Ability to define, understand, and participate in team decision making processes.
Ability to produce and maintain the necessary control documents on a design team.
Ability to establish and follow ground rules governing team behavior.
Ability to give an oral presentation describing a technical design.
Ability to understand the expectations from other members on a team.
Ability to assign and accept leadership responsibilities on a team.
Ability to understand the different skill sets each team member brings to a team.
Ability to understand the expectations (regarding participation) of each team member.
Ability to complete a significant culminating design that draws upon the knowledge gained in prerequisite courses.
Ability to give an oral presentation describing team progress during a design review.
An understanding of the principles of leadership and project management.
Ability to produce a written report describing a technical design.
Ability to take high level, customer requirements, identify from them the specifications a solution must meet, and formulate those specifications as an engineering problem.
Ability to maintain a team portfolio documenting the design process.
Ability to read, interpret, and use published design standards as a part of the design process.