Students will demonstrate effective interpretation of graphical data.
Students will exhibit critical and creative thinking skills for analysis and evaluation of problems and cause-effect relationships.
Students will be able to make order of magnitude estimates, assess reasonableness of solutions, and select appropriate levels of solution sophistication.
Students will pass the HAZCOM test.
Students will be dedicated to safe engineering practices; demonstrate knowledge of pertinent safety laws and regulations; understand and have a basic knowledge of how safety considerations are incorporated into engineering problem solving.
Students will be dedicated to environmentally responsible engineering; demonstrate knowledge of pertinent environmental laws and regulations; understand and have a basic knowledge of how environmental considerations, including green engineering strategies, are incorporated into engineering problem solving.
Students will understand the impact of engineering solutions, including environmental and economic impacts, in a global context (across cultures and societies) AND in a societal context (within a society).
Students will understand teamwork principles including: recognition of team members' strengths and weaknesses; importance of effective communication skills; recognition of unique contributions of team members; and the need to facilitate team members' development.
Students will demonstrate experience working together in teams.
Students will understand safety constraints and be able to use hazard evaluation tools (e.g., HAZOP, fault-tree).
Students will understand and commit to practice gospel standards as a basis for sound ethical behavior.
Students will understand and commit to practice the AIChE code and other professional codes of ethics.
Students will incorporate an engineering and a gospel-centered problem solving approach to the resolution of ethical dilemmas.
Students will develop a sense of professional community with students by working in teams.
Students will understand and strive to develop the qualities of a good leader whose public and private lives are consistent.
Students will demonstrate effective reading of technical material.