Program Outcomes of Surveying and Geomatics Engineering
Program outcomes focus on those abilities that are measurable at the successful end of a student’s academic program in surveying and geomatics engineering at this department. Performance skills, abilities, and special importance are given throughout the 4-year undergraduate program in order to prepare students to be successful engineers and to meet the department’s program outcomes,
- Graduates have the proficiency in and the ability to apply the principles of engineering knowledge, mathematics, and science in the analysis of surveying and geomatics engineering and related fields.
- Graduates have the ability to acquire in-depth technical ability in surveying and geomatics engineering
- Graduates have the ability to identify and solve surveying and geomatics engineering problems
- Graduates have the ability to design systems, components or processes to meet the needs and demands of the profession
- Graduates have the ability to function effectively both as individuals and in a group in the capacity of a leader or a team member
- Graduates have the ability to consider social, economic, technological, and environmental aspects to solve problems professionally and logically
- Graduates have the ability to communicate effectively in carrying and spreading widely the knowledge.
- Graduates have the ability to use the techniques, skills and appropriate engineering methods and tools necessary for supportable development
- Graduates can demonstrate an awareness of the need to stay side by side with the latest knowledge and understand present issues in surveying and geomatics engineering
- Graduates have the potential to continue the professional development and advancement through life-long learning.