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Program Educational Objectives and Outcomes - CMET

Computer Engineering Technology




Educational Objectives


The Computer Engineering Technology program shares a number of commonality with Electronics Engineering Technology; and their objectives are quite similar. However, the educational program objectives that are relatively unique to the Computer Engineering Technology program are:


1. To provide students with better understanding of Computer Engineering Technology with state-of-the-art microcomputer systems.

2. To provide our students with computer and software skills that will enable them to solve scientific and engineering technology problems.

3. To equip our students with knowledge of design structures and buildings.

4. To equip our students with the knowledge of design, installation, configure, network, of microcomputer systems.

5. To provide our students with a solid foundation in mathematics, basic sciences, and electronics engineering technology.

6. To provide our students with a thorough understanding of digital circuits, microcomputer architecture and systems.

7. To educate our students on ethics and professional responsibilities required in the field of electronics engineering technology (in ENGT 333 class).

8. To encourage our students to participate in professional societies, such as IEEE, NSBE, Tau alpha pi, and NTA.

9. To educate our students on how to conduct professional activities and be able to demonstrate a thorough sense of social, cultural diversity and environmental responsibility.


Program Outcomes


The following learning outcomes apply to the Computer Engineering Technology Program.:


Learning Outcome 1: The ability to identify, formulate, and solve computer system-related technical problems through the design and implementation of experiments, gathering of data, and the analysis and interpretation of data.

Learning Outcome 2: The ability to apply the fundamentals of electronics and computer hardware and software and significantly contribute to his/her area of expertise.

Learning Outcome 3: The ability to specify, design, build, analyze, and validate a practical system to meet a set of desired goals within the context of a broader application.

Learning Outcome 4: A working knowledge of the hardware and software design process including an understanding of recent advances, current practices, and trends in computer systems.

Learning Outcome 5: Preparation for graduate-level and specialist studies in computer engineering technology, electrical engineering technology, or computer science by acquiring an in-depth knowledge in the topical areas of these studies.

Learning Outcome 6: The skills to effectively communicate technical materials.

Learning Outcome 7: The ability to function as a member of a team.

Learning Outcome 8: The ability to recognize the need for and be capable of engaging in lifelong learning

Learning Outcome 9: A broad education in the humanities and social sciences in order to gain an understanding of contemporary issues, have a respect for diversity, and be able to recognize the interrelationships between technology and society.

Learning Outcome 10: The ability to understand the ethical and professional responsibilities of an engineering technology practitioner.