Electrical Engineering Technology Program Outcomes
To effectively prepare the next generation of Electronics Engineering Technologists, the department faculty used input from various constituencies along with ABET’s TAC Criterion 2 to develop the following Program Outcomes for NMU’s EET program.
- Students will be proficient in circuit analysis techniques for design and troubleshooting electronics, including theory, software applications, acquisition tools, and use of basic electronic measurement/testing equipment.
- Students will apply basic math, science, and communication skills to engineering applications, while adapting to rapidly changing technology.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to enhance a system or process by evaluating experimental data results.
- Students will apply knowledge and analytic skills to effectively identify and analyze engineering problems from multiple perspectives, assess proposed solution viability, and anticipate overall impact of proposed resolutions.
- Students will demonstrate leadership and solidarity in a team environment.
- Students will exhibit the ability to identify, analyze and solve technical electrical or computer challenges.
- Students will demonstrate the ability to effectively communicate to multiple audiences through a variety of venues, including verbal, written, graphical, and kinesthetic modes.
- Students will recognize multiple opportunities to engage in lifelong learning.
- Students will understand the ethical and professional responsibilities in the engineering field.
- Students will establish a respect for and an understanding of diversity.
- Students will focus on high-quality work, timeliness, and continuous improvement.
- Student will determine proper application of analog and digital circuit analysis and design, computer programming, and use of appropriate software in building, testing, operation, and maintenance of electrical systems
- Student will demonstrate effective application of project management techniques to electrical systems.
- Student will utilize advanced mathematics (Calculus) and science (Chemistry and Physics) to analyze complex systems and solve problems involving electrical/electronic engineering technology.