Student Outcomes - SAC

Bachelor of Science in Industrial Engineering

Student Learning Outcomes:
  1. Ability to analyze processes and systems

    Outcome TypeContent/Discipline Knowledge & Skills

    Define Outcome:
    Upon completion of the course of instruction, the student will be able to analyze processes and systems with the express purpose of predicting productivity, quality, safety and associated costs. Examples of the types of processes and systems that students are expected to be able to analyze include: the design and analysis of a process to schedule service calls around customer availability, the design and analysis of an automated system for foundry operations.

  2. Math, science and engineering knowledge

    Outcome TypeCommunication Skills

    Define Outcome:
    Upon completion of the course of instruction, the student will be able to compose an effective oral and written presentation for the Senior Design Project.

  3. Ability to communicate effectively

    Outcome TypeCritical Thinking Skills

    Define Outcome:
    Upon completion of the course of instruction, the student will be able to perform effectively on a multidisciplinary team.

  4. Function effectively on multidisciplinary teams

    Outcome TypeCritical Thinking Skills

    Define Outcome:
    Upon completion of the course of instruction, the student will be able to design and conduct an experiment and analyze the results.

  5. Ability to design and conduct experiments

    Outcome TypeContent/Discipline Knowledge & Skills

    Define Outcome:
    Upon completion of the course of instruction, the student will be able to design or redesign products, processes and systems with the express purpose of improving or sustaining productivity, quality, safety and other desired needs.

  6. Design or redesign products, processes and systems

    Outcome TypeContent/Discipline Knowledge & Skills

    Define Outcome:
    Upon completion of the course of instruction, the student will be able to apply modern industrial engineering tools to integrate information, people and facilities with the express purpose of predicting productivity, quality, safety and associated costs.

  7. Apply modern industrial engineering tools

    Outcome TypeContent/Discipline Knowledge & Skills

    Define Outcome:
    Upon completion of the course of instruction, the student will be able to apply modern industrial engineering tools to integrate information, people and facilities with the express purpose of predicting productivity, quality, safety and associated costs.