets data confidently, and uses results obtained to improve technological pattern of understanding procedures and tests, analyzes and interprets data confidently, and uses results obtained to improve processes involving energy CET are EET are 6

7 Computer Engineering Mechanical Engineering Industrial Engineering 2. an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; conduct, experiments, and apply results to improve processes; for example, the properties testing and characterization of industrial materials. 2. an ability to conduct standard tests and measurements; conduct, experiments, and apply results to improve processes; for example, advanced analyses of engineering materials. follow correct experimental procedures, or make proper measurements, or results, or apply results to improve follow correct experimental procedures, or make proper measurements, or results, or apply results to improve standard procedures and experimental conditions of tests, but displays difficulty in analyzing and interpreting data, and/or using results to improve standard procedures and experimental conditions of tests, but displays difficulty in analyzing and interpreting data, and/or using results to improve standard procedures and measurements, conducts experiments correctly, and analyzes and interprets data correctly most of the time, but occasionally commits minor errors in the process. standard procedures and measurements, conducts experiments correctly, and analyzes and interprets data correctly most of the time, but occasionally commits minor errors in the process. pattern of understanding procedures and tests, analyzes and interprets data confidently, and uses results obtained to improve industrial technology pattern of understanding procedures and tests, analyzes and interprets data confidently, and uses results obtained to improve processes involving mechanical engineering IET are MET are Rubric D for assessing Student Outcomes [d]: d. An ability to design systems, components, or processes for broadly-defined engineering technology problems appropriate to program educational objectives; 3. an ability to design systems, components, and processes for broadly defined problems appropriate to computer engineering technology, such as microcomputer based systems design, and control systems analysis and design. understand the design process, or properly identify components and processes typical in computer engineering the concept of designing systems, components, and/or processes to a limited extent, and strives to achieve a firmer grasp of the subject matter. an ability to design systems, components and/or processes relevant in computer engineering technology, but occasionally commits mistakes that display a lack of clarity in understanding. and consistent knowledge of the design process, whether of systems, components, or processes in computer engineering 7

8 Mechanical Engineering Industrial Engineering Energy Engineering Construction Engineering 3. an ability to design systems, components, and processes for broadly defined problems appropriate to construction engineering technology, for example, the design and analysis of steel structures. 3. an ability to design systems, components, and processes for broadly defined problems appropriate to energy engineering technology, for example, the design and analysis of energy conversion devices. understand the design process, or properly identify components and processes typical in construction engineering understand the design process, or properly identify components and processes typical in construction engineering the concept of designing systems, components, and/or processes to a limited extent, and strives to achieve a firmer grasp of the subject matter. the concept of designing systems, components, and/or processes to a limited extent, and strives to achieve a firmer grasp of the subject matter. an ability to design systems and components typical in construction engineering, but occasionally commits minor mistakes. an ability to design systems and components typical in energy technology, but occasionally commits minor mistakes. and consistent knowledge of the design materials and processes used in construction and consistent knowledge of the materials and processes used in energy CET are EET are 3. an ability to design systems, components, and processes for broadly defined problems appropriate to industrial engineering technology, for example, the design and application of various auto identification technologies. understand the design process, or properly identify components and processes typical in industrial engineering the concept of designing systems, components, and/or processes to a limited extent, and strives to achieve a firmer grasp of the subject matter. an ability to design systems and components typical in industrial engineering, but occasionally commits minor mistakes. and consistent knowledge of the materials and processes used in industrial engineering IET are 3. an ability to design systems, components, and processes for broadly defined problems appropriate to mechanical engineering technology, such as the design and analysis of machine elements and mechanisms. understand the design process, or properly identify components and processes typical in mechanical engineering the concept of designing systems, components, and/or processes to a limited extent, and strives to achieve a firmer grasp of the subject matter. an ability to design systems and components typical in mechanical engineering technology, but occasionally commits minor mistakes. and consistent knowledge of the materials and processes used in mechanical engineering MET are 8

9 ALL Concentrations ALL Concentrations Rubric E for assessing Student Outcomes [e]: e. An ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team; function effectively as a member of a technical team Student functions as part of a technical team, but has difficulty in demonstrating effectiveness. Student functions effectively as member of a technical team, but occasionally fails to maintain effectiveness. a consistent pattern of effectiveness as part of a technical team. function effectively as a member of a technical team Rubric F for assessing Student Outcomes [f]: f. An ability to identify, analyze, and solve broadly-defined engineering technology problems; 1. Students demonstrate an ability to identify, analyze, and solve broadly-defined engineering technology problems. identify, analyze, and solve broadly-defined engineering technology problems Student identifies typical problems, but struggles to identify and select proper tools to solve problems. Student correctly identifies typical problems, selects and applies basic tools, but makes minor mistakes during the process. Student establishes a clear pattern of correctly identifying, selecting and applying the necessary knowledge, techniques, and skills required to solve relevant problems. 9

10 ALL Concentrations ALL Concentrations Rubric G for assessing Student Outcomes [g]: g. An ability to function effectively as a member or leader on a technical team; 1. ability to effectively and clearly express thoughts in written and oral presentations. effectively and clearly express thoughts in written and oral communications. Student expresses thoughts orally and/or in writing, but fails to make an effective presentation. Student expresses thoughts orally and in writing, but not in a consistently effective manner. a consistent pattern of communicating effectively in both writing and speech. Rubric H for assessing Student Outcomes [h]: h. An understanding of the need for and an ability to engage in self-directed continuing professional development; 1. Students are encouraged to become members of professional societies in their respective areas. Examples of relevant professional societies are American Society for Materials, Society of Women Engineers, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, among several others. show any interest in joining and participating in any professional society activities. Student displays interest in joining one or more professional societies, and possibly participates in activities on campus, but eventually does not become a member and execute member responsibilities. Student becomes a member of a professional society and participates in society activities. Student becomes a member of one or more professional bodies, and actively participates in activities on a regular basis. 10

11 ALL Concentrations ALL Concentrations Rubric I for assessing Student Outcomes [i]: i. An understanding of and a commitment to address professional and ethical responsibilities including a respect for diversity; 1. ability to address professional and ethical responsibilities, including a respect for diversity. meet basic requirements of professionalism and ethical behavior. Student strives to meet professional and ethical responsibilities. Student meets the standards of professional and ethical behavior, but occasionally falls short. a consistent pattern of behavior demonstrating superior professional and ethical behavior. Rubric J for assessing Student Outcomes [j]: j. A knowledge of the impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal and global context; Student will demonstrate knowledge of the impact of engineering technology solutions in a societal and global context demonstrate either knowledge of standard engineering technology solutions knowledge of engineering technology solutions but cannot link them to either societal or global contexts knowledge of engineering technology solutions but can only link them to either societal or global contexts, but not both knowledge of engineering technology solutions and can link them to both societal and global contexts 11

12 ALL Concentrations Rubric K for assessing Student Outcomes [k]: k. A commitment to quality, timeliness, and continuous improvement. Student will demonstrate a commitment to quality of work and timeliness. demonstrate either quality of work or timeliness or both. Student strives to deliver quality and maintain timeliness in professional activities, but has difficulty. Student displays the standard commitment to quality and timeliness, but is occasionally late or delivers less than acceptable work. a steady and consistent pattern of quality and timeliness. 12

13 Sample Data Collection Table TEMPLATE When a Student Outcome is being assessment, the following data table must be populated with the details, findings, and use of results. Course: Semester: Number of Students: Number of Students who satisfied Rubric: Rubric Used: Student Outcome Methods of Assessment copy/paste example questions, assignments, etc in this table Findings and Detailed Performance Use of Results: 13

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