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Undergraduate Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes of the Undergraduate Program in Industrial Engineering at TED University

  1. Engineering Knowledge: Knowledge of mathematics, science, basic engineering, computing, and knowledge specific to the Industrial Engineering discipline; ability to apply this knowledge in solving complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem Analysis: Ability to identify, formulate, and analyze complex engineering problems using fundamental knowledge of science, mathematics, and engineering, and considering the UN Sustainable Development Goals relevant to the problem at hand.
  3. Engineering Design: Ability to design creative solutions to complex engineering problems; ability to design complex systems, processes, devices, or products to meet current and future requirements within realistic constraints and conditions. 
  4. Use of Techniques and Tools: Ability to select and use appropriate techniques, including estimation and modeling, resources, and modern engineering and information technology tools for the analysis and solution of complex engineering problems, while recognizing their limitations. 
  5. Research and Investigation: Ability to use research methods, including literature search, designing and conducting experiments, collecting data, analyzing and interpreting results, to investigate complex engineering problems. 
  6. Global Impact of Engineering Practices: Knowledge of the impact of engineering practices on society, health and safety, economy, sustainability, and environment in the context of the UN Sustainable Development Goals; awareness of the legal implications of engineering solutions. 
  7. Ethical Behavior: Acting by the principles of the engineering profession, knowledge about ethical responsibility; awareness of acting impartially, without discrimination in any matter, and being inclusive of diversity. 
  8. Individual and Team Work: Ability to work effectively as an individual and as a team member or leader in disciplinary and multidisciplinary teams (face-to-face, distance, or hybrid). 
  9. Oral and Written Communication: The ability to communicate effectively on technical issues orally and in writing, taking into account various differences of the target audience (such as education, language, and profession). 
  10. Project Management: Knowledge of business practices such as project management and economic feasibility analysis; awareness of entrepreneurship and innovation. 
  11. Lifelong Learning: The ability to learn independently and continuously, to adapt to new and emerging technologies, and to think questioningly about technological changes. 

Program Outcomes

Students graduating from TEDU Industrial Engineering Department will

  1. Comprehend concepts of mathematics and basic sciences
  2. Be able to apply concepts of engineering
  3. Be able to design and conduct experiments
  4. Be able to analyze and interpret data
  5. Be able to design and/or improve a system, component, or process effectively by applying notions of optimality to meet desired needs
  6. Function in interdisciplinary teams through good working habits, time management, and self-regulation
  7. Be able to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems and design alternatives
  8. Demonstrate professional and ethical responsibility
  9. Use an advanced level of English in interpersonal communication and self-development
  10. Demonstrate effective written and oral communication skills
  11. Be able to express a creative thought on and critical assessment of events and ideas to shape their professional practice in a global/societal context
  12. Recognize the need for, and have an ability to engage in life-long learning
  13. Be able to interpret contemporary issues
  14. Use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice
  15. Recognize and appreciate different cultures and respect individual and cultural differences