Programme Learning Outcomes

Programme Learning Outcomes of BEng(EngSc) Major in Computing & Data Analytics

Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to:

  1. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to use the techniques, skills, modern engineering tools as well as inter-disciplinary knowledge and skills necessary for engineering practice
  2. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to recognize the need for, and to engage in life-long learning.
  3. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to critically analyze major changes in technology and their application to engineering issues.
  4. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to exercise critical decision making in defining solutions, and an understanding of the design process within engineering.
  5. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to design and conduct engineering experiments and to critically analyze and interpret data from those experiments.
  6. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to work on unfamiliar problems and to deal with unfamiliar situations by applying engineering and inter-disciplinary knowledge.
  7. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
  8. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to understand personal strengths and weaknesses.
  9. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to respond sensitively to the needs and preferences of others.
  10. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to engage in self-reflection on their own professional practice as engineers.
  11. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to communicate with people with diverse cultural backgrounds.
  12. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to appreciate and respect cultural diversity in professional practice.
  13. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to demonstrate an awareness of professional and personal responsibility in relation to local and global concerns.
  14. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to function effectively in teams as well as independently.
  15. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to build positive working relationships with members from multidisciplinary teams.
  16. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to communicate effectively, interact and negotiate with people confidently and appropriately in all communicative settings.
  17. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to present and interpret data and other scientific information using graphs, tables, figures and symbols to scientific and non-scientific audiences.
  18. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to take into account the social impact of technology when designing a system, component, or process.
  19. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global and societal context, especially the importance of health, safety and environmental considerations to both workers and the general public.
  20. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to demonstrate a commitment to enacting high ethical standards within engineering practice.
  21. Upon successful completion of the curriculum, students should be able to show an awareness of engineering sustainability and the impact of engineering decisions within the broader economic, environmental and socio-cultural context.