A basic understanding of fundamental physical phenomena and governing principles.
The ability to develop and solve mathematical models of fundamental physical phenomena and apply them to predict the behavior of engineering systems.
Engineering Principles and Design
The ability to use engineering principles to design an innovative system, component, or process that meets human needs.
The expertise to plan and conduct an experimental program and evaluate the results.
The ability to use modern engineering tools and techniques in engineering practice.
An understanding of manufacturing processes and planning.
Effective oral and written communication skills.
Working with Others
The ability to work with and lead others to accomplish goals.
An appreciation of history, philosophy, literature, science, and the fine arts and how they influence the culture and behavior of societies.
Moral and Ethical Standards
Personal behavior demonstrating and practicing high moral and ethical standards.
The ability to practice engineering in a global environment.
Life-Long Learning and Service
A desire and commitment for lifelong learning and service.