Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
In compliance with the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET), the Industrial Engineering Department has developed and maintained a set of Program Educational Objectives and a set of Student Outcomes. The objectives and outcomes were reviewed and modified into its current format since 2006. The review process employed feedback attained through surveys of students, alumni and employers to assure the quality of our program and graduates. Following accreditation, subsequent surveys illustrated that the stated objectives describe professional abilities and achievements of IE graduates that are consistent with employers' needs and expectations. The most recent version of the educational objective list of the department was approved by the ABET committee. Department objectives are to produce graduates who have the ability to
Identify, model, analyze and solve problems in application areas including manufacturing, quality, safety and ergonomics, service industries, and product design and development.
Demonstrate essential skills for effective oral and written communication and team-work.
Function effectively in industry and society with a firm understanding of professional ethics and social responsibility.
Appreciate and acquire skills for lifelong learning and continual professional growth.
Identify contemporary issues and propose a plan of action to tackle them.
Pursue research and advanced studies.
Courses Mapping with ABET Outcomes
The program objectives are mapped with ABET ojectives and expected IE outcomes, as in the below figure. (Meaning of a, b, ...l objectives are shown in the ABET tab)