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. 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
Lead efforts in providing effective and
innovative IE solutions to complex and multidisciplinary problems within their
organizations and communities.
Contribute to advancing their organizations
through leadership, teamwork, productive participation, and professional
Establish successful IE careers, and be
entrepreneurs, with a firm understanding and practice of professional ethics
and social responsibility.
Continue advancing their careers and be IE
leaders through lifelong learning, keeping track with cutting edge and
state-of-the-art technologies, and acquiring new skills necessary for their
continual professional growth.
Professionally engage in addressing contemporary
issues related to their practice, their organizations, and their societies.
Contribute to advancing the IE profession, if
they so desire, through pursuing post-graduate studies, engaging in and
conducting IE scientific research.
Courses Mapping with ABET Outcomes
The program objectives are mapped with ABET ojectives and expected IE outcomes, as in the below figure.